Mary "Lou" Rosamond Warrick

Apr 1 1927
Apr 27 2020
93 Years
Cochranville, Pennsylvania

Mary "Lou" Rosamond Warrick, 93, of Cochranville, passed away on Monday, April 27, 2020 at the Quarryville Presbyterian Home. She was the widow of the late Floyd V. Warrick who died in 1965. Born in West Grove, PA she was the daughter of the late Ralph Hodgeson Neel, Sr. and Rosamond Lowell Reedy Neel. 

Mary was an area resident all her life and a graduate of the former West Fallowfield High School in Cochranville. She was self employed in the house cleaning business. She was a member of the Manor Presbyterian Church. 

She is survived by two daughters; Cheryl Lewis and husband Richard of Peach Bottom, PA and Melinda Smith and husband Jan of Parkesburg, six grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons; Randy Warrick and Jeff Warrick and four siblings.

Due to the current restriction on public gatherings, services and burial will be private at the convenience of the family. 

Arrangements have been entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg, PA. Online condolences can be posted at   


Lise, Cheryl and your families ... I am so sorry to hear about your Mom.  All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

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Our deepest sympathy to our cousins and the loss of their mom, grandmother and great-grandmother. Aunt Mary was such a great cook, very neat, strong woman and was one of the hardest working people I know.  My dad (Uncle Bobby) always talked about her strength and how she could lift up a bail of hay with her pinky on their family farm. Visits to Aunt Marys were always memorable in Cochranville with her and our cousins:) we will miss her and cherish our memories with her. Much love to our family at this time. Gods peace and grace- Kelly, Daniel, Ashley, Stephen & Matthew

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Cheryl and Melinda,

All of my love to you and the family at this time.  The picture of aunt Mary Lou is beautiful.  God bless you and yours.

Love Amy

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