ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Howard Francis Warren 68 years old , born on November 16, 1940 and passed away on June 30, 2009. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Dawn Miller on March 10, 2019
My name is Dawn Miller. I am Francis Warren’s oldest child from his first marriage with Sheila Poag.  I would really like to connect with the Warren side of my family. I know I have a half brother named Steven and a half sister who I have never met. I can be reached at dmiller121041@gmail.com. I hope to hear from you.
Posted by Sharon Seward on November 20, 2016
Hi again Frank. I am so sorry that I missed your birthday. I also missed the boys birthday too I miss you more and more each day. There isn't a time that I wish you were here to talk to I need Gods help coping with this loss I know that you are having the time of your life there with Granny-Mom and Patsy. I deeply miss them also.Granny you were our rock and Mom you tried to keep us together the best way you knew how. And Patsy you were the one that I could talk to and sometimes we clashed.But it was done and over with. I miss all deeply wish you were still here. But God has you doing his work and I know you guys are taking care of things there. Love always Sharon. .
Posted by Sharon Seward on September 25, 2016
Dear Frank I know that this is a long time in between your death and me writing .There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss you. I miss those rides we took together and the talks that we had. I miss the hugs you would give me when I was feeling depressed ..That smile of yours and the laughter is all that kept me going. We enjoyed the time in the new house at Linda's we would sit for hours and watch the kids play.When Nicholas came there was a glow in your eyes and the baby really loved you. He is now 10 years old and we still talk about you. You had a heart of gold and never complained for your handicap you kept your promise that you would walk and you did it. I was and am so proud of you and all that you had accomplished in your years here. I miss you all the time and will never forget you for one minute. When I talk about you it's with so much pride . God be with you and save me a place when I get there. Please give hugs and kisses to the clan***Mom-Granny and Patsy.-and yourself  Love always   Sis Sharon
Posted by Kimberly Beckley on July 4, 2009
Uncle Frank, you will surely be missed. You were a very important part of my life. A second father when my father was no longer here. I will miss you. I will miss your smile. I Love You!

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Posted by Dawn Miller on March 10, 2019
My name is Dawn Miller. I am Francis Warren’s oldest child from his first marriage with Sheila Poag.  I would really like to connect with the Warren side of my family. I know I have a half brother named Steven and a half sister who I have never met. I can be reached at dmiller121041@gmail.com. I hope to hear from you.
Posted by Sharon Seward on November 20, 2016
Hi again Frank. I am so sorry that I missed your birthday. I also missed the boys birthday too I miss you more and more each day. There isn't a time that I wish you were here to talk to I need Gods help coping with this loss I know that you are having the time of your life there with Granny-Mom and Patsy. I deeply miss them also.Granny you were our rock and Mom you tried to keep us together the best way you knew how. And Patsy you were the one that I could talk to and sometimes we clashed.But it was done and over with. I miss all deeply wish you were still here. But God has you doing his work and I know you guys are taking care of things there. Love always Sharon. .
Posted by Sharon Seward on September 25, 2016
Dear Frank I know that this is a long time in between your death and me writing .There isn't a day that goes by that I don't miss you. I miss those rides we took together and the talks that we had. I miss the hugs you would give me when I was feeling depressed ..That smile of yours and the laughter is all that kept me going. We enjoyed the time in the new house at Linda's we would sit for hours and watch the kids play.When Nicholas came there was a glow in your eyes and the baby really loved you. He is now 10 years old and we still talk about you. You had a heart of gold and never complained for your handicap you kept your promise that you would walk and you did it. I was and am so proud of you and all that you had accomplished in your years here. I miss you all the time and will never forget you for one minute. When I talk about you it's with so much pride . God be with you and save me a place when I get there. Please give hugs and kisses to the clan***Mom-Granny and Patsy.-and yourself  Love always   Sis Sharon
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To My Uncle Frank

Shared by Nicholas Beckley on August 22, 2018
  1. Hi Uncle frank found out you were on the memorial website So I wanted to say hi.You haven't seen me since I was 3 years old But Now I am 12 years old. And I'm in 7th grade.See ya When I get to heaven and talk to ya later on this memorial website.Love you Uncle Frank xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo.

My Memories of Uncle Frank

Shared by Kimberly Beckley on July 4, 2009
My memories of Uncle Frank were good ones. I remember as a child loving to listen to him tell stories. Not the ones like children listen to, but regular stories that would happen in a conversation. I remember that he would visit Grandmom and would talk for hours. What he talked about would interest me and I could not wait to see Uncle "Pud" -- yes, that seems like soooooo many years ago. It took me the longest time to get used to calling him Uncle Frank. He was such a joy to be around. Everyone loved him. When he had his stroke, I missed the old Uncle Frank but soon adjusted and grew to love him even more. I looked up to him like a father figure when both my father and step-father were gone. He became so much a part of my "immediate" family when he came to live with us. I could not think of home without thinking of him also. People thought that when I came to visit, I was just coming to visit Mom, but I was looking forward to visiting him also. When Nicholas was born, I seen a different side of him, a more loving side. He would joke and play with Nicholas and Nicholas would light up when he saw Uncle Frank. Nicholas really adored him. When he gets older and finally realizes that he is truely gone, he will really miss him, as I do now. I loved him so much and really did not realize the magnitude until he was finally gone. As this song says, He is "gone too soon". I love you and will miss you, Uncle Frank!!!