Warner L. Costley
November 20, 1952 - January 14, 2017
Warner L. “Heyman” Costley, was born to Warner Louis Costley Sr. and M. Lucille Shively on November 20, 1952 in Louisville, KY. He is survived by Mother, Lucille Shively (Pete); Brother, Gary Costley (Donna); Sister, Portia Walker; Companion, Jo Ann Cantrell; Daughter, Cicely Turner (Nathan); and Grandson, Noah Turner. He also has Inherited Children, Steven Costley, Tommy Cantrell (Kelly), and Becky Johnson; Inherited Grandchildren: Casey Johnson, Cody Johnson, Skylar Cantrell, Trevor Cantrell, Evan Cantrell, and Adam Wylie. Warner also has many Cousins, Aunts, Nieces, and Nephews that will miss him greatly.
At 1:50 a.m. Saturday January 14, 2017, Warner Costley passed away at IU Health Bloomington Hospice House and was reunited in the Presence of our Heavenly Father with Siblings, Tanya Costley-Taylor and Thomas Michael Costley; Father, Warner L. Costley, SR.; and Inherited Child, Scott Costley.
Warner had a strong love for Family, Friends, and Sports. He retired from Otis Elevator after over 20 years of dedicated service. In his earlier life, Warner served his country honorably in the Indiana National Guard for 7 years. He was a graduate of Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis, IN. After retirement, Warner worked at Marsh grocery store more than 10 years in Bloomington, IN. His jolly laugh was heard throughout the aisles as one would walk in the store. Heyman didn’t know a stranger. His contagious joy for life will be missed.
Memorial Service for Warner will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, January 28th, 2017 at Sanders Pentecostal Church, 6490 S. Fairfax Road, Bloomington, IN. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in honor of Warner may be directed to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital.
Warner had such a huge heart...... I remember playing with my Barbie dolls in that green van of his! ❤️
I will miss his laugh. He always laughed at my jokes no matter how bad or corny they were. I know he's in heaven with the Lord and no longer suffering in pain. He will be missed by all who knew him.
He was a great friend at Otis. He always had a big smile and he loved everyone. Now I work at Lowes, and when he would come into the store, I always knew it was Warner.....he would see me and start his big laugh and and come up to and gave me a big hug.....will miss you Brother!!
I very much enjoyed working with Warren at Otis Elevator he will be greatly missed.
To the Family,