We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Gang Memorial Chapel
Nan Klein Warner
November 30, 2021
Nan Warner was a loving and devoted mother, wife, aunt, sister and friend. She left us suddenly on Tuesday at age 69. Born to Madeline and John Klein on August 29, 1952, she graduated from Henninger High School and went on to serve nearly 50 years with the phone company. She often spoke fondly of her staff and colleagues. Nan married Carlo Warner on July 21, 1984 and had her daughter, Hillary Warner on August 29, 1987. After retirement, Nan went on to serve her community through the Pioneers Volunteer Network, where she loved to volunteer.
Nan is survived by her husband of 37 years, Carlo, her daughter, Hillary, her grand-kitty, Moo, and many sister and brother-in laws, nieces, nephews, and many other family members and friends, whom she cared deeply for.
She will be joining her brother, Kenneth Klein, parents, Madeline and John Klein, and her loving pup, Daisy, in heaven.
Nan’s generosity, consistency and loyalty will be impossible to forget: those thorough and numerous daily emails, the holiday cards, and the goofy texts from Carlo’s cell phone (since she refused to get one of her own). She was always checking on us, wasn’t she? May we all be as giving as Nan. “If not for the bad days, we wouldn’t have good ones” - from one of Nan’s last emails to her daughter.
Services will be Tuesday at 11:00am Gang Memorial Chapel 104 Fordham Rd. at Teall Ave. Callings hours are Monday December 6 from 4-7PM at the funeral home. ( Masks requested at both)
In lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Nan can be made to the Pioneers Volunteer Network at pioneersvolunteer.org as well as the ASPCA at aspca.org.