Warren H. Elkins
March 21, 1932 – August 6, 2019
Warren Hobart Elkins, 87 of Jacksonville, Florida went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, August 6, 2019. He was born in Myra, Kentucky on March 21, 1932. He served in the Korean War.
He moved his family from Kentucky to Jacksonville Beach, Florida in 1954. He began his career with Phillips Floor Company and eventually opened his own company, Crown Floor Covering.
He is survived by his beloved wife of 65 years, Lou Elkins, daughters, Paula Millar (Frank) and Anita Allen (Michael). He has 5 grandchildren, Sean Millar (Jennie), Andrew Millar (Simona), Sarah Millar (Michael), Brett Allen (Jess) and Kaitlin Feathers (Josh). He has 5 great-grandchildren, Alexa and Aria Millar, Martin and Anna Millar and Ezra Feathers.
In lieu of flowers please donate to either Alzheimer’s Association of Jacksonville or Hospice of Jacksonville.
- Community Hospice & Palliative Care of Northeast Florida
4237 Salisbury Rd. #406 , Jacksonville, Florida 32216
- Visitation Monday, August 12, 2019
- Funeral Service Monday, August 12, 2019
- Committal Service Monday, August 12, 2019
Warren H. Elkins
August 20, 2019
MEMORIES OF A CLASSMATE OF 1951.. DORTON HIGH SCHOOL,, DORTON KY.. ALWAYS QUITE AND ALWAYS NICE TO HIS CLASSMATES,,, MEMORIES ALWAYS.. KATHRYN THOMAS,, NORMA BEVERLY DAVIS,, BEA HOLIFIED NEWSOM,, JUST SOME OF US...
August 10, 2019
Wonderful memories. He was such a Godly, humble, loving man. Always had a smile, always bragged on moms cornbread. We may not have seen each other as much as I would have liked, but you are loved and remembered uncle warren. Prayers for Aunt Lou and family. We love you ❤️❤️
August 8, 2019
This is so hard. This man was an amazing Godly man, husband, father, grandfather., great grandpa. He was more than a Uncle. He was a father to me. He thought me so much over the years. When I just needed to talk he was there. We would read the Bible and talk bible. Go to church together. We would meet at different places over the yrs. we loved going to antique shops, we hike in the mountains.
He thought me how to refinish furniture. That was one of his favorite things to do. This man will be missed greatly. love you Uncle Warren. Keep Aunt Lou and the girls in your prayers. The next few months won’t be easy. Always in our hearts💕