Warren J. Ahr

July 24, 1935March 24, 2013

Warren J. Ahr was born on July 24, 1935 and passed away on March 24, 2013 in Novato, CA.


Warren J. Ahr

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James Curry

April 10, 2013

I was so sorry to hear of Warrens passing. He like ALL the Ahr s are the best example of class. He never said a bad word about any one. The world is worse off without a great man like him. All my best to Mike and Jeannie

Terri Davis

April 7, 2013

Miss you dear God Father. Your voice was always a warm hug through the challenges of my life. Love you

Jack & Judy Ward

April 6, 2013

The Memorial Mass today at St Anthony's spoke volumes about what a beloved and respected man Warren was. We are honored to consider ourselves friends of Warren and Jeannie. May he rest in peace.

April 6, 2013

Warren was one of the most wonderful people we have ever known. Such a gentleman! You could always count on a warm greeting, and a smile. We feel blessed to have known him. May God bless and keep his wonderful family. Lovingly, Gloria and Dave Walchli

Jerry and Valerie Eaves

April 6, 2013

Warren will be missed by all who knew him. We flew for different airlines after our time in the Air Force so our paths did not cross as often as I would have liked, but he was a close and dear friend. God speed, good friend, and may the love of God surround your family and give them comfort at this extremely difficult time.

April 5, 2013

Our sincere condolences to Jeanne and the Ahr family. Warren was true friend. Guy and Liz Baty

April 4, 2013

May you be comforted by the words of God. Isaiah 61:2

Edward Froelich

April 3, 2013

I remember Warren from this High School picture, my sincere sympathy to Warren's Family. I feel he will always be remembered in the best thoughts. We had a great school and the students were the best. God Bless

April 3, 2013

Bud & Jan Tabor

April 2, 2013

Warren will always be remembered as a true brother, a fellow Californian A/C at Lackland to B25s at Reese, and, some said, we looked enough alike to be brothers. But more importantly, Warren was a real gentleman, one who could always be counted on to do the right thing through thick or thin. We will always remember him as a true friend.