Warren, Words can never express the loss felt by your passing. You were a great mentor, boss and friend. You took on the task of overseeing the greatest team and made us all better for knowing you. Thank you for having confidence in me and giving me the confidence to strive for better. Your smile will always be missed, but never forgotten.
I was blessed to work with Warren for the past 7 years. He had such a vibrant spirit, when he entered a room it would light up and those around would too. I can still hear him coming in "I'm back and better than ever!" and in the afternoon he could be heard singing his own rendition of songs. I miss him greatly, work will never be the same. Eden I'm profoundly sorry for your loss and my heart aches for you and your family, you will all be in my prayers always. May the strength of the lord be with you all during this time.
Dear Jon, and Greg (Duker), Although I haven't seen you guys in many years, I often think about the great times we had playing "Tackle The Man With The Ball", in the Morris' lot. Warren was "Untackleable", and just a great all around athlete. Y'all were all a big part of my great memories of growing up in Merriman Park. I am terribly sorry for your loss, and wish you and your families all the best.
Dear Jo Anne,
We are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts are with you and your family.
I would like to share a life lesson which Warren taught me. Also, Warren's Dad deserves much of the credit for teaching him proper respect on the golf course. Our Senior year in HS we played a lot of golf together and this day we had our usual 2 man team match going. We played 3 or 4 times per week at Royal Oaks CC as guests of the club. On hole #7 I had a 10 foot par putt to halve the hole. As usual I was taking too much time. Warren mentioned there were members waiting on us in the fairway. But I was too stubborn to speed up. Once Warren realized a quick putt was not going to happen, he said "let's go, pick it up, it's good". He knew how important it was to be respectful to the members who had given us the privilege of playing at their course. Thank you Warren for teaching me this valuable lesson through your example. I pray that the Lord will comfort the Aune family now and in the weeks ahead.