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Strate Funeral Home

505 10Th Street, Davenport, WA

OBITUARY

Floyd Edward Warwick

March 18, 1944November 10, 2019
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On November 10th, 2019, Floyd Edward Warwick, loving husband, father of 3 children, grandfather of 11 including one great grandchild, went to be with his Lord and Savior. He was 75 years old.

Floyd was born on March 18th, 1944 to Billie Rockford and Billie Elizabeth (Leigh) Warwick of Bluestem Washington. Floyd graduated from Davenport High School in 1962 and would join the the United States Air Force soon after. Floyd’s career took him from Davenport to Japan, to Greenland, The United States Air Force Academy and finally to the Survival School at Fairchild, where he would spend the last 7 of his 20-years in the Air Force. During his career Floyd attended night school and obtained two Associate Degrees. Floyd was known as being a great leader and morale builder and was highly esteemed by all that served with him. Master Sargeant Warwick retired from the Air Force in 1984. He found his way into Real Estate where he would spend several years with Turf Realty in Davenport, before starting his own real estate company Tomlinson Black West which operated out of the Warwick Building in downtown Davenport. Floyd with his beautiful wife Bonnie would purchase the Warwick building in the 1980’s, giving the building a much-needed brick face lift and the Warwick name, which has remained in place even when Floyd sold the building. Floyd enjoyed traveling with his wife, Bonnie, fishing with his grandkids and spending time with his family. He could be found in the garden or in his vineyard where he enjoyed wine making. Floyd found great comfort in his relationship with Christ and enjoyed sharing the word of God with those close to him. Floyd is preceded in death by his mother Billie Elizabeth (Leigh) Warwick, his father Billie Rockford Warwick, and his brother Billie Ray Warwick of Suncrest. Although Floyd was proud of his many accomplishments in the military and business, he was most proud of the family and the life that he had built. Floyd is survived by his loving wife Bonnie (Bensik) Warwick of 44 years. His son Clifton (Sabrina) Warwick of Lincoln, daughter Christine (Robert) Jenkins of Davenport and daughter Sara (Shawn) Mann of Florence Oregon. Floyd leaves behind ten grandchildren and one great grandchild. Becke Warwick, Floyd (Kasey) Warwick, Joshua Warwick, Blake Warwick, Brilee Sewall, Hannah Warwick, Cody Jenkins , Jacob Mann, Jackson Mann, Colton Jenkins and Great granddaughter Natasha Alexander. Floyd is also survived by his brother Jim Warwick of Oklahoma and brother Randy Warwick of Bluestem. Floyd leaves behind sisters Lou Lane of Odessa, Jo Thompson of Spokane, Ronda Warwick of Texas and Brenda Anderson of Kennewick. Floyd is survived by numerous cousins, and nieces and nephews. Floyd was interned with full military honors at Hillcrest cemetery in Harrington on Friday November 15th. This private event was attended by his immediate family. A public celebration of life was held on Sunday November 17th at the Harvest Celebration Church in Davenport.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Sunday, November 17, 2019

Memories

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Jon & Ginny Lamb

November 17, 2019

Many pleasant memories fishing with Floyd in the Gulf of Mexico. We both are very saddened to learn of his passing.

Janet Lee

November 17, 2019

Bonnie, Jimmy and I want to tell you how you both were loved. I am sorry for Floyd’s loss but I know he is in a better place with no pain. Floyd enjoyed his boat, fishing, his yard and most of all you Bonnie and his children. He was a kind and gentle man. You both were great neighbors in Pensacola.

Sue ColeySamek

November 16, 2019

Bonnie and family, our prayers are with you during this time of grief!! I know you all know you will see Floyd again and he will be free of all pain in the glorious presence of our Lord and Savior!!! Floyd was a dear man and I am sorry I did not stay connected through the years but will always remember him fondly!!! God Bless you all during the closing of this chapter!!! May God's holy love and Spirit hold you closely.

Cynthia Adams

November 15, 2019

Floyd always had a smile on his face and a sparkle in his eye! You could tell by his life that he was a fine fine upstanding man and he was adored by his family and he adored them!

Becke Warwick

November 15, 2019

This summer we picked grapes from grandma and grandpa's garden and that was the best time, to learn about the right grapes to pick, to sit around the kitChen table talking and laughing.
When I got my daughter, she finally met her great grandpa and that was the best, she would sit on his lap, play peek a boo with him, just sit there and look at him and smile.

Thank you papa for always being so amazing and loving, we will all miss you so much. We will take good care of grandma.
Love you papa.

Love Becke and Natasha

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