February 6, 1923 - January 17, 2012

Warren Carl " Darby" Setzler, 88, loving known to everyone as PIM left this world today, January 17, 2012 at Stein Hospice, Sandusky, surrounded by his loved ones. He was born in Bellevue Ohio on February 6, 1923 the son of the late Carl George & Florence H. (Dick) Setzler.

Darby retired in 1984 from the NKP and N&W Railroads. He served in the United States Army. He was a member of Ebenezer United Methodist Church, Flat Rock, the UTU and a life member of the Bellevue VFW.

Husband  to Daisy Marie Case Setzler whom he married June 6, 1942 in Erie, PA, father to David, Darryl, Judith and Dale. Grandfather to Melanie, Tyson, Candi, Kenneth, Carla Brenzo, Bryan Brenzo, Tricia and Brandon Setzler. Great-Grandfather to Graham, Cooper, Quinn Setzler and  Alexis Brenzo.
In addition to his parents, his daughter, Judith Brenzo, son Dale Setzler, sisters, Doris Willis, Mary Aston, Margaret VanMeter, brothers, George and Bob Setzler preceded him in death.

Laid to rest with full Military Honors at Greenlawn Memory Gardens, Clyde.

Please send your memories, photos and music to memories@lifeeverafter.com  and I will post them here.
Remembering Warren "Darby"  "Pim"   Setzler
Though today, you walk in sorrow
 You will not be alone
There is One who's loving wisdom
 is far greater than our own
 Put your trusting hand in His
 As a little child would do
 And He like a loving father
Will guide and comfort you!
Day by day, there will come to you
New faith, new hope, new light
You'll find that stars unseen by day
shine through the darkest night
And though your heart is longing
For the dear one who's at rest
You'll know before the journey's end
That God's dear ways are best!
Jessie Home Fairweather

you are listening to Long Black Train




The family of
Warren Setzler
is grateful to God for his life,
For your friendship,
And for your kindness and prayers.
Daisy Setzler




Please send your memories, photos and music to memories@lifeeverafter.com  and I will post them here.
I received a phone call this morning telling me of Pim's passing. As our family prepare for his departure I prepare this place for him here.
Say hi to the family when you see them. 
Fond memories..

Pim and Daisy Setzler

“Daisy, and family, we are so sorry for you loss, but you have so many wonderful memories to help hold him dear to your heart. If you need anything let me know.”
Daisy & family members.
My sympathies are with you in your time of grief. I have fond memories of Flat Rock & how "Pimmy" & Daisy would always help a friend in need.
Blessings to the family. Rest in Peace Pim. Love & miss ya”
Becky Grimm
Aunt Daisy, David & Mardelle, Zeke & Kathy-
I am so sorry for your loss and extend my condolences to you all. It has been years since I last saw you all but I have wonderful memories of you all and Uncle Pim.
 He played a big role in my early years and he will be greatly missed.
Love to you all, Janice ”
“sincere condolences to Daisy and family from Margaret's family.
May your grief be short and fond memories be yours forever.”
Dan, Russell Van Meter
“Ken, I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Wayne Hutchinson
“I want to express my deepest sympathy for my sister and brother-in-law Mardelle and David, and his mom Daisy, and Zeke and Kathy for their loss.
I will be praying for the family.”
Ruth Tackett
“Ken and family,
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. May memories held close help everyone cope. You all are in my prayers.
 Brenda Mutter

Rest in peace Warren Setzler.
Grandpa you will be missed. I remember all the good times camping
 love ya
your grandson Bryan


I love u grandpa and now u r up there with dad I will miss u and tell dad I love him and see u guys soon rip grandpa

Jan. 20, 2012
Good morning have been awake since 5am just doing the same thing i do every morning but today will be a little bit harder cause it will be the last time i ever get to see my grandfather he was a very strong man he also taught me a lot on how to deal with matters in life thank you for the memories grandpa when you get to heaven give my momma a big kiss and hug for us and tell her we miss her



I read of a man who stood to speak at the funeral of a friend.
He referred to the dates on the gravestone from the beginning to the end.

