It is funny how we do not know how many lives we touch. Warren Fitzgerarld passed away this week while working in California. Warren was the driver of #711 in the Sportsman class of Madras Speed Way. This summer our family spent a lot of time there.
Although our family had sportsman drivers too, we were rookies. Warren always went out of his way to help anyone he could. When we would run into Warren around town he always had a smile and a helpful heart. He will be missed by our family.
I do not know if he ever knew how much he touched us, our hearts are heavy as Warren leaves a wife and at least one step child. Clint his step son must be a wreck, Clint also raced, he was a Junior Racer - although only 15 he placed 2nd in the Junior class. Not only has Clint lost his hero but the man who taught him values, and so much more.
This family is struggling and we will do what we can to help - please keep the Fitzgerarld family in your thoughts and prayers.
I am thankful to have known Warren -
If you are a race fan or visited the speed way please click on the link for Madras Speed Way - you will find a plea for help in paying the funeral costs.