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Warren Spangler

June 6, 1949 — April 29, 2024

Warren Spangler, 74, passed away on April 29, 2024, in Signal Mountain, TN, leaving behind a legacy of love, service, and connection. Born and raised in Signal Mountain, TN, Warren's roots ran deep in his community, shaping him into the compassionate and outgoing individual he was known to be.

After graduating from Kirkman High School, Warren embarked on a journey of service to his country by joining the United States Marine Corps, where he rose to the rank of Sergeant. His dedication and commitment to his duty were evident throughout his service.

Warren had a passion for music, often finding solace and joy in playing tunes that resonated with his soul. Additionally, he cherished the simple pleasures of life, such as reading the newspaper and spending time with his beloved fur babies, who brought endless joy and companionship into his life.

One of Warren's most remarkable qualities was his ability to connect with others effortlessly. With a warm smile and an open heart, he never met a stranger, leaving a lasting impression on all who had the privilege of knowing him.

Warren is survived by his loving son, Warren "Spanky" Spangler Jr. (Michelle), who resides in Signal Mountain. He is also survived by Renee Spangler and Stacey Hudson of Signal Mountain, along with his siblings Randy (Brenda) Spangler of Ooltewah and Carlos Dempsey of Hixson. His memory will be cherished by his grandchildren: Paige Holland, Austin (Megan) Daniels, Nick Moore, Morgan McKay, Amber Wilkey, Brittany Wilkey, and Brandon Wilson, as well as several great-grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Warren is preceded in death by his father, Cecil Spangler, his mother, Lucille Dempsey, and two brothers, William (Bill) Spangler and Arlos Dempsey, all of Signal Mountain. Though he may have left this world, Warren's spirit will live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.

In remembrance of Warren's life, let us celebrate the joy he brought to others and the countless lives he touched with his kindness and generosity. May his memory be a beacon of light and comfort in the days ahead.


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