Warren L. Libey, known to many as "Uncle Warren," left this world but not our hearts Wednesday, March 21, 2012.
He was born Sept. 6, 1943, in Potlatch, Idaho, and lived most of his life in and around Moscow, Idaho, where he attended school until he was drafted into the Army to serve his country in both Germany and Vietnam. Returning to the Moscow area, he married Pam Wager, they made their home in Genesee, Idaho, until Pam's death. Warren worked as a baker for both Rosauers and WSU until retiring and moving to Spokane, Wash. There he met and married Judy Johnston, with whom he shared a love for dancing and karaoke.
Warren loved life and people - he enjoyed singing, dancing, art, motorcycles and hunting.
Survived by his wife Judy Libey; daughter, Wendy Wager; sons Norman (Kris) Libey and Warren "Buddy" Libey; sister, Darlene (Bill) Soots; brothers Merrill (Diane) Libey, Terry (Jane) Cheatham; six grandchildren; and numerous family members.
A memorial service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday May 5, 2012, at Faith Bible Church, 600 W. Cora, Spokane, Wash. Community Cremation Service Spokane Valley is in charge of the arrangements.
The online guest book can be found at: www.CommunityCremationService.com.