Warren Englund

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Warren W. Englund

1934 2013

Warren W. Englund, 78, passed away on Sept. 9, 2013 at Hospice Alliance in Kenosha.

Warren was born Oct. 12, 1934 in Kenosha. He was the son of the late Wendell and Pearl (Blomberg) Englund. He attended local schools and was a graduate of Bradford High School. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1956. Upon graduation, he attended OCS in the United States Navy and served 5 1/2 years as a lieutenant and agent in Naval Intelligence. In 1959, he married Gail Butler. They later divorced. His employment years were spent as a senior systems analyst, engineer and consultant with numerous companies and agencies. He was first employed by IBM and his final employment was with the Milwaukee County Sheriffs Department. He retired in 1990.

He was an avid reader and enjoyed travel until his macular degeneration prevented such endeavors. He still, however, was an avid listener, to books and lectures. He was a member of MENSA and had a passion for mathematics, science and history and crossword puzzles. He loved his cat, Sneaker and was an ardent Wisconsin Badger and Green Bay Packer football fan.

Survivors include daughters; Laura (Edward) Quinter, Tracey Englund; grandson, Evan Quinter; brothers, Bernard Buzz (Suzette) Englund, Lee (Jean) Englund; sisters, Corinne Engelhardt, Sally (Dwain) Ricker, Anne Lubkeman, and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents; infant brothers, Wendell Jr., and Clarence Englund; sister, Mary Statema; and nephews, Charles Engelhardt, Lynn Ricker and Brian Englund; and beloved brothers-in- law, Pete Statema and Chas Engelhardt.

The family would like to thank Dr. Bloom, Hospice Alliance and all of Warrens caregivers for their dedicated love, compassion and support. Services will be private.

Published online at KenoshaNews.com on Sept. 17, 2013
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