Arthell E. Warner was born in Mavis Bank, Jamaica on July 27, 1942 to David Warner and Roselda Dixon. He was the third child of six children. Arthell lived in Jamaica for 57 years and later moved to the United States to join his daughter Suzan and her husband Anthony in the Bronx, New York. Upon his arrival to the states Arthell was fascinated with his new found life. New York brought Arthell so many opportunities, within six months Arthell had found himself a job working as a concierge in Manhattan which he loved dearly. His favorite part of the job was receiving gratuity. Arhthell was a hard and dedicated worker, but nothing was greater for Arthell than receiving his gratuity. The holidays were Arthell's favorite time of year.
Arthell was a loving man, a provider, a nurturer and most importantly a father. Arthell fathered six children which he loved dearly. He loved his family and grandchildren very much and would do anything for them. He was a very happy man always making jokes and making everyone smile, he was full of positive energy. Cooking was Arthell's specialty, we all know food always brings people together and Arthell was never afraid to spend money on food. Those who know, would know that his favorite meal to prepare was his red peas and pigtail soup. His grandchildren and great grandchildren were his world and he was always taking care of them, no matter how far apart he was from them he always provided.
Arhtell will truly be missed, he is survived by his wife Allison Warner, three daughters Suzan, Annmarie, Suzette, his son Marlon, his sisters Luneth, Vivienne, Pasty, Venrice and brothers Vincent, Roy, niece's and nephews along with his eight grand children and two great grandchildren. Anyone that met Arthell knows how much of a wonderful man he was. He was one of a kind and irreplaceable. We all love you and miss you Daddy.