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Date of Death: May 21, 2021
In Loving Memory of
June 4, 2021
9:00 am
Tranquility Methodist Church, Tragarete Road, Port of Spain

We are sad to announce the passing of Emile Winston Warner. He is lovingly remembered as the Husband of Vera E. Warner (nee Theobalds). Father of Sandra and Julia. Father -in-law of Calvin Merrin and Richard Etienne. Grandfather of Kofi Emile. Brother of Errington (d), Lance Oswald (d), and Neville (d). Brother-in-law of Margot Warner, Dr. Norma Degoumois, Vaughan(d), Justice Neville(d) and Thomas Theobalds (d). Cousin of Eunice (d) and Camilla Warner, Allison, Yvonne and Yvette Roberts and Ynolde Greaves, Ilan Toby (d), Clarence Toby (d), Dr. Gordon Toby (d), Minella Eze (d), Louise Sprang (d), Nita Fonrose (d) and Richard Toby (d), Rhona Stephenson and Ira Kitson. Uncle of Barbara, Elvin (d), Maria, Gail, Lance, Patricia and Catherine. Great-uncle of Leigh, Jean-Pierre, Ellen and Gabrielle. Relative of the Warner, Roberts, and Toby families. Friend of many including Dr. & Mrs Bob Singh (both dec), Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Traboulay (both dec), June (d) and Jason Ottley, Robert and Greta Yorke (both dec), Esmond and Marian Ramesar (both dec), Michael (d) and Carmen Redhead, Dr. Edward Commissiong (d), Dr. Emru Millette (d), Michael J. Williams, Eugene and Joy Moore (both dec), Michael (d) and Margaret Cipriani, Walter (d) and Ethelwyn Celestain, Dr. Michael Alleyne (d), Ken and Ruth Evelyn (both dec), Neil Wilson(d), Colin Taylor (d) and the Taylor Hall Crew from Mona.

Funeral Service at 9:00 a.m. on Friday 4th June, 2021at Tranquility Methodist Church, Tragarete Road, Port of Spain followed by Private Cremation.

The Service will be streamed live on Clark and Battoo YouTube Channel.

The following video link will be live on the ‘Funeral Date & Time’. After which it can still be viewed as a recording.

Funeral Video

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Ivy Hitlal-Bengochea

It is with deep sorrow I express my condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Warner. I cannot begin to imagine how you all must feel but, I can refer you to a Scripture that would help especially in these times. Revelation 21:4 reads, And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be any more. The former things have passed away. So we do have the hope of seeing our loved ones again. The Bible also refers to a time when those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out. (John 5:28,29) What a glorious time that will be? Meanwhile, please continue to pray to God regularly, take comfort from the scriptures, as we read at 2CORINTHIAN 1:3,4,

Gracelyn Connor

Sincere condolences to the family of Emile Warner from the family of Gracelyn Connor née Goddard.
May he rest in Peace. God bless you all.

Joy Ackbarali Seeram

Dear Mrs. Warner:
Lydia, Lillibeth and Joy Ackbarali were saddened to read the death announcement of Mr. Warner. We send you, Sandra and Julia our heartfelt condolences.
Lillibeth remembers you as one of her well-loved and respected teachers and was always very excited to meet you.
When Lydia and I joined the SAGHS staff as junior members we admired your gentle and warm disposition. In later years that would help us define the kind of family and professional woman we would find worthy of emulation.
Our prayers will be with you and Sandra and Julia.
Joy Ackbarali Seeram