Frank Warren Hamrick age 57 beloved son of Mary Jo (Church) Hamrick went home to be with his Lord on November 5th, 2013. He was Preceded in death by his Father, Frank W. Hamrick and his grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Warren S. Hamrick and Rev. Mrs. John T. Church. He is survived by his wife, Phylis Hamrick, daughter, Shelley Hamrick Ross (Bryan) and granddaughters Avery C. Ross and Charley A. Ross of Keller, Texas and one son, Mitchell Warren Hamrick of Birmingham. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather & son. He is also survived by his uncles, Billy L. Church (Ann), John P. Church (Jewel) of Sandy Hook, Kentucky, David C. Church, Phillip Church, of Break, Virginia. Aunts, Lillian C. William (Russell) of Homewood, Al, Juanita C. Smith (Charles), Betty C. Wilson of Smith lake, Al. Loving cousins, Rebecca Lynch Hamrick of Hoover, Lenora Hamrick of Livingston, Al & Jean Hamrick and special cousin Debbie Schneekenburger of Hoover and numerous other cousins and friends. Warren was born March 5th, 1956 in Birmingham, Al. He became an active participant of South Roebuck Baptist Church at the ripe old age of 3 weeks, where he become a active member until he was grown & presently a member of Lakeside Baptist Church. Warren faithfully loved & served his Lord and his entire life was an outstanding witness for his Lord. He attended Christian school & graduated from Banks High School and then attended the University of Alabama in Birmingham. He began his career with Post Welding Company for 37 years in that business and most recently with Atlas Welding and Supply Co. Tuscaloosa, Al. An Avid Alabama football and Dallas Cowboy fan Warren cherished his family, friends and co workers he loved spending his free time at the lake and on family vacation to the beach. He will be greatly missed Warren will always be remembered for being the gentle giant humble, kind, considerate, humorous, dynamic and compassionate friend of others that he was in this life.he Excelled in his business and was esteemed by his co workers his mother is greatly comforted by the words of Dwight 'L Moody " He is more alive today than he ever was" from "The Ward " To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord" and "The death of his saints in precious in his sight" Services were held on Thursday, November 7th, 2013. at Jefferson Memorial on Trussville Highway visitation will begin at 1pm till 2pm for the service.
Published on  November 21, 2013