Grady R. Warner

Born in Nashville, Tennessee on May 11, 1948

Departed on September 4, 2019 and resided in Nashville, Tennessee

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Grady R. Warner – Age 71, of Nashville (Bellevue), passed away September 4, 2019.

Grady was a friendly man that never met a stranger. People who met him for the first time would say he reminded them of an old friend. He could go up to anyone and start talking and having a good time. His natural personality led him to be one of the greatest and most honest salesman many had ever met. Grady graduated from Father Ryan High School in ’66 and served in the Air National Guard for 8 years. Grady was married to his loving wife Linda for 50 years. Grady loved all types of music and enjoyed dancing. He enjoyed watching the news and old westerns on tv. His favorite hobbies included hiking, camping, kayaking, and archery. He had dreams of visiting more National Parks out west. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. He was loved by many.

Preceded in death by father: R.G. Warner, and mother: Alice Rae Warner. Survived by wife: Linda D. Warner, children: Gig R. Warner (Tara) & C. Denine Napper (Greg), grandchildren: Alex Warner & Mary Faith Yaney (Trey), great-grandchildren: Mason Yaney & Hadley Yaney & Colton Yaney, and several extended family & friends.

The family will host A Celebration of Life for Grady in Bellevue at the River Plantation Clubhouse, Section 2 on Saturday, September 28th @ 2:00pm. 500 Plantation Ct. 37221. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the American Cancer Association or to the GoFundMe account established to cover Grady’s medical and funeral expenses.

4 Comments to Grady R. Warner

  1. Terry and Ronnie Hall
    September 7, 2019 2:13 pm

    You will be deeply missed, will miss your stories and your laughter… RIP love you always..

  2. Bill & Judy Storey
    September 8, 2019 6:17 pm

    You will surely be missed my friend. May you R.I.P.

  3. Jerry McGrath, FRHS CLASS OF 1966
    September 19, 2019 2:46 pm

    Oh My—RIP My Friend and Brother—-My sincere sympathy’s to Grady’s Family and especially Linda and the Kids and Grandkids——-Grady without a doubt was one of the most Friendly and Caring members of the 1966 Father Ryan Graduating Class—-So Glad Grady and I got to spend time together during our Golden Grad Celebration—-We hugged each other when we saw each other at the Celebration, we had not seen each other in at least 45 years and it was like we had just graduated from Ryan and started talking like we were next door neighbors—–You were Loved and You will be Missed Brother—–
    God Bless You Grady—

  4. Tommy Hart
    September 20, 2019 11:09 am

    So sorry to learn of Grady’s death! We had a lovely time catching up at our Class Reunion three years ago. Grady and I first met in grammar school and he was always with a smile on his face…a real people person! He has left this earth too soon, but we also know that he now rests in the peace of God’s grace…

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