ForeverMissed
Kathleen Louise Warren, 63, of Pennsville (formerly of Mullica Hill), passed away on September 19th, 2022 after a brief illness.

Beloved daughter of the late Edward O. Sr. and Lillian E. (McLean) Warren.  Kathleen was a graduate of Kingsway Regional HS (’77) and studied communications at Ricker College.  Kathleen had a love for animals, particularly horses, German shepherd dogs and wolves.  She loved being in the mountains, camping and especially the family farm, Warren’s Destiny, in South Harrison Township.   Kathleen is survived by her devoted nephew Joseph C Warren Jr. (fiancé Cathy), her sister Patricia D. Minges (John), brothers Colin H. and Ethan A. Warren; her Aunt Betty Jane Lagerholm (Don), and her close friends Robin (Hilditch) Delvecchio and Laura Tice Crane.  She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.   In addition to her parents, Kathleen was predeceased by her Brothers Edward O. Warren Jr. and Joseph (Chris) Warren and her sister-in-law Peggy Warren. 

Family and friends are invited to the FERTIG FUNERAL HOME, 63 N. Main St., Mullica Hill on Friday, October 7th, 2022 between 7 and 9 pm. Interment will be private. 

Donations in Kathleen’s memory may be made to the Logan Volunteer Fire Company of Pedricktown, 39 S Railroad Ave, Pedricktown, NJ  08067.

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Posted by Kelly Burlock Palaima on September 29, 2022
I met Kathy when she was a freshman at Ricker College. I was still in high school, living just off the campus. Can’t even remember how I was lucky enough to meet her and Nancy Kinkade, but I do remember their kindness to the younger kid, being treated as a true friend. That was so special to me, something I have always carried with me. I’m so sorry the world lost such a special soul way too soon.

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Posted by Kelly Burlock Palaima on September 29, 2022
I met Kathy when she was a freshman at Ricker College. I was still in high school, living just off the campus. Can’t even remember how I was lucky enough to meet her and Nancy Kinkade, but I do remember their kindness to the younger kid, being treated as a true friend. That was so special to me, something I have always carried with me. I’m so sorry the world lost such a special soul way too soon.
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