Myron Dywone Warner AKA "Smoke" departed this life on October 20, 2012 at The Memorial Hospital, Easton, Md. Born January 10, 1964 in Dorchester County, to the late Auslee W. Warner and Mary E. Brown Warner. He was educated in the Talbot County Public Schools , graduating in 1983. Myron continued his education at Wor- Wic Technical College majoring in Hotel and Restaurant Management, Baltimore International Culinary College and Maryland State Certified Sanitation Program. Professional experience he received at finer establishments on Maryland's Western Shore: The Baltimore International Culinary College, Black's Bar and Kitchen in Bethesda, MD, Gazebo Restaurant in Rockville, MD, Delessios Little Italy in Baltimore, MD, Red Starr CafAC. in Fells Point, MD, and Fisherman's Wharf Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD. Professional experience he received on Maryland's Eastern Shore: The Inn at Perry Cabin in St. Michaels, MD, Robert Morris Inn in Oxford, MD, Cater House in Cambridge, MD, The Narrows in Kent Island, MD, Washington St Pub in Easton, MD and The Tidewater Inn in Easton, MD. His personal experience includes a demonstration for The Senators of The United States, birthday party, for daughter of the Arch Bishop of Baltimore, MD, and catered wedding receptions. Some of his recognitions were highlighted in the following publications; Whats Up magazine, Eastern Shore 2010, Washington Post, Montgomery County Gazette, Dorchester County Crab Cook Off (2008- 2009) and Grasinis Bridge Restaurant . Myron's hobbies were fishing, cooking and being "The Handy Man". He leaves to mourn two sisters, Joan (William) Banks (Trappe, MD and Beverly N. Warner( Elkridge, MD); one brother, Charles Warner (Worchester, Mass); A niece (sister), Maria Sweet, (Severn, MD); his favorite two great nieces, Ronique McDaniel (Laurel, MD) and Chrishaun Sweet (Severn, MD); one aunt, Pauline Copper; a devoted companion, Jacqueline Smith; one sister in-law, Chiquita Warner, Trappe, MD; one brother in-law, Howard Dixon (Easton, MD); a friend like a brother and his mother, Edwin and Eunice Bailey (Trappe, MD) and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four brothers, Walter (Bobby), James (Albert), Auslee Jr. (William), Dexter, one sister, Diane Dixon.\n \n Services will be Sat. Oct. 27th 11am at Union Baptist Church Easton, MD with a viewing Fri. 6-8pm at Henry Funeral Home PA Cambridge and two hours prior to service. Interment in Whitemarsh Cemetery Trappe, MD.