Charles "Mickey" Warrick, Sr., 67, of Weirton died Friday November 21, 2014, at the Weirton Medical Center. Born on December 5, 1946, in Steubenville Ohio, Mickey was a son of the Late Clarence and Rose Pete Warrick. He was also preceded in death by his two brothers, Timothy and James Warrick; his sister, Bessie Mae Warrick Rodgers, and his brother in law Rick Stewart. Mickey retired from the City of Weirton where he worked for the Street Department. Always hard at work, Mickey could be found painting houses or cutting grass while he was not working for the City. In his free time Mickey enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren. He was member of St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church. Mickey is survived by his loving wife of 46 years, Dianna Stewart Warrick; his two sons, Charles "Mickey" Warrick (Michelle) and Eric Sean Warrick (Julie); brothers, Clarence "Junior" Warrick (Jeannie), Danny, and Thomas Warrick all of Weirton; Mary Margaret Jones of Florida; his three grandsons, Tyler Anthony Warrick, Jacob Mitchell Warrick, and Cameron Russell. He is also survived by his loving aunt, Minnie Pete of Weirton, and brother in law Gar Stewart (Iris), of Florida. Visitation will be 5-8pm Monday at Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home 3219 Main Street Weirton. Funeral Services will be conducted in the funeral home immediately following visitation at 8pm. Rev. Fr. Larry Dorsch will preside. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society. Share tributes and memories at 304-748-3219

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  1. Mick was the most generous,charitable person I ever had the honor of knowing. Many times I witnessed him give away his own lunch or his last bit of money so no one he was working with went hungry. Always the first to step up when someone needed help. R.I.P. Mick, you will be missed by all.

  2. Dianna and Family, My heartfelt Condolences he was a good guy. Your all in my thoughts and prayers. Peace Sue

  3. Diana, Mick and Eric

    My deepest sympathies to all of you. I was blessed to have Mick sr as a father-in-law for over 19 years. He always came when I needed him for good times and bad. Always put me and the boys first, often going without for himself so we did not. He wasn’t a man of many words but I knew he loved us. The last few years have been hard but he will always have a special place in my heart as a father and as a grandfather. Watch over Tyler and Jacob, they will miss you.


  4. Mickey started out as our painter and then became our friend. He was always there when we needed something done. We will miss his stories, laughter and good heartedness. Condolences to his family. Rest in peace Mickey.

    Tom and Maxine McCullough

  5. Our deepest condolences on your loss. Mickey was an awesome man who we loved very much and he will be greatly missed. Jennifer, Douglas and Emily Debnar

  6. What a sad day it has become to hear that mickey has passed away. So very sorry for your loss. Know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers. You will be missed Mickey.

  7. i would like to extend my condolescences to the warrick family and will keep the family in my thoughts and prayers i grew up with the warrick family in the northend

  8. The Butlers; Kenny and Vanessa

    Our thoughts and prayer are with the Warrick family during this sad time as they had already lost 2 members of the family this year. We will keep them in our thoughts and prayers and hope that they will find some comfort in knowing Mickey is no longer in pain. He is cutting the grass in heaven and doing a fine job of it.

  9. Mickey and I grew up in the North End of Weirton. Mickey and me as well as his brothers were always into something. Looking for a quick Donut or some scrap to sell. We ran the hills above Ridge Ave and back again. They never found us. We were fast, even at night. We had a lot of good laughs together and we had a lot of time as friends, from the time we were just kids until now. I will miss you my friend and all the laughs and secrets we shared. It has been a good friendship. Until we meet again in heaven, take care.


  10. To the Warrick Family,

    Mickey was always kind, respectful and helpful as a neighbor on Elm Street. Our mom and dad called Mickey to paint when they moved to Hanlin Way and my dad always spoke highly of Mickey’s strong work ethic.

    So sorry for your loss.

    The family of the late John T. and Irene Grossi

  11. To the Warrick Family, Sorry to hear about Mickey’s passing. You have my utmost condolence’s. Grew up in the North End of Weirton with the Warrick family. They all were very nice people to live around with. Mickey hung around with my older brothers. I was much younger than Mickey but always watched and learned a lot being around him. I will deeply miss him he was like one of my brothers…..

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