Leo Samuel Warnock Jr.
March 18, 1928 – March 30, 2021
Leo Samuel Warnock Jr, 93, died at home on March 30, 2021. He was born on March 18, 1928 in Glenwood, Georgia. Leo was a sergeant in the U.S. Army, and served from 1951 to 1954. He had a passion for fishing and participating in all family activities. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Zelma Hebb Warnock, his daughter, Ihla Wolfe, 6 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brothers, Billy and Buddy (Warnock), and his sister Joyce (Brown). He is preceded in death by his son, Randy Warnock, brothers Melvin, Bobby, John, Ricky (Warnock), and a sister, Kitty (Shape). Memorial services will be held at Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home in Winter Haven on April 17th at 2 p.m.
Memorial Celebration of Leo's Life
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Ott-Laughlin Funeral HomeTo watch via Livestream, copy & paste one of the two following links into your browser-- https://youtu.be/jSh9x9VE-o0 OR, https://youtu.be/kqk2THy5cTE
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Ott-Laughlin Funeral Home
Leo Samuel Warnock Jr.
Patti DeJonge ( Warnock )
April 1, 2021
So many, now to pic one. I remember staying with Uncle Jr and Aunt Zelma for a week before I graduated from HS. Uncle Jr asked me if I wanted to hold the gate while he fed the cows. I thought sure, I can do that! On the walk through the pasture, he told to ignore ( can’t think of her name, but she was a Brahma and she was very big) her, that she would not mess with me. Uncle Jr had a smirk on his face! I knew if that smirk was like the one my dad, his younger brother always showed, I was in trouble!! So the cows start to following him in by the barn, except the Brahma, she comes closer to the gate, and I am between the gate and the fence, I frickin froze on the spot, good thing I had a strong bladder. She eyed me, she knew I was afraid of her! I stood there until Uncle Jr comes over, he calls her by name, tells her that I wasn’t worth any trouble, to come eat. She followed him in, and I shut the gate so fast! Uncle Jr laughed and laughed. Then while walking back up to the house, I said, “So I am not worth any trouble!” He said, “ Sometimes you got to tell them old broads just what they want to hear .” I wish I would of spent more time with your family. I learned so much in one week. About cows, Ihla’s horse, and how to have a listening ear with Randy ( Miss him), then Aunt Zelma teaching me to craft! I love you all so much. May God give you peace and comfort during this time! 😥♥️🙏