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  1. My Dear Brother. I miss you more than you will ever know. The night before, when you came to me in my dream, you waved. I thought you were waving hello, but you were waving goodbye. You would always say, “I’m the best brother you’ve got,” now that you’re gone, what am I suppose to do. Even with this big hole, my heart is so very heavy. This is rough, this is tough, and I can not stop crying, but I know eventually I will find a way to get through living without you.

    I love you, I love you, I love you.

    Your baby sister, Venus

  2. Dear Debbie, I was so sorry to hear about Warren’s sickness and passing. I will always remember the good times we had together at your home, our home, the cruise etc. May GOD comfort you with HIS love during this difficult time and in the days to come. 2 Corinthians 5:8 Love you always Diane Coleman Mays Landing, NJ

  3. My brain hasn’t completely registered that Warren is gone, because he and I had so many jokes under our sleeves and I can easily visualize him at work when it reopens. Kind of an eerie thought, but seeing the possibility of being true, soothes my heart, but I know he is gone to Heaven.

    To Warren’s family, know that I mourn with you this very sad reality of Warren’s passing. With his leaving, I lost my best work teammate, my partner in crime, a friend, an advisor, a clown and big brother; this gap he left will forever be empty because like him, no one. I thank him for all of his support, silliness, advises, and many more things. And I pray that each one of you finds comfort in the name of our Lord and Warren’s soul is joyfully in our Father’s Kingdom.

    In conclusion, every time Warren’s will leave for the day from work, he would say to me and I can hear his voice telling me, “Toodaloo” ~~~~ Until we meet again my dear Buddy~~~~Love, Maria Franco

  4. My brain hasn’t completely registered that Warren is gone, because he and I had so many jokes under our sleeves and I can easily visualize him at work when it reopens. Kind of an eerie thought, but seeing the possibility of being true, soothes my heart, but I know he is gone to Heaven.

    To Warren’s family, know that I mourn with you this very sad reality of Warren’s passing. With his leaving, I lost my best work teammate, my partner in crime, a friend, an advisor, a clown and big brother; this gap he left will forever be empty because like him, no one. I thank him for all of his support, silliness, advises, and many more things. And I pray that each one of you finds comfort in the name of our Lord and Warren’s soul is joyfully in our Father’s Kingdom.

    In conclusion, every time Warren’s will leave for the day from work, he would say to me and I can hear his voice telling me, “Toodaloo” ~~~~ Until we meet again my dear Buddy~~~~Love, Maria Franco

  5. I’m so crushed…. I spoke to Warren the day before he went to the hospital as most times we spoke at least once a week or more. Debbie said to me I spoke to Warren more than her.You see ever since I was 13 Warren was a huge part of my family. When he walked into a room everyone noticed. He had it……
    A class act most wished to immolate. A man’s Man. A hand shake was all you needed. His word was bond. If Warren had your back you need not worry. He went to my family celebrations and funerals. Yes you had an Amazing brother truly a gift to all who had the pleasure to know him. He was the big brother I wish was mine. His wisdom and knowledge was vast. Yes a smart man. Self taught, Just two months ago he patiently walked me through the programming of my 2 fire sticks. I call him mister gadget. I can share stories all day. When I moved to Florida he told me to talk to Michelle to find a house. He always knew a guy😆 if you need a shirt he gave two. I called him my cousin because he loved my cousin and we loved him.Yes I’m going to miss him dearly. Thank you for sharing him with me, my family and the world. My prayer that God brings you comfort during these rough days to come. Rest in peace Big W……..🙏🏾♥️🙏🏾

  6. Thinking of Warren’s beloved family at this time. Warren was one-of-a-kind – a generous, fun, spirit who was guided by his love of life and his family – he will be truly missed by everyone at New Destiny.

  7. My Brother
    I’ve LOVED YOU ALL OF YOUR LIFE, and I will LOVE YOU INTO ETERNITY.
    How can I be in so much pain and not be bleeding? My heart is broken 💔
    I will follow what you tried to teach me for many years (just between you and me 🤫😊)

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  9. Hi Debbie and family, Dennis and Sharon would like to give out deepest condolences as you make it through this difficult time in your life. Hold on to all the precious memories that was displayed in that heart warming video. Dennis and I will never forget the year we watched the super bowl with you, Warren and some friends. You and your family will remain in our prayers.

  10. To the Standard Family,
    We were sad to hear of Warren’s passing. You have our deepest condolences.
    Keith and Valerie Taylor

  11. Freda Holmes
    I know it;s difficult at this time, but please remember that God’s got you and He’s got Warren. He said, Lo I will be with you till the end of the age. Trust in that and treasure your lifetime of memories. They are beautiful. He will be missed. Always praying for you.

  12. Debbie and Family,
    Warren spent almost 20 years at New Destiny Housing and he was universally admired, loved, and respected by the many people he touched – his office mates and colleagues, the maintenance staff, tenants and clients, vendors, and architects and contractors. He could always be relied upon to help out and he was definitely Mr. Fix-It , the man with a drill who could put up a bulletin board or picture and put together a chair or a table. He took care of his office family and was incredibly loyal to New Destiny. When Warren was in the office – everyone knew it. His voice and his laugh carried throughout the office – and made everyone who heard them feel better. Warren had a strong work ethic but he didn’t let that get in the way of enjoying life and having fun. And, his love of his family- immediate and extended- was obvious to everyone in the office. His screen saver frequently included pictures of family and family events. He took joy in everyone’s accomplishments and clearly adored his wife, children, grand-children, siblings and their children. We will all miss Warren – he is truly irreplaceable. Our sympathy goes out to you and Warren’s family at this very difficult time.

  13. My sincerest condolences to the entire Standard Family on the loss of Warren. My name is Edward McAlman and we went to St Gregory’s School in BK between 1964 -67 when we graduated and went our sesperate ways. It was two years ago we met again at Michael Montgomery’s home for a gathering of old school mates that we had a brief chance to share old times with approximately a dozen of us. Yes it was a brief look into 40 yrs of our lives that was shared in just a couple hours but it was memorable. The video shows a life well lived and it featured that pic which only shows a few of us from St Gregory’s and what a beautiful tribute it is. Again my condolences and may God give you strength and courage to carry on in these most difficult and unprecedented of times. God Bless you All 🙏🏾🙏🏾

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