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John "Jack" Warnecke 1919-2010
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January 31, 2011
I am sorry to hear of your loss and want to share that we are the fortunate owners of a 1935 Warnecke designed home on Arlington Way in Martinez, California.
July 30, 2010
Dear Margo, Fred and Rodger,
I just found out about Mr. Warnecke. I am so sorry to hear about him. I remembered him when I went up to the ranch to stay with my Grandma Allen. I am sure you remember me. Cheryl Steinke. Grandma passed away about 6 years ago. When I was going thru some of her belongings I found some letters that Mr. Warnecke sent to grandma on a daily basis when he went to the East. If you would like copies of them for the book please let me know. I would also like to get a copy of it when it is published. Again I am so sorry... I have some very nice memories of your family when I was growing up.
Cheryl Leddington (Steinke)
May 10, 2010
Dear Margo, Fred and Rodger,
I look forward to joining you, your families and Jack's friends Sunday at the Ranch to celebrate his life. Your Dad provided me with he opportunity to spend time over the years at the ranch and I share your family's love of that land. The year, 1981 - 1982 that I lived in the little white house was filled with treasured memories and some of Jack's "teachings" over the 40 years that I knew him resonate still.
Sharon Fane
April 27, 2010
Deepest sympathy to the Warnecke Family. It was always a pleasure working with Jack over the years.
Curtis & Associates
April 26, 2010
Dear Margo and Rodger,

I am so sorry for your loss. I never met your father, but I know that he must have been an extraordinary man to produce two talented, beautiful human beings like yourselves. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
April 25, 2010
As a former Warnecke employee in San Francisco I will always remember Jack presiding over the company picnics at the Ranch. He seemed his happiest there.
April 23, 2010