John William Warner II, the former USA Senator from Virginia died at the age of 94. Notably, he served as a Senate, representing Virginia for about three decades. As per the former staff member, on Tuesday, John died due to heart failure surrounded by his wife Jeanne Warner and other family members. Also, none of the funeral-related announcements have been done.
William Warner initially served in the US Navy during World War II and the Marines during the Korean War. Later, in 1979, he later served as secretary of the Navy and as a Republican US senator, till 2009. Further, in 1978, John Warner was first elected to the Senate and served for five terms before retiring in 2009. His military experience led him to be one of the most respected voices in Washington on military and national security issues, serving as chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Warner was never hesitated to buck his party in several controversial instances and garnered wide respect across the political spectrum.