Arthur William Warning, age 85, of Lowell, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 12th. He was preceded in death by his wife of 42 years, the love of his life, Patricia. Art is survived by his children, Gail (Joe) Parker, Lynn Warning, and Gary (Terri) Warning, his grandchildren, Casey (Jason) Gordon and Calvin Warning, his great-grandson, Zachary Gordon, his sister-in-law Dixie (Ken) Bart, his brother Ron Warning, sister Ruth Adams, and his dear friend Lisa Thomas. Art was the owner of Art’s TV for over 30 years on Main Street in Lowell. He worked at Atwood, was a member of the Lowell Lions Club and a former Lowell City Councilman. Art loved 4-H and spent many a hot dusty day on the rail watching his daughters and grand daughter show their horses. Art loved baseball. When his son played in a game he simply put up a closed sign on his business and went to the game. Art was a life long fan of the Detroit Tigers. Nothing was better than watching the great Al Kaline throw the ball into home plate from the back wall. Art loved his dogs and would drive them down to Ball’s for ice cream cones. Art loved to wear Hawaiian shirts, work in his yard, and drive to Keiser’s Kitchen for his lunch. The family would like to thank the staff at Laurels of Kent for their compassion, kindness and care of Art. A celebration of life memorial for Art and family burial will take place at a later date to be announced.