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August 21, 2013
Blake,
I heard your news yesterday and I tossed and turned throughout the night with memories racing through my head. I have sorrows as I did not know of your suffering. Oh what fun it would be to reminisce our past. You will always be a part of my history, that will never change. The countless years we spent together but minutes I would never change. You helped shape my life to what it is today. I hope you felt the same. I know the definition of a friend based on who you were to me.
As I think of our times I recall many crazy things. I remember many firsts and all the fun we had. What would disco be without you on the floor? I hear songs today with memories of our past. From the Commodores, Bee Gees, Journey, Foreigner, and the Cars, all have special memories of our times. Your dash board drumming still rings in my ear.
Our first ski trip, what fun we had, missing the bus, how did we know it was 6:00 AM and not 6:00 PM?
Our first apartment, I guess we were too loud?
Our trip to Padre, did you know after playing in the Gulf all day you could be miles from where you started?
So many days were spent on the basketball court or on the softball diamond sharing time with all your friends. We had our fun times together but there are many others that have their own special memories of you. I read through the guest book and remember all the faces with whom you befriended. I remember your smile and stories with many individuals. My memories continue to surface but now remember you lay your head down for the final day. Outwardly sad with tears on my face, but so happy I was able to share memories with you.
God bless us all,
August 21, 2013
I really enjoyed reading the other guest book entries and I felt the same way about Warren. I remember him fondly and as such a fun guy!! I wish I could've seen him before he transitioned to a better place.
August 20, 2013
I have nothing but good memories of Warren. We would go for years without talking and then pick right up where we'd left off. I will go home this evening and look for our old photos. To the family, I am very sorry. A fun memory you might enjoy - he never tired of trying to explain the game of football. Fact is, I'm just not a fan but enjoyed his thinking I just didn't get it.
August 20, 2013
I will also always remember that contagious smile. From the first time meeting Warren I referred to him as "Bubba" he just became family. Always spoke so kindly of his family, and was quite the teaser and mischief maker... I am thinking fun was his middle name. Dedicated to family and friends. Great qualities Bubba! Sad in our hearts that you have left us but ever so grateful you are out of pain and are watching over us all now. Until we meet again my friend....
August 20, 2013
Ahh...Warren. Such a fun and great guy. I lost touch with Warren after high school, but I will always have such fond memories. He, Mark McWhorter, and Jimmy Clark were always laughing and you couldn't help but laugh with them. He and Mark even visited my parents after high school and I moved away. They enjoyed those visits. I'm so sad that he suffered thru cancer, but he now has the ultimate healing. Maybe he and my dad are on the golf course in heaven. Many thoughts and prayers to his family and friends.

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