He noted that first came his date of birth, and spoke that date with tears,
But he said what mattered most was the dash between those years.

That dash represents all the time he spent alive on earth.
And now, only those who loved him most know what that little line is worth.

For it matters not how much we own. the cars the house, the cash.
What matters is how we live and love, and how we live our dash.

So think about this long and hard, are there things we'd like to change?
For we never know how much time is left, for things to rearrange.

If we could just slow down enough, to consider what's true and real.
And always try to understand the way other people feel.

And be less quick to anger and show appreciation more,
and love the people in our lives, like we've never loved before.

If we'd treat each other with respect and more often wear a smile,
Remembering that this little dash might only last a while.

So when your life is being read, with our actions to rehash,
Would we be proud of what others will say, about how you spent your dash?


 Greenlawn Memory Gardens

Pim laid to rest today with family and friends saying their goodbyes

Family and friends gathered at Ebenezer United Methodist Church for good food and good fellowship and their memories of Pim.
People talked about how Pim and Daisy met. Growing up Daisy lived up the street from "Stop 5" and Pim worked on the railroad. His train stopped at "Stop 5" and he would walk up the street to our area of Erie. On one of these occasions he met Myrtle (Daisy's mom). Story has it that Myrtle would feed him. And it got to be a regular habit. It didn't hurt that she had the most beautiful daughters in the neighborhood either. Daisy was visiting relatives and her mom sent word she should come home, there was someone she wanted her to meet.  Pim and Daisy married in June of 1942.

This summer I did some repairs to my mom and our house and found out that the metal stairs next to the garage are from the caboose that Pim was in charge of. When they scrapped it, he brought the stairs up to his father-in-law's house. (now my house)

I was also told that he built the cabinets in my house. Thanks Uncle Pim.



To Daisy and family

May these flowers in some way help to express out heartfelt sadness.
Take comfort in your sisters, and family and hold tight to your wonderful memories.
Love, Linda, Sheila, John and Pam (Walmer)

Feb. 6, 2012
Stopping by to wish Pim a Happy Birthday. I know that your family here miss you very much and are remembering you on this day.

April 8, 2012
Happy Easter


June 17th


July 17, 2012

Its been six months since you passed. Life goes on as we know, but family still thinks of you daily and one day we will see you again. 


Wishing you a

from all of us.

January 17, 2013
Stopping by on the anniversary of Pim's passing. The first year is always the hardest. Although time does not diminish the feeling of the loss.
Be with the family today as they remember his life and their memories.

June 16th



Nov. 13, 2013
Olive, Shirley and I visited Daisy on her birthday. http://eacasefamily.com/mh/daisy91.htm
While I was at your house I took these pictures. I wanted to share them here.
this picture hanging on the wall in the room where your trains were. these sit on the dresser in your room.

You are missed and loved.






January 18, 2014


Its been only two years, it seems like much more.
The family misses you.

Feb. 7, 2014
Stopping by today to wish you a


Feb. 14, 2014



June 26, 2014
Hey Pim,

I just came back from visiting Daisy with Aunt Olive.  She fell and broke her hip a few days ago. She's had surgery and they moved her to the Willows. One of the nurses that took care of you is taking care of Daisy. So she is getting the best care possible, She was in a lot of pain so they gave her some medication when we were there. Kathy and Zeke are making sure she has everything she needs. We didn't stay long, she was nodding off occasionally, but she knew we were there. I held her hand and prayed to God that she gets well and if it is his will she shall. If not then she will be with you and without pain. So its a win-win situation.

August 30, 2014
Just found out that Daisy fell and broke her vertebrae. Zeke called Olive and left a voicemail. Olive messaged me on face book. I called her back and she told me that she didn't know anything more. She will call Zeke tomorrow. God please watch over Daisy.
September 7, 2014

Daisy is with you now Pim. She left this Earth last night. Happy that you are together again, sad for her boys and grandchildren. Daisy Setzler


January 17, 2015


February 6, 2015

Uncle Pim.

We celebrate your day with you.

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