Warren Lee Stallard

Warren Lee Stallard, 54, of Kingfisher, Oklahoma passed away September 24, 2023 at Texas Health Huguley Hospital surrounded by his family. Warren was born May 25, 1969 in Tulsa, OK to Fred and Dorathea (Lorenz) Stallard. He was the brother to Laura Kay Stallard and Jon Wade Stallard.

Warren and two of his classmates Kristi Lorez Gore and Clay Pope were the only three originals in their graduating class at Loyal. He went on to join the United States Army and was a member of the 11th Armored Calvary. He later began serving as a volunteer fireman for the Loyal Fire Department and was so proud and honored to be a captain. Throughout his life he lived in Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Germany. On August 26, 1989 he married Sheila Free at Sheridan Pentecostal Church in Kingfisher, OK. He and Sheila enjoyed spending time together with their children and grandchildren. Warren was a proud girl dad and enjoyed coaching soccer and t-ball teams that his daughters played on. He was also a proud grandpa and loved his grandkids dearly.

Warren worked many different careers during his

lifetime. He was a cableman and truck driver. his most recent job was working as a maintenance supervisor at a nursing home. He loved seeing the residents smile and you could always catch him joking around with them.

Warren loved being outside, hunting, fishing, and shooting guns. He enjoyed watching Star Wars and Western shows. He was 100% Donald Trump support. Warren also was a strong man who loved the Lord. He will be dearly missed by all those who knew and loved him. Warren is survived by his wife, Sheila Stallard; daughters, Brianna Stallard (Shane), Charly Miller (Scott), Amanda Essig (Richard), Jennifer Stallard (Charles), Paige Stallard (Talon), and Dustee Stallard; his beautiful grandchildren, Ryland, Anastasia, Alora, Rylie, Connor, Brodie, Charlie, and Theo; he was also expecting a new grandbaby, Hazel; special aunt and uncle, Bertha and Jeff Johnson; special niece, Rebecca Lorenz; special nephew, Christopher Lorenz; foster twins that he and his family loved dearly, Monte and James Richardson; as well as many beloved other family members and friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Dorathea Lorenz; and grandma, Gertrude Lorenz. A funeral service to honor the life of Warren will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, at Frontline Ministries in Kingfisher with pastor Randy Overton officiating. Viewing will be held at Wilson Funeral Home- Kingfisher on Monday, October 2 from 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m

In lieu of flowers memorial donations in Warren’s name may be made to Cancer Research or the Loyal Fire Department.