Warner George Cluff, the 6th child of the late Stanford and Bessie Adams Cluff was born on May 25, 1943 in Federalsburg, Maryland. On Wednesday, January 31, 2024 he transitioned from this earthly life to eternal glory. \n\nWarner received his high school education from Lockerman High. After graduation, he joined the U.S. Army, serving two years in Germany. He later attended Chesapeake College and received a certification for small engine maintenance and developed a love for working on lawnmowers and cutting grass. He loved to travel, listen to music and dine out. He even visited the Obama White House. He was employed by Waverly Press, later Cadmus Publishing and Cerveo, retiring after 46 years. His co-workers tagged him as W.C. Warner joined the St. Luke United Methodist Church under the leadership Reverend Roland Dennis, who was one of his best friends and was baptized under the leadership Dr. Yvonne Penn. \n\nWarner fought a good fight after his health started to change in 2016. Until his death, he made everyday a blessed one. He leaves to cherish his memory his caretaker and loving wife of 32 years, Victoria, his bonus daughter Fran Pailen-Watkins (Kevin), sisters Bessie Cluff and Gladys Cluff-Cunningham (William), brother Stanford L. Cluff (Carol), sister-in-law Vivian Pailen and brothers-in-law Edward Pailen Sr. (Linda) and David White, Sr., godson Tobias Cooper, a loving nephew Daniel E. Pailen who called him Uncle Cuz, a number of nieces, nephews and friends. A special acknowledgement to his hometown crew and neighbors Michael Waller and Chauncey Johns, each offering compassionate support during his illness. \n\nPreceding him in death are sisters Sarah and Sally Cluff, brothers Robert, James, William and Charles Cluff and brothers-in-law Jonas Pailen, Jr., John Pailen and sister-in-law Dories White.