ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lawerance Warren, 60 years old, born on January 7, 1961, and passed away on April 12, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Dottie Villegas on April 28, 2021
LARRY I WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR KINDNESS TOWARDS ME AND GILBERT. EVEN THO I WAS JUST YOUR MOTHER IN LAW.I REMEMBER THE MEN AT YOUR JOB THINKING IT WAS TERRIBLE TO BE DOING THINGS FOR ME AS THEY DID NOT GET ALONG WITH THEIR MOTHER IN LAWS. BUT WE HAD NO PROBLEMS. I FELT GOOD ABOUT THAT. AND THE TIME YOU WOULD TEASE GILBERT. TUGGING AT HIS BEARD ETC. LOL HE WOULD GE THIS BIG GRIN. IT WILL BE WONDERFUL WHEN YOU TWO MEET IN THE NEW WORLD WE HAVE BEEN PROMISED.ACTUALLY ALL OF US WILL BE GIVING LOTS OF HUGS TO EACH OTHER.THANK YOU FOR LOVING DEBBIE,SHE IS A WONDERFUL LOVING DAUGHTER. AND FOR THE CHILDREN YOU HAD TOGETHER. I THINK OF YOU EVERY DAY AND INTO THE DARK OF NIGHT. I ALWAYS LOVED YOU AND CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU AGAIN.I WILL WRITE A FEW STORIES IN THE STORY SECTION.
Posted by Daisy W on April 26, 2021
I will miss him. Even though I knew it was going to happen it was shocking. I look forward to the day things like this will not happen anymore. I can't wait to see him again in Jehovah's promised future. With all my love. Love , Daisy
Posted by Lindsay Martz on April 24, 2021
Omg! If I didnt have the hope of paradise I would be a basket case. I met larry debbie daniel n Jennifer in june 1990 at largo east kingdom hall. And instantly became best friends with jennifer. So naturally I would go over to there house for slumber parties. We always had congregation picnics and yearly camping trips. Then they moved to monterey lakes and larry always brought us McDonald's. Then they moved to a house with a pool. So I was always coming over to swim. The most infamous thing larry ever did was pretend to be a bear and scare the crap out of my mom n me while camping. Jen and I went to high school to gether so larry came on our senior trip to epcot. Then after graduation I worked at disney and got them in free. I even went to there cousins cheerleading competition. When daniel got married the rehearsal dinner in the backyard was the only time I have ever had salmon. How special is was that larry was the best man. I never told anyone but since I didnt have my biological dad larry always filled that void and I viewed him as my second dad. My most cherished memory will be his way to crack me up! He was the most hilarious man. Always telling me my shoes were untied and naively I always looked down. He also loved to say he got my nose til i was too old for that joke. He was so humble. In fact larry is the one person who never made me cry til the day debbie toldnme he was in jehovahs memory. I can still hear his voice. What I would give for one more hug one more joke and one more camping trip. He was so loved for being the best human being. I personally will feel a void in my heart. Thank god for John 5:28,9 Acts 24:15 Job 14:14,15
I will be faithful til the end. This is just a horrible pause...........
Posted by Karen Mendoza on April 23, 2021
Larry always put a smile on anyone he spoke to always cutting a joke.We need more people in the world like him.He will be missed by many .I'm so thankful I had a good visit 2 years ago one last time he will be remembered by myself and family as a kind gentle man.We all love you Larry.
Posted by Misty W on April 22, 2021
I will miss Uncle Larry a lot. I wish we had more time together when I was a kid. He was a funny person anyone would want to be their uncle. I'll always think of how kind he was. And his contagious laugh and smile. I look forward to seeing him again soon as we welcome him back in paradise. All my love to his family.
Love, Misty
Posted by Debbie Warren on April 20, 2021
Larry T Warren 60, passed away April 12th 2021 at Suncoast Hospice Pinellas Park Florida. He was raised by two loving parents James and MaryAnn ( Christie) Warren. He is preceded in death by both his parents and two brothers Greg Warren and Tom Warren. Larry was married to his childhood sweetheart Debbie Boorse. They met when Larry was 12 and Debbie was 10 years old. They married on May 24th 1980 . Many said there young marriage would not last. Larry passed away 43 days before there 41st Anniversary. They had two amazing children. Daniel 40 who was his dads Bucko Buddy and fishing partner. Jennifer 37 who was her Daddy's little girl. And Michael our incredible grandson who called him Bompa.
Larry was a very kind hearted man who had a love for people of all ages. Everyone who met him became his friend. Kids loved him for his silly playfulness and adults loved him for his incredible sense of humor. No matter how bad he was feeling he always kept a smile and always kept a positive attitude.
He is survived by 3 siblings: Janis Kuhn and her Husband John Kuhn and there three children Tina, Sara and Greg.
Jerry Warren and his wife Rhonda Warren and there six children Scott, Kayla, Whit, Logan, Justin and Jade.
Joy Jones and her two children Brittany and Thomas.

