Nebraska Authors

Reba Warrick

AKA: Reba Stetler Warrick

Born 1918-11-30 Whitewater, IN (USA)

Died 1987-12-11
Norfolk, NE (USA)

Richmond, IN (USA)
Goshen Cemetery

Places Lived

Hastings, NE
Whitewater, IN

Author Of

  • Poetry




Board Member of Warrick-Hawkinson Tread Co. of Hastings


Won the 1987 Nebraska Federation of Women's Clubs Poetry Contest and placed second at the national level with her poem 'Esther's Pigeons'


Member of the Nebraska Art Association
Member of the Midwest Chaparral Poets
Member of the Spindrift Poets


The Bright Bead. 1981.

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