Earl Warrick

Born on September 15, 1934

Departed on January 21, 2021 and resided in Bellevue, TN

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Earl Warrick- Age 86, passed from this life on Thursday, January 21, 2021, at his residence.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Jennings (Jack) Audra Warrick and Ola Aline Warrick; his son, Forrest Wright.

 

He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Billie Warrick; brother, Ernie Warrick and sister, Joyce Warrick Raspberry (George); his children, Marty Warrick, Lisa  Brewer (David), Carman  Combs, William “Bill” Warrick, Kurt Warrick, and Doug Warrick (Kelly); grandchildren, Eva Combs Martin (Chris), Brittney Combs, Ashley Trusty, Joseph Warrick, Kaitlyn Warrick, Nathan Warrick, and Preston Warrick.

 

Earl was a loving, talented, and gentle man. He was a mechanic by day and a great musician by night. He never went a day with out telling a joke and sharing smiles and kisses with his wife of 52 years. You could often find Earl tapping his foot and drumming his fingers to a song stuck in his head. He could play any instrument placed in front of him, and often wrote songs for each of his children and grandchildren reflecting their personality. Earl welcomed friends and family into his home and always offered candy from his hidden stash or a popsicle.

 

A Celebration of his life will be on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at 12PM, at West Harpeth Funeral Home on Charlotte. Visitation with the family will be on Tuesday from 10AM until the service time at 12PM. Interment will follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens.

4 Comments to Mr. Earl Warrick

  1. Bill Thompson says:

    MY BROTHER WAS A GOOD MAN A VERY GOOD MECHANIC AND I KNOW HE LOVED HIS FAMILY I MET HIM WHEN HE WENT THROUGH BELLEVIEW LODGE I WILL MISS HIM AND I KNOW HIS FAMILY WILL RIP BROTHER

  2. Lou Stuart says:

    Sending my thoughts and prayers to all of the family. Mr. Warrick was a great man. I spent many happy times at his house growing up and have precious memories of listening to him and my Daddy play music together. I visited with him and Mrs. Billie not long before I moved to Virginia from Tennessee and I am so glad that I did. May he rest in peace. You’re never prepared to lose a spouse,father,grandfather,brother, or friend. I so wish that I could be there for the service but please know that I am there in heart and spirit. Much love to you all.

  3. Mike & Marie Smith says:

    We are so sorry to hear this. Billie, we lost touch with you and Earl but always considered you both friends and have fond memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  4. Joe Loftis says:

    We lost a star the day Earl Warrick died. He was not a selfish man nor greedy. Never passed a person in need. Would give his shirt off his back if a fellow needed and the last dollar he had to feed a hungry person. It was an honor to have know this man and what he stood for. If the word had only a drop of this mans integrity we would all love in Harmony as one. God Bless you Earl and God Bless your beautiful family. Joe Loftis

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