Killed in Car Crash: Pastor Warren Beemer of Healing Palace Church San Antonio

Pastor Warren Beemer of Healing Place Church San Antonio was killed in a car crash in Louisiana after the car he was in rear-ended an 18-wheeler on April 3, 2022. He was 52 years old. Beemer was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering fatal injuries. The Freightliner’s driver was also securely strapped and suffered just minor injuries. For treatment, he was taken to a nearby hospital. Toxicology samples were taken from both drivers for processing as part of the continuing inquiry.

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He was born in 1970 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. He currently resides in San Antonio, Texas, USA with his wife  Faith Beemer at the time of his death. Warren was the father of two daughters and a son. Susie and Katy were his two daughters. He was famously known as the pastor at Healing place church in San Antonio. He went to Family Christain Academy.

A legend of the Christian faith, he served as pastor of the cornerstone church. His outstanding influence touched and molded countless numbers of hungry youths and adults across the greater San Antonio area and beyond. His love and presence caused others to experience Jesus like never before.

The Healing Place Church issued the following statement: “Our hearts break for the Beemer family, as do those of our family and friends. Thank you for your prayers and support on behalf of Healing Place Church’s faith body. This has had an impact on our family, and we will be using this time to mourn the loss of our pastor, Pastor Warren Beemer.”

On April 7th, Healing Place Church in Baton Rouge will host a memorial ceremony for him. Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m., with the funeral service beginning at 11 a.m. In addition, a memorial service will be held in San Antonio in the near future. As new information becomes available, it will be posted.

2 thoughts on “Killed in Car Crash: Pastor Warren Beemer of Healing Palace Church San Antonio”

  1. Suck it CornerStump, what an ignorant comment! You must be a miserable human being to say something so cruel. You obviously didn’t know Warren. He was the kindest, most loving person who would do anything for anybody that I have ever met. Warren was a great friend who will be missed by many people who’s lives he impacted. I only wish that my children will say of me half of what his daughters said of him today.

    Warren, I love you buddy. Rest in Peace. Your legacy will will live on.


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