I met Warren & Jean Fall 2012 during their visit to Greensburg on an ancestry search mission. I instantly knew that he was a Great person, but only when reading his obit did i realize the magnitude of his contributions. Now, on Veteran's Day, it even seems all the more an honor that i got to know a bit about him. Roger DuMond, Greensburg, IN.
I first met Warren and Jean in Bloomington, Ind., at First Baptist Church, during the 1950s. I was a student at Indiana University and their leadership of the student group at church was so caring and wonderful. Both Warren and Jean were exemplary role models, and they were always there for kids who needed support and understanding. I know Warren's contributions to the community in Indianapolis and beyond were huge, and his quiet, unassuming ways gave no outward indication of the depth of his commitment and involvement. He was a godly man and will long be remembered by those whose lives he touched. My thoughts and prayers are with Jean and the rest of the family.
Warren was my Birthday buddy I remember spending a lot of time with the Perney's when I was growing up while my mother was dealing with my brother and his cancer treatments. He was like my own Grandfather he will be missed dearly.
I've known Warren and Jean since I first came to Indianapolis in 1980 to serve the same church where Jean served in the 1960s. We had an immediate connection and shared many good times. I have the highest respect for both Warren and Jean and pray for God's comfort and peace for Jean and her family.
Millard and I are so grateful to Warren and Jean fot starting Habitat in Indianapolis and also having been involved and supportive of the entire world ministry.
I was sad to hear of his passing but glad that I was able to visit with he and Jean when we had the Fuller Legacy Build a couple years ago. I can imagine what a wonderful reunion Millard and Warren are having in heaven. God bless you Jean and your family.