Patricia H. Warner January 26, 1920 - December 1, 2010 While raising 6 children Patricia also was a foster parent to 189 infants over a 37 year period. She was an active member of the Catholic Daughters of America for nearly 60 years, a member of American Martyrs Catholic Church for nearly 50 years and a member of the Redondo Beach Seniors Club. She was preceded in death by her husband George, son William and Brother John. She is survived by 5 children Tom of San Diego, CA, Bob of Paramount, Barbara Fulkerson of Hawthorn, Dennis of Manhattan Beach, and Dianne of Torrance, 13 Grand Children, 26 Great Grand Children and 8 Great-Great Grand Children. Memorial Mass will be held on Saturday, January 15, 2011 at 11AM at American Martyrs Church, Manhattan Beach with a reception immediately following in the church hall. In lieu of flowers donate to Holy Family Adoptive Services, 1736 House or Project Touch, Inc.

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  1. We are saddened by the passing of such a compassionate woman who had such a love for children. Pat was rarely seen without a foster child on her lap. Sincere condolances to Daughter Barbera & Son Dennis, and their families, whom we have known for many years.

  2. We loved you very much, Gigi, and will miss you dearly. We take comfort in the knowledge that you are safe and happy with our Lord and we will get to see you again someday.

  3. Goodbye Pat, You were such a good friend to me. I’ll truly miss you. Rest easy and say Hello to Al and george for me.

  4. Sending prayers to the Warner Family!! Mrs Warner will always have a place in my heart and memory for as long as I live. Growing up on our street of 52 kids; she was a huge presence. I will miss her deeply.

  5. Our deepest condolences at the passing away of your dear Mother. We were so impressed by the video of the life of a truly amazing lady. She could have received ” The Woman of the year award” for the years of service,love and commitment to the many little ones that needed her.What a truly glorious legacy. May this beautiful tribute help bring you comfort and peace as it celebrates a life everlasting in the sight of God. May the loving presence of our Lord and Blessed Mother be your consolation in this time of sorrow. Our Love to the Warner Family . Jerry and Toni Evans Suzi, Shelbie, and Skylar Coakley

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