Joe Dylan Warrick
Joe Dylan Warrick, 21, of Unionville, presently living in Columbia, died Monday, Aug. 25, 2014, in Nashville.
Joe Dylan was born in Maury County and graduated in the Top 10 of the Class of 2011 at Community High School in Unionville. During his years in high school, he was a member of the Leo Club, Student Council, P.U.S.H. Organization, Leadership Bedford, Governors School of Fine Arts and National Honor Society. Following graduation, he attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. In his spare time, he loved to fish and hunt, loved to play billiards and hang out with friends playing X-Box. Joe was a member of Cedar Grove United Methodist Church and was an employee of The Daily Herald in Columbia, where he worked in the circulation department.
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Joe Steward; grandmother, Linda Warrick; and great-grandfathers, Raymond Warrick and Jimmy Mash.
Mr. Warrick is survived by his parents, Daniel and Dottie Steward Warrick of Chapel Hill; sister, Katie Warrick, and brother, Gabe Warrick, both of Chapel Hill; grandmother, Dot Steward of Columbia; grandfather, Billy Warrick of Chapel Hill; great-grandmothers, Eddie Mae Mash of Columbia, Minnie Stout of Lewisburg, and Virginia Warrick of Nashville; aunts, Ginger (Tim) Remer of Columbia, Cora (Jonathan) Moss, of North Carolina, Judith (James) Canady of Lewisburg, and Beth (Randy) York of Watertown; girl friend, Mary Beth Steiner; and several cousins, including Jessica Martin, Mattie Martin, Leslie (Bryan) Cole, and Baby Aniston, all of whom he loved to hang out with.
Family members will receive friends on Friday, Aug. 29, starting at 4 p.m. at Lawrence Funeral Home.
A Celebration of the life of Joe Dylan will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, from the chapel of Lawrence Funeral Home with Rev. Tim McGehee, Robert Ralston, and Keith Williams officiating. Entombment will follow in Spring Hill Memorial Gardens, Spring Hill.
Gabe Warrick, Easton Horton, David Ryan Ensey, Kevin Whipple, Devin Story, Keith Williams, Joseph Freebury, and Dillon West will serve as active pallbearers. Employees of The Daily Herald, Community High School Class of 2011, and Faculty and Classmates at University of Tennessee at Knoxville will serve as honorary pallbearers.
Joe Dylan gave to others the gift of life through organ donation.
Lawrence Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Chapel Hill, in charge of arrangements.