Candy Lynn Warwick

January 5, 1952 ~ July 1, 2014

Candy Warwick copyCandy L. Warwick, 62, Sioux Falls, died Tuesday, July 1, 2014, at home from natural causes.

Memorial services will be held Tuesday, July 8, 2014, 1:00 pm, at Heartland Funeral Home with Pastor Lee Green officiating.

Candy Lynn Ganser was born January 5, 1952, in North Platte, NE, to Charles and Donna (Everett) Ganser. She moved to Sioux Falls with her family at a young age and attended school in Sioux Falls. Candy married Richard Warwick, (the love of her life), on June 16, 1972 and together they raised three beautiful daughters. Candy’s first place of employment was at the little grocery store named Omar’s Market at the corner of north Main and Russel. She also operated her own daycare for several years. Candy was a long time employee of JW Window Components, Raven Industries and at her last place of employment, the Glory House.

Candy had many hobbies including baking and cooking, listening to good music, traveling, and shopping. She also really enjoyed camping and pheasant hunting but most of all, she really loved her family. Candy lived her life on her terms and her family can attest that at one time or another in their lives, she was their strength and she will be greatly missed.

Candy is survived by her husband, Dick; daughters, Crystal Kuhnert, Sioux Falls, Jenny Warwick, Sioux Falls, and Shannon Warwick, Dell Rapids; and one son , Steven Kuhnert, Sioux Falls; 11 grandchildren, Abby, Stevie, Hailey, Hannah, Khol, Dylan, Taryn, Elizabeth, Scott Shane, Shaun; three sister, Penny (Rhett) Anderberg, Rowena, Pam Ganser, Sioux Falls, Patrice Ganser, Sioux Falls; two brothers, Kevin (Sherry) Ganser, Lomita, CA, Scott (Angela) Ganser, Milwaukee, OR; and many nieces and nephews.

Candy was preceded in death by her parents, two older brothers, Charles and Thomas, and a grandson, Travis Ness and one very special friend Jason K. Farley.

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  • Lori Munk says:

    Dick and family – I am so very sorry to hear of Candy’s passing. You both took such wonderful care of my two boys, Chris and Andy Beiswanger, when they were young and your girls were their favorite babysitters! I thought of you often after the kids were older and always had such fond memories of your family. My thoughts and prayers are sent to you and your children. Rest in peace Candy. Lori (Beiswanger) Munk

  • Micci Schmidt says:

    Crystal and family, no words can ease your pain at this time. I pray that your family memories and laughter will help you find peace in these difficult times. Candy was truly a special woman and will be missed by many. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Melodi Fredrickson says:

    Jenny and family,
    I am sorry to hear of the loss of your love one! Thoughts and prayers to you!!

  • Claire (Grant ) Sieverding says:

    I am so shocked to hear of candy’s passing. Candy and I worked to together at Raven Industries, first in the night shift of sewing bomb parachutes and then for several years in the Electronics dept. I pray she is at peace now. My most deepest condolences to all the family.

  • Katie Miller says:

    I love you Aunt Candy, you will be greatly missed.

  • Danny and Martha Wallenstein says:

    We were deeply saddened by the news of Candy’s passing. Our heart felt condolences to you and your family.

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