Warren G. Lair

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warren G. Lair

Virden – Warren G. Lair, 96 of Virden, IL, passed away Tuesday July 30, 2019 at Sunrise Nursing and Rehabilitation in Virden, IL.

Warren was born in Girard, Illinois on June 24, 1923 a son to Charles O. and Goldie (Molen) Lair.  He married Mary A. Goode May 28, 1948 in Girard, IL.

Warren joined the U.S. Army and served during WW II. He later worked for Pillsbury in Springfield, IL as a Maintenance Supervisor for over 37 years. He was a member of the Grace Southern Baptist Church, Virden, IL and was a member of the Virden American Legion Post #386.

Surviving Warren is his daughter, Barbara G. (David) Kett of Golden, CO, sons, John W. (Sandy) Lair of Hillsdale, IN, and Thomas C. “Tom” (Laura) Lair of Roselle, IL, 6 grandchildren, Mike (Samatha) Canfield, Mary (Greg) Todd, Amanda (Jared) Lair, Emma Kett, Dana and Cory Lair, 6 great grandchildren Nora Lair, Makayla Canfield, Lilly Canfield, Hannah Todd, Persephone McLeish and Graysen Todd.  He is preceded in death by his parents, wife, Mary A. Lair; brothers; Lanny Lair and Danny Lair; and a sister, Norma Harvey.

Visitation will be from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Friday August 2, 2019 at Grace Southern Baptist Church Virden, IL, with funeral services at 2:00 p.m. Saturday August 3, 2019 at the church. Rev. Jimmy Hammond officiating. Pallbearers are:  Thomas Lair, John Lair, David Kett, Michael Canfield, Gregory Todd and Jared McLeish. Burial will be in Girard Cemetery. Please visit: www.calvert-ferryfuneralhomes.comto leave a message for the family.

3 thoughts on “Warren G. Lair

  1. The Florida branch of the family sends sincere condolences.
    We have enjoyed so many wonderful
    times together with Uncle Warren and Aunt Mary over the years down at the lake in Hernando and here in Jacksonville and especially in the mountains of Virginia. How blessed we were to enjoy each other’s company and learn family history. They were always up for an adventure or a picnic!
    How many miles on the road enjoying Gods natural creations and beauty.
    They will always live in our hearts.
    Linda and Bill Dale
    Mabel Wilson
    And all the extended family

  2. Sorry for your loss! Your Dad and Mom were neighbors of ours for many years on South Emmett Street! Lots of good memories! They came to a Lair reunion at Sanchris Lake a few years ago…probably the last time I saw them! Thoughts and prayers!

  3. Our prayers for all the family and friends. Warren is rejoicing in heaven with his beloved Mary and so many other loved ones. A life well lived.

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