February 23, 1930 ~ January 9, 2022

Born in: Bells, TX
Resided in: Arlington, Texas

Age: 91 Date of Death: 1/9/2022
Visitation and gathering of Friends: Tuesday, January 18, 2021, 6pm to 8pm, Wade Funeral Home
Burial: Graveside Services, Rosehill Cemetery, Bells, Texas – arrangements announced later.
Memorials in lieu of flowers: charity of your choice
DOB: 2/23/1930 Place of birth: Bells, Texas
Parents: Amber Parker and Virgil Jernigan
Hobbies and Professions: Antique Dealer
Preceded in death by: Her parents Amber and Virgil Jernigan, brothers Elbert Jernigan and Amos Jernigan; son Michael Warren; beloved husband of 65 years Rex L. Warren.
Survived by:
Children – Tamara Robbins and husband Larry; Kimberly Warren and husband Ken Hudson; Kevin Warren; and daughter-by-choice Melanie Ostheimer.
Grandchildren: Jason Warren; Shawn Robbins and wife Mecca; Faith Adamson and husband Corey; Amber Robbins; Warren Carlson and wife Megan; Kyle Warren and wife Jessica; Cody Warren; Cheyenne Warren.
Greatgrandchildren: Garrett Warren, Chase Warren, Cameron Robbins, Nic Robbins, Allie Adamson, Cheyanna Warren, Alex Robbins, Jake Adamson, Chance Robbins, Myla Warren, Reese Robbins, Izzie Robbins, Sammy Warren, and Jack Warren.
Brother: Jerry Jernigan. Sisters: Imogene Blackburn, Valeta Vineyard; many nieces and nephews, and multiple friends at Town Village Crossing.

Services

Memorial Visitation: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013

(817)274-9233
wadefamilyfuneralhome.com

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  1. There are not words to express how much we already miss you Gigi. Please give G-Dad a hug from us! We love you both, and glad you are finally together again.

  2. It was my joy and privilege to get to know Martha as a fellow resident at Town Village Crossing. It was Martha’s usual activity to find me and come by my table at dinner. We would tease each other and have fun. We both enjoyed it very much.
    One thing Martha wanted us to know for sure is how much she loved her husband. She looked forward to joining him one day…the sooner the better. I was so shocked to learn of her death.
    Dinner wont be the same. I’ll/we’ll miss her.

  3. You taught me so many things about Antiques and always made it so interesting. I will carry on the treasure hunting because of you enthusiasm and story telling of about items you had and where you found them. You had an amazing eye for unique things and that passion carries on with me because of you. I enjoyed our talks and helping you and Rex set up at Round Top for the Big shows. Your smile and laughter will be missed until we see each again.

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