Person:Robert Warn (2)

Robert Bruce Warn, Jr.
m. 18 Jun 1912
  1. Margaret Louise Warn1916 - 1957
  2. Robert Bruce Warn, Jr.1919 - 1998
m. 18 Feb 1950
Facts and Events
Name Robert Bruce Warn, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth? 11 May 1919 Raywood, Pocahontas, West Virginia
Marriage 18 Feb 1950 Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohioto Priscilla Gould Roos
Death? 3 Dec 1998 Daytona Beach, Volusia, Florida

Robert can be found in the following census:

1920 Dunmore, Pocahontas, WVA Federal Census 1930 Hyde Park, Hillsborough, FL Federal Census

MAY 1942 University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Military Service: BET 1942 AND 1945 U.S. Army Occupation: owned Medina Door Company, Medina Ohio Religion: Brought up Presbyterian; switched to Episcopalian Event: Enlistment 11 SEP 1942 at Ft. Thomas Newport, Kentucky Note: Robert B. Warn, Jr. enlisted in the U.S. Army on September 11, 1942 at Ft. Thomas Newport, Kentucky. He was a resident of Hamilton Co.Ohio (Cincinnati). Born 1919 in West Virginia. Education: 4 years of college. Occupation: purchasing agent or buyer. Single. Height: 71 inches; weight, 140 lbs.

Obituary, Robert W. Warn, Jr. Cleveland Plain Dealer, Saturday, December 12, 1998
   "Robert Warn, Jr., 79, was owner of Medina Door Daytona Beach, FL--Robert B. Warn, Jr., was the owner and president of Medina Door Inc., in Medina from 1959 until he retired in 1983. He lived in Hudson for 34 years before moving to Florida in 1984. Mr. Warn, 79, died of complications from cancer Dec. 3 at his home in Daytona Beach. He was born in Raywood, W. Va., and grew up in Cincinnati. After graduating from the University of Cincinnati in 1942, he served with the Army in Italy and North Africa. Mr. Warn was a member of Christ Church Episcopal and Country Club of Hudson. His first wife, Priscilla R., died in 1971 and his stepdaughter, ..... died in 1986. Both had cancer. Mr. Warn is survived by..... Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. today at Christ Church Episcopal, 21 Aurora St., Hudson. Arrangements were handled by the Volusia County Cremation Society in Daytona Beach."