Warren Brinkman

February 19, 2022

02/19/2022

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Greenwood Cemetery
1526 National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-242-0270 | Directions

Warren William Brinkman, 80, of Wheeling, passed away on February 19, 2022 at the Wheeling Hospital WVU of Wheeling, WV

He was born on March 2, 1941 to William and Virginia (Snyder) Brinkman in Wheeling, WV.

Warren worked as a Mechanic for Wilson’s Service Station. He was a Dale Earnhardt fan, master gardener, member of Lionel Train Society, fisherman. In his spare time, he enjoyed walking with his friends around the St. Clairsville Mall.

He will be greatly missed by his friends.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by the love of his life, Charlene Edwards, in 2016, his fur-buddy “Buddy,” and his two sisters: Grace Virginia Eckhardt and Nancy Jane Brinkman Marple.

Warren is survived by his step-daughter, Christine Palmer, of Wheeling, WV, close friend Tom Kulpa of Wheeling, WV, niece Karen (Edward) Conway of Claysville, PA, two great nieces: Kellie Ryburn of Prosperity and Stacey (Rob) Warfield of Hopewell Township, PA, and one great-great niece Madison Ryburn of Eighty Four, PA.

There will be no services, private interment will be held at Greenwood Cemetery – Wheeling, WV.

Altmeyer Funeral Home – Wheeling Chapel is handling the arrangements for the Brinkman family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting www.AltmeyerFuneralHomes.com

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Tom Morgan
7 months ago

Warren was a good friend to my dad for many years, my condolences from the Morgan family

Karen Conway
7 months ago

Warrenie, so many good memories of you. You were my favorite uncle as I always told you. I will miss visiting and talking with you. You are now in heaven with your mom and dad and sisters and Charlene. Rest In Peace. Love you!

Maryann Droll
7 months ago

Chris and Tom —

May Warren’s dear spirit rest peacefully in our Lord’s kingdom of Love and Light; and may God give you many lovely memories, so that you may always have roses in December.

Always with Hope . . . Always in Jesus!

Mary Ann

Christine E Palmer
7 months ago

Love u warren..I’m going too miss u so much,I know your with mom…fly high