Larry Leslie Warmack

Larry Leslie Warmack, age 73, passed away peacefully on April 27th, 2022 in Kenosha, WI.

Born on February 26th, 1949 in Kalamazoo, MI, he was the son of Calvin and Naomi Warmack.

Growing up Larry was a talented athlete and a three season varsity athlete in football, baseball, and basketball at Comstock High School. He lettered as a freshman in baseball and football, and helped win a baseball championship in his first year on the team. His love of sports would be a constant throughout his life and he closely followed the Chicago Blackhawks, White Sox, and Notre Dame Football. Later in life he became an avid golfer and would play nearly every week for most of his life.

After high school, Larry travelled extensively in Europe on his own for 3 years. He visited nearly every European country before the age of 20. He would continue to enjoy travelling and telling tales of his travels throughout his life. After returning to the US he attended Grand Rapids Junior College where he studied philosophy and sang in a choir. He had a beautiful singing voice and had a deep appreciation of classical music.

Larry was a charming storyteller, straightforward, and could build a report quickly with strangers. Those skills helped him sell automobiles for most of his life. He retired after more than 20 years from Jack-son Auto Sales in Waukegan.

He was a devoted father and shared his love of sports, music, and travel with his sons. He took them to countless sporting events, symphonies, and museums. He would take them on excruciatingly long road trips to see the US, and would wake them up early with his motto “C’mon, fun ain’t easy or everyone would be having it”.

He is survived by his two sons Adam (Nicole) and Grant, his sister Connie (Dave) Nielsen, and brother Terry (Paula). He was preceded in death by his mother, father, and his brothers David, Roger, and Scott. 

A memorial service celebrating Larry’s life will be held on Saturday, May 7th, 2022 at the Kemper Center of Kenosha Founders Hall (6501 3rd Ave) Visitation with the family beginning at 10:00AM with a service following at 11:00 AM.

*An update for the funeral this Saturday, May 7th, 2022. There is a marathon going on down by the lakefront. We have been given a route to take to get to the Kemper Center. Please use this route and tell anyone at the barricades that you were informed to take this route only and they should let you through when there are breaks in the runners.*

*Please take Sheridan Road to 65th Street. When you get to 65th Street, go east to 7th avenue where it ends. Then turn Left/North to 65th Street and turn Right/East. Take that till it ends at 3rd Avenue. Then turn Right/South and the entrance to Kemper Center will be on your left hand side. Pull into the parking lot and come to Founder’s Hall. If there are any questions please contact the funeral home.*

Casey Family Options Funerals and Cremations

Stephen P. Casey, Owner and Funeral Director

(262) 653-0667

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  • Molly Springer says:

    So sorry for your loss. I got to know Larry when he went to Zion high school. He was a great football player. He had the biggest smile . His former classmates send thier condolences.

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