OBITUARY

Robert William Warlick

June 29, 1936November 7, 2018

Robert William Warlick passed away November 7, 2018. He was born June 6, 1936 to the late Robert Lewis Warlick and Chess Teague Warlick.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his 2nd wife of 35 years, Sarah Warlick; a brother, Gene Warlick and a sister, Mary Hawkins.

Robert was a member of 1st Baptist Church in Hickory, and he had also served the Army.

He is survived by his sons, Joseph Warlick and Tim Warlick; 1st wife of 14 years, Mary Jane Coffman; daughters, Lynne Smith, Beth Sollid, and Scottie Scripter; grandchildren, Ashley Davidson and husband Chris, Emily Rhodes and husband Matt, Zachary Sollid and AJ Sollid.

A memorial service will be held at Catawba Funeral Home at 2 pm with Reverend Dr. Don Gordon officiating on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 with burial following at Catawba Memorial Park with Military Honors.

A visitation from 12:30 – 1:45 pm prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project at PO Box 758517 Topeka, Kansas 66675-8517; or to the ASPCA Gift Processing Center at PO Box 96929 Washington, DC 20077-7127.

Condolences may be left at www.catawbamemorialpark.com.

The Warlick Family is under the care of Catawba Memorial Park, Funerals & Cremations.

  • DONATIONS

  • Wounded Warrior Project
  • ASPCA Gift Processing Center

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, November 13, 2018
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, November 13, 2018
REMEMBERING

Robert William Warlick

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Tom Scripter

November 9, 2018

As I've thought about Bob this week, I remember a lot about... well, food and nicknames!! I remember "Hoagie Bob" working away in the kitchen building custom mile-high hoagies for everyone. I also picture him frying up liver mush for breakfast, and I hold him responsible for my addiction to the same :) I remember Scottie and her sisters fondly calling him "Bob Ditty Bob." And just as if it were yesterday, I can clearly see him adoringly holding the new grand-babies as they each came along. There was also the caring man who without fail always checked our tires before we hit the highway. And slipped crisp bills in my hand for gas money or emergencies on the trip. I remember being jealous of his well tended and producing vegetable garden. And of course, my last memory was from maybe 10 years ago, I ran into him at the Lowe's in Hickory. Though we hadn't seen each other in years by then, we stood and chatted about the girls and other goings on for quite a nice while.

FROM THE FAMILY