On Tuesday, June 1, 2021, Nicholas Brock Warner, a loving son, brother, and friend entered the gates of heaven at the age of 23. Nicholas was born Tuesday, February 10, 1998 in Batesville, Arkansas to Jason Warner and Britney Davis. Nicholas is a 2016 graduate of Southside High School. He attended UACCB before pursuing his lifelong dream of being a musician. Nicholas, a lover of all things music, and a drummer for Southbound Revolver, was also beginning to play bass with his dad. Nicholas was an avid gamer who loved the St. Louis Cardinals and music. His hobbies included collecting LP records and percussion equipment. Nicholas had a love for writing and recording music which he pursued with a passion . He was known for his quirky wit, his infectious smile, and his compassionate spirit. His life may have been cut short, but while he was here, he impacted the hearts of many. In the past few months, Nick had found a new happiness when he met the love of his life, Whitney. When he wasn’t in the studio or practicing music, Nick and Whitney lived life to its fullest chasing Timothy around and enjoying time together.
Nicholas is survived by his father Jason Warner and his wife Krystal; his mother, Britney Davis and her husband Chris; his brother, Jacob Warner ( his girlfriend Faith and daughter Hadley); his sister, Olivia Warner; his step-sisters: Kayla Davis, Hayden Webb, and Hailey Davis; his paternal grandparents, Joe and Vickie Warner; his maternal grandparents, Jim and Debbie Woods and Susan and Paul Brock; A special companion, Whitney Campbell; and his little buddy “T “, (Timothy); his uncles: Keith Warner and his wife Kendra and Delbert Warner and his wife Annette. He will be missed dearly by a host of other aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends. Honored to serve as pallbearers are: Jacob Warner, Keagan Harrison, Zac Brogdon, Brayden Mead, Keaton Wheeler, Kolby Mason. The family would like to recognize the following persons as honorary pallbearers: Dakota Tucker, Konner Wheeler, Tanner Johnson, Brandon Slatton, Jordan Slatton, Mark Brown, Dan Sutter, Bill Lowe, and Garrett Gates.
Arrangements are entrusted to Willis Funeral Service of Batesville. West Baptist Church of Batesville (1100 N Central Ave) will host a visitation on Saturday, June 5, 2021 from 12PM-2PM followed by a 2PM funeral service. Interment will be at Maple Springs Cemetery immediately following the services.
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