Cylen FreeMan Obituary, Death – Celyn F. Warp, who resided in Guys Mills and had reached the age of 74 when he passed away on March 24, 1975, did so at Spencer Hospital, where he had been a patient for the prior two weeks prior to the time of his passing. He had been dealing with the effects of his disease for a good number of months at this point.
He was the first child to be born to Frank A. Warp and Ancinohie Oakes Warp, who both resided in Wayne Township at the time of his birth on June 30, 1900. On May 4, 1922, he wed Amy Custead, and the two exchanged their vows. In 1965, Mr. Warp retired from Sunbeam Equipment Corp., where he had been employed previously. In the beginning of his career, he worked for a short while at McCrosky Tool Corp., and when he was younger, he worked as a farmer in Wayne Township.
Both of these jobs were in Wayne Township. After he retired, he kept his job as a part-time employee at the Eager Beaver Lumber Co. in Townville after he moved there. In the past, he served as a trustee for the United Church of Guys Mills and was a volunteer firefighter with the Randolph-East Mead Volunteer Fire Department. In addition to that, he belonged to both of those organizations as a member.
His wife, two daughters, Mrs. Frank (June) Woolstrum of Cooperstown and Mrs. Richard (Janice) Cutshall of Meadville, a son, George E. Warp of Meadville, a sister, Mrs. Charles (Anita) Fowler of Guys Mills, eight grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and a brother, George E. Warp of Meadville are among the members of his family who have survived him.