McGilley State Line Chapel

12301 State Line Road, Kansas City, MO


Julie Warnock Crowther

January 20, 1960January 4, 2020
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Julie Warnock Crowther, 59, passed away January 4, 2020. Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Friday, January 10, at McGilley State Line Chapel, 12301 State Line Road, Kansas City, Missouri, 64145, where the Rosary will be prayed at 5 p.m. with visitation continuing after the Rosary until 8:00 p.m.

Julie Elaine Warnock was born January 20, 1960, in Kansas City, MO. She attended Sunset Hill School and Trinity University where she remained close with many of her childhood friends and classmates. She achieved many years in the Kansas City area as a successful business analyst and member of ABWA, supporting the enrichment of women in the workforce. She was an active member of American Sons & Daughters of Columbus and champion of the bocce court cheer squad.

Julie was preceded in death by her parents, Donald D. Warnock, Sr., Clara Marie Sirna Warnock and her great niece Kristen Nichole Wheeler, all of whom she cherished and loved dearly.

Survivors include her son, Travis Poole Crowther, his father Richard Crowther, her siblings Sherri Perkins, Barbara Bauer and Don Warnock, Jr. and wife Carolyn; loving nieces and nephews, cherished great nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews, godchildren, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

We wish to thank everyone for their kindness and support. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Travis Crowther in honor of celebrating his mother’s life.


  • Travis Crowther


  • Visitation Friday, January 10, 2020
  • Rosary Service with Eulogy Friday, January 10, 2020


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Aunt Susie (Warnock) Brown

January 10, 2020

My Dear Family,

It is next to impossible to put into words the sadness I am feeling. I hold dear all of the memories of times spent with the family. I wish I could be there with you during this heartbreaking time. I dearly love all of my nieces and nephews, even more than they know. I will never forget you Julie. You have been there to hold my hand during many difficult times. I will always be grateful for that unselfish love. You are so missed.


May God comfort you and heal your broken heart. You have been the absolute joy of your mother’s life! I love you always.

Lisa Foley Villarreal

January 8, 2020

I have known Julie for over 42 years, we met our freshman year at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. She was one of my closest friends. I loved her very much. She was so full of life. When we were together we laughed so much. Julie was a caring person with such a big heart. I have so many fond memories. I will miss her friendship. To Travis, I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved mother. You know how much she loved you. Prayers and hugs for the family. You will always be in my heart Julie!

Rose DeLisio

January 8, 2020

Julie was a lovely lady and will be sorely missed. I truly appreciated her friendship.
My prayers and thoughts are with Travis and the whole family.
God Bless.

Stephen Sirna

January 7, 2020

My Dearest Julie,
For the longest of time we hadn't seen each other , but i never stopped recalling all the wonderful laughs we shared with each other when we were innocent kids and a part of faithful and dedicated family. That family was our foundation for our life,surrounded by love,generosity and faith.
After finding you on Facebook and chatted on and off, I knew you were the same Julie I had come to know and care so much about, a big heart and a contagious smile.
Now you are being held in the arms of GOD AND FOREVER IN THE ETERNAL LIGHT . You were my cousin, my friend and a loved one.
May God bring you peace and joy reuniting with your parents.
Love Stephen Joseph Sirna

Don Warnock, Jr.

January 7, 2020

Dear Travis,
Aunt carolyn & I are so sorry to hear about your mom.
My sister Julie was a very big hearted person.
Over the course of our 59 years together
I saw her help many people.
My sister was an independent headstrong woman.
She faced down many adversities in her too short life.
Although we had not been close over the last few years
I loved her like I love all my sisters.
I remember her as that little girl with long brown hair.
I brushed her long hair & put it in a ponytail a million times.
I helped her when I could and she helped me many times.
I regret not going to see her or being able to say goodbye
and I love you.
We will keep you alive in our hearts and I will speak to you just like I speak to Mom & Dad and all that have gone before me to be with God.
I'm sorry I was not there for you when you needed me the most.
Love You Always
Donnie & Carolyn

Karen Schultz

January 7, 2020

To Travis, Sherri, Richard, Barbie, Don, all of Warnock and Crowther families,
I can’t express my condolences enough. Julie and I had many great times together. So much laughter and many memories back in our single days. We could always pick up where we left off. She was one of those dear friends that time and distance never changed. I know she will be truly missed. Hugs and prayers to you all.

Katie Durbin

January 7, 2020

I was blessed when my mother married into the Warnock Family. I gained a huge family for part of my life that I will always love and cherish. One of those amazing people brought into my life was Aunt Julie, a loving and caring person that will be missed.

Karen Craig

January 7, 2020

Julie was such fun. I met her at Bocce and I feel blessed to have known her.
Prayers for Travis and the entire family at this time of great sorrow.
Karen Craig

Donald P Warnock

January 7, 2020

The words I cannot express. The loss is painful. However, the joy of having my Aunt Julie in my life for my entire life eases that pain. She was one of the most kind, loving, caring, giving, and cool people I have ever had the honor to call family. I got to see her at Christmas and I will cherish that memory for the rest of my days. I will miss you Aunt Julie!!! To my cousin Travis....I know the heartbreak all too well. We love you and are here for you for life!!! DP, Ela, & Family.

Lucille Amaro

January 6, 2020

I got acquainted with Julie thru Bocce at the American Daughters of Columbus. Julie was always fun to play bocce with. She was a very sweet and caring person. She will be greatly missed on the bocce courts and everywhere. May she rest in peace. Prayers for her son Travis.