Opinion: Carolyn Warner, who died at 88, was a political powerhouse with a generosity of spirit that Arizona won’t forget.
Editorial board, Arizona Republic
Educator. Trailblazer. Icon.
And a woman who should have been governor.
If the measure of a successful life is the sense of loss at one’s death, then Carolyn Warner is a model of how to do it right.
News of Warner’s death Tuesday at 88 left many long-time Arizonans deeply saddened and nostalgic for the kind of good-natured, bigger-than-life civic engagement she exemplified.
She had the power to change a room just by entering it.