Henry "Clay" Warner

DELANSON — Henry “Clay” Warner, a lover of the outdoors and music, died on Thursday, Aug. 31, 2017. He was 28.

Mr. Warner was born on April 20, 1989, in Niskayuna, to Albert and Echo (née Bunzey) Warner. He attended Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School.

Mr. Warner last lived in Delanson, and worked for the cable and internet company Spectrum in its sales department.

His favorite things to do were fishing and kayaking. He also enjoyed music, and especially liked to play his guitar.

He tragically died from injuries he sustained last Thursday in a motorcycle accident in the town of Knox.


Mr. Warner is survived by his mother, Echo (née Bunzey) Warner; his father, Albert Warner; his brother, Lake Warner; and his maternal grandmother, Marcia Bunzey, all of Cobleskill.

A celebration of his life will be announced in the near future.

— H. Rose Schneider


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