I'm sorry for your loss. All the best to you and your family.
Warren was both loved and revered as a veteran researcher and as one of the founders of the Qualitative Research Consultants Association - a global organization of qualitative research professionals.
Per our history, "a group of 26 NYC based qualitative consultants got together at Dresner's restaurant, 88th St. & 2nd Ave., early in 1983. The culmination of that get-together was the belief that the interaction and feedback they were getting was worth formalizing into an organization with a structure and a purpose." Warren was one of those 26 researchers, to be remembered always for his role in establishing QRCA.
Qualitative Research Consultants Association
Our hearts are heavy. May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time knowing that friends are thinking of you. Wish we could be there to give you all a hug! Our condolences, Love Jean, Mitch, Brad and Kyle Frank
So so very sorry. Warren was so full of life he made us feel pale in his wake. He will be sorely missed.
Rob, Jennifer, Zach & Zoe, We're so sorry for your loss. May warm memories comfort you and your family through this difficult time. With love and sympathy, Sue & Rocco Cundari
There are no words to express how sorry I am for your loss. My prayers are with you all.
So sorry for your loss. May ALL of your happy memories help ease your pain at this time. Love, The Apgar family
I am shocked and deeply saddened about Warren's death. Although we didn't get together very often, the feelings I have for both of you are very warm and loving. Warren had a fantastic sense of humor, a very quick wit and his laugh was contagious. I have loved both of you for many years, and Bob did, also. We had some wonderful times with you and I will treasure his memory.
To Tara and family,
So sorry to hear of the sudden loss of Warren. Our hearts go out to you at this time. May G-d comfort you in your time of grief.
Ilene, Phil, Marc and Jill Gottehrer (Lenny Tureff's daughter)