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John William Warrant

John William Warrant  “Jack” lived in Largo, FL. He was 78. He passed away peacefully at Tampa General Hospital Nov. 11th on Veterans Day, his favorite holiday. He served in the U. S. Marine corps and was so proud. He was a wonderful man and loved by all! He was a truckdriver 37 years for Yellow Freight, and a janitor in Seminole for four and a half years until he went legally blind. He volunteered at blind rehab at the VA for 8 years. He was the son of Doris and Sydney Warrant. Jack is survived by his loving wife Lucy,  brother Donald Warrant, and his children Tina (Michael) Dziadzio, Tammy Pokelwaldt, Thomas Warrant, Kimberly (James) Ellis. He was a super Dad to all 11 grandchildren, Melanie Ellis (Drew) & Anthony Ellis that he raised from babies. 7 great grandchildren he loved dearly.

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  • Jamie Ellis says:

    I loved my grand father so much. He was an awesome man and a great human being. So full of character and very funny. He could make anyone laugh. He was very strong and I’m so proud to be his grandson. I will live to be as strong and as prideful as this man until the day I leave this world. God bless my grandpa.

  • Kim Ellis says:

    I love you so much daddy! Thank you for never giving up on me and always supporting me. I’m so proud you are my father, your the strongest man I know and your laugh and smile will live on forever.

  • Anthony Ellis says:

    Thanks for everything you’ve done for me pops. You’ve touched the hearts of everyone you’ve met, and you were the kindest, funniest man I’ve ever known. Staying strong because I know it’s what you’d want, and I know you’re watching over me.

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