Warren Yaple
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Saturday
16
November

Graveside Service

11:00 am
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Braddyville Cemetery
2860 320th St
Braddyville, Iowa, United States
Saturday
16
November

Family Gathering

12:00 pm
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Ice House
1515 S 16th St
Clarinda, Iowa, United States
There will be a family gathering at Ice House in Clarinda, IA immediately after.

Obituary of Warren Yaple

George Warren Yaple, 66, passed away unexpectedly at his home in Council Bluffs, IA on Oct. 31, 2019.

 

Warren was born February 7, 1953 in Clarinda, Iowa to George and Helen (Yance) Yaple. He graduated from West Nodaway R-1 High School in 1971.  Mr. Yaple attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan graduating in 1980 with a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Education.

 

Warren held various jobs throughout his life but spent the last 15 years employed by Metro Area Transit in Council Bluffs.

Warren enjoyed politics, whether it was a good conversation about them, supporting candidates or running for office himself. In 2012 he ran unopposed for the District 15 House of Representatives Democratic Party. Warren also enjoyed watching sports, gardening, animals, and collecting model World War I and World II planes and model tractors. 

 

Warren is survived by his only son, Austin Weil, of Waterloo, two grandchildren, Madison Chien and Ryder Weil of Cedar Falls, sisters Carol Yaple , of Clarinda, and Mary Brady of Brownsville, TX,  brother Jon Yaple (Janet) of Clearmont, MO, nieces and nephews Greg (Tisha) Butt of Clarinda, Robin Brady, Austin, TX, Shelley (Mark) Storey, Lee's Summit, MO, Mark (Donna) Yaple, Iowa City, Matthew (Natalie) Yaple of Maryville, MO, Steven (Jennifer) Yaple, Liberty, MO, Jim (Sherry) Yaple of Alvada, OH, Roseanne (David) Wintringham, Dawson, OH and many other relatives and friends.

 

He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Helen Yaple, of Braddyville, and two brothers- David, of Braddyville, and Jim of Toledo, OH.

 

Memorials are suggested to Braddyville Cemetery and The Braddyville Methodist Church.

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