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Jeffrey Warwick

February 6, 1955 - February 13, 2020

Posted by:
Stanley Westbrook

Posted on:
March 24, 2020

The world has lost a great man and the engineer corps has lost a legend. His life will remain known for many years as an amazing person and soldier. RIP Jeff, big sarge, Warwick

Posted by:
Chris Smolsey

Posted on:
March 24, 2020

I was only a young buck Private when I met you and I would have to say that you were a very influential NCO in the Engineer Corps. Your mission may be complete here, but I know you are Bridging the Gap in heaven. RIP Sarge. Until Valhalla brother.

Posted by:
Greg Jenkins

Posted on:
March 24, 2020

We've lost a great leader... I learned so much from just watching and working with Jeff back in 83-84 when I was assigned to the 93rd Engr. Co. Jeff was alway an outspoken and dependable leader, one of the best examples of how an NCO and leader should be. He cared for his team members, mission accomplishment and he didn't take any sh## from anyone! I can still remember the convoy to our REFORGER 84' location with Jeff along as my TC in my 5-ton fuel truck as he shared his insights on the Army, leading people and just being a good person. I'll never for that ride, nor Jeff... He made me a better leader, as I'm sure he did for countless Soldiers...

Posted by:
Randall Hardin

Posted on:
March 24, 2020

I first worked for SFC Jeff Warwick at Ft Campbell,Ky and then in Karlsruhe Germany He was truly a warrior, a great leader and a dear friend. He was a mentor to so many who served with him. He wasn't about who out ranked who but who had the ability or experience to get the job done. He taught me a lot more than just bridging and engineering he taught me so much about life. RIP my friend your truly one of a kind!

Posted by:
Clint Davis

Posted on:
March 17, 2020

Hey Sarge, just found out you passed away, I know you can’t see this, just wanted to say you were a great guy, I will always be thankful for your help when I had the accident in Germany , you went out of your way to help me out. You were a great 12c , a motivator and inspiration, thanks also for talking me into that French Commando crap that made us miserable for three weeks?, you were a heck of a guy , it was a pleasure to know you. RIP

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 22, 2020

The world will not be the same without you. Hope that your next chapter has cold beer, and a full jukebox. I will miss you.

Posted by:
Connor und Tanja

Posted on:
February 19, 2020

Fare well... We hope you found peace Love Connor & Tanja