James Marion Warner, Jr.

1933 ~ 2021


Sept. 11, 2021
2:00 PM
2224 S 200 W, Bountiful, UT 84010

JAMES MARION WARNER, JR, passed away at home on September 3, 2021. He was born October 10, 1933, to the late James Warner SR and Pearl Lillian Killian.

Jim was a student at West High School before joining the Air Force where he served for 4 years. After his service he met Andrea Harris and they married July 8, 1961, in Elko, Nevada. They were later sealed in the Salt Lake Temple and enjoyed 60 years of marriage. Together they served in the temple for a period of time which brought him great joy.

He was employed at Tooele Army Depot where he later retired, He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and was a great handy man that liked to fix anything he could. His biggest joy in life was spending time with his family.

He is survived by his wife Andrea and his six children Mike (Terri), Larry, James, Wayne (Tina), Kathy (Jim), Tommy and his many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Jim was an incredible husband, father, grandpa, uncle, and friend who will be greatly missed. Heaven gained another angel. Although his wings were ready our hearts were not.

Private family graveside services will be held at the Bountiful City Cemetery where James will be laid to rest.


I have sweet memories of Uncle Jim from my childhood. As I got older I enjoyed a friendship with him and his family when both of our children were young. I always admired his deep love and commitment to his wife and kids. They were always a top priority for him. He was a special person and he will be missed by many. Those of us who were fortunate enough to have him in our lives were blessed.

Sending heartfelt condolences to Andrea and their family. Praying for God's comfort and peace to surround each of you during this difficult time of great loss.

Shar and Gail

- Shar Hollingsworth

We are sorry for your loss.
Our thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family through this difficult time.
He will be missed.

- Joyce Harrison

Close family friends are welcome.

- Wayne Warner