On Friday evening December 12, 2014, just 4 days after Her 93rd birthday, Our beloved matriarch, and one of the oldest residences of Erda, Georgia Rose Vorwaller Warr passed away peacefully of causes incident to age. She had resided at Diamond Jane Browns assisted living home in Grantsville for over 5 years. The staff there grew to Love and to care for her during her stay there. She was born December 8th 1921 in Lake Point Utah to August Carl and Hazel Kirk Vorwaller. After combining families and having several more children, the Vorwallers settled in Erda where Georgia spent the rest of her life. Her mother died when she was 8 years old leaving her, her siblings and her father to learn to live life on lifes terms. She met fellow Erda-ite Lyman Warr, and on June 23rd 1939 they were married in the Salt Lake City County building clock tower. Their marriage lasted 56 years. Lyman passed away in 1995. Together they had 6 children, 3 boys during the height of WW2 then 1 girl and 2 more boys post WW2 . All 6 children survive her. Georgia and Lyman were farm and ranch people. At one time they owned over 300 range cows and farmed 150 acres of land in Erda. They instilled in all their children a great work ethic. Georgia was well known for her talents in the kitchen. No one ever went hungry in the Warr home. She could whip up a fine supper from a box of rolled oats. Many Sunday evenings were permeated with the smell of a home grown beef roast and some homemade bread. She also used those talents in her relief society callings In Her Erda Ward. In the 80s and 90s Georgia and Lyman spent there "retirement" on The San Rafael Desert near Green River Utah herding and caring for their own, and many other Tooele area ranchers cattle. They both seemed to love the peacefulness that the "desert" afforded them. After Lyman's death in 1995, Georgia was fortunate enough to meet up with an old family friend, Bud Parker. They palled around and were great friends until his death in 2006. In her later years she was fortunate enough to be cared for by wonderful owners and staff at Diamond Jane's assisted living in Grantsville. Our family would like to express our deep gratitude for their kindness. Georgia is survived by 4 generations. All 6 of Her children, sons Monty and wife Beverly Warr, Barry and wife Carolee Warr, Vic and wife Nancy Warr, daughter Gae Wrathall and partner Mike Bingham, son Van Warr and wife Penny, and son Curtis Warr and former wife Lezlie Mckenzie. She is also survived by 17 grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren with 2 more expected soon, and 11 great, great grandchildren and 1 more expected soon. She is also survived by 2 sisters, Nina Warr and Ruby Romero both of Erda She was preceded in death by her husband Lyman, Special friend Bud Parker, her oldest grandchild Monte Allen and 2 infant grandsons, Barry Lyman and Lyman Heath. Also preceded in death by her special son-in-law Guy Wrathall, and a great number of friends and relations. Georgia's Services will be held Friday Dec. 19 at the Erda Ward Chapel on Erda way and S.R.36. A viewing will be held from 9 am till 10:45 with the funeral to follow. In leu of flowers Please make a contribution to Primary Children's Medical Center or Your favorite Charity. May You rest in peace Grandma George\n\nTo send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Georgia Rose (Vorwaller) Warr please visit our Sympathy Store.