Warren L. "Sonny" Pickett, 94, \nof Butler, Pennsylvania, passed away on May 30, \n2022, at the VA Butler Healthcare. \n\nHe was born April 3, 1928, in East Butler, \nPennsylvania to the late Tracy Paul Pickett and the \nlate Vera Grace Love Pickett Smith. \n\nSonny graduated from Butler High School, class of \n1947, and enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served five \nyears during the Korean War. Discharged in 1952, he \nmarried his sweetheart, Donna Kincaid, on February \n15th, 1952. He went to work at Armco Steel and had \n38 years of faithful service. Sonny was a longtime \nmember of Community Alliance Church, where he served \nas a deacon, trustee, and former member of the \nchurch choir. \n\nA strong man of quiet dignity, he taught us many \nlife lessons and will be greatly missed. The Lord \nsaid well-done good and faithful servant come and \nrest with me in your heavenly home. Thank you to all \nwho helped to take care of Warren in his last days, \nvery much appreciated by the entire family.\n\nSonny is survived by his two sons, Robert Pickett of \nButler, PA, Dirk (Wilma West) Pickett of Butler, PA; \none daughter, Lynette Caparosa; six grandchildren; \nten great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; \nstepbrother, Ralph (Betty) Smith, Jr. of East \nButler, PA; and stepsister, Carole Goldinger of \nSaxonburg, PA. \n\nHe was preceded in death by his wife, Donna Pickett, \nwho he married on February 15, 1952, and who passed \naway on September 10, 2020; his mother and \nstepfather, Ralph and Vera Smith; one brother, \nRandall Pickett; mother-in-law, Sylvia Kincaid; \ndaughter-in-law, Ronda Pickett; sister-in-law, \nKathleen Speice, and one stepsister, Sandra Pickett.\n\nA visitation will be held on Monday, June 6th, from \n2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a memorial service \nfollowing immediately after at Thompson-Miller \nFuneral Home, Inc., 124 East North Street, Butler, \nPA 16001, with Pastor Joe Floris of Community \nAlliance Church, officiating.\n\nOfficers and Members of the American Legion Post # \n117, American Legion Post #778, and the VFW Post \n#249 will conduct military services at 4:00 p.m. at \nthe Funeral Home.\n\nMemorials are suggested to the East Butler \nPresbyterian Church, 9th Street, East Butler, PA, \n16029.