Breaking (sad) News: Roy ‘Pops’ Warner passed away

We are sad to report Roy “Pops” Warner has passed away.
Coach Dan Fife shared “every day was a good day with Pops. He always had a smile.”
What will you always remember about Pops, as a Clarkston teacher? As a coach? Do you have a fun picture?  Please write a comment and share.
We will share the obituary once we receive it.

2 Responses to "Breaking (sad) News: Roy ‘Pops’ Warner passed away"

  1. mark Fster   January 14, 2017 at 11:47 am

    “Pops” was the best. A man of few words, he was my favorite teacher and baseball coach. He was my JV baseball coach in 1976. He didn’t bat an eye when I was in 3 gym classes on numerous occasions, I guess Shakespeare wasn’t for me! We had a great team and thinking back of all the TIME he must have dedicated to Clarkston sports is unmeasurable. He was a football coach and a master with a “Fungo” bat for hitting baseball practice. I loved playing for “Pops” and have never forgot his guidance!! RIP and thanks..

  2. Bill Eibergen   January 20, 2017 at 3:14 pm

    Was on same team with Mark. I was, “Wild”,as a pitcher and a person. “Pops” settled (on the mound, at least) me and brought out the best in me. He was patient, kind, and tolerant. I coached baseball for 15 years and he was a great mentor and inspiration. R.I.P. .


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