Larry will be dearly missed by all. Larry was one of Jehovah Witnesses and has the hope of being resurrected in Jehovah's Kingdom. His family looks forward to seeing him again.

"And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous. ( Acts 24:15).

Jehovah promises such as" no resident will say: I am sick" (Isaiah 33:24)

"And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." (Revelation 21:24.)

" Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not be anxious, for I am your God. I will fortify you, yes, I will help you. I will really hold on to you with my right hand of righteousness.: (Isaiah 41:10).


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Posted by Dottie Villegas on April 28, 2021
LARRY I WILL NEVER FORGET YOUR KINDNESS TOWARDS ME AND GILBERT. EVEN THO I WAS JUST YOUR MOTHER IN LAW.I REMEMBER THE MEN AT YOUR JOB THINKING IT WAS TERRIBLE TO BE DOING THINGS FOR ME AS THEY DID NOT GET ALONG WITH THEIR MOTHER IN LAWS. BUT WE HAD NO PROBLEMS. I FELT GOOD ABOUT THAT. AND THE TIME YOU WOULD TEASE GILBERT. TUGGING AT HIS BEARD ETC. LOL HE WOULD GE THIS BIG GRIN. IT WILL BE WONDERFUL WHEN YOU TWO MEET IN THE NEW WORLD WE HAVE BEEN PROMISED.ACTUALLY ALL OF US WILL BE GIVING LOTS OF HUGS TO EACH OTHER.THANK YOU FOR LOVING DEBBIE,SHE IS A WONDERFUL LOVING DAUGHTER. AND FOR THE CHILDREN YOU HAD TOGETHER. I THINK OF YOU EVERY DAY AND INTO THE DARK OF NIGHT. I ALWAYS LOVED YOU AND CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU AGAIN.I WILL WRITE A FEW STORIES IN THE STORY SECTION.
Posted by Daisy W on April 26, 2021
I will miss him. Even though I knew it was going to happen it was shocking. I look forward to the day things like this will not happen anymore. I can't wait to see him again in Jehovah's promised future. With all my love. Love , Daisy
Posted by Lindsay Martz on April 24, 2021
Omg! If I didnt have the hope of paradise I would be a basket case. I met larry debbie daniel n Jennifer in june 1990 at largo east kingdom hall. And instantly became best friends with jennifer. So naturally I would go over to there house for slumber parties. We always had congregation picnics and yearly camping trips. Then they moved to monterey lakes and larry always brought us McDonald's. Then they moved to a house with a pool. So I was always coming over to swim. The most infamous thing larry ever did was pretend to be a bear and scare the crap out of my mom n me while camping. Jen and I went to high school to gether so larry came on our senior trip to epcot. Then after graduation I worked at disney and got them in free. I even went to there cousins cheerleading competition. When daniel got married the rehearsal dinner in the backyard was the only time I have ever had salmon. How special is was that larry was the best man. I never told anyone but since I didnt have my biological dad larry always filled that void and I viewed him as my second dad. My most cherished memory will be his way to crack me up! He was the most hilarious man. Always telling me my shoes were untied and naively I always looked down. He also loved to say he got my nose til i was too old for that joke. He was so humble. In fact larry is the one person who never made me cry til the day debbie toldnme he was in jehovahs memory. I can still hear his voice. What I would give for one more hug one more joke and one more camping trip. He was so loved for being the best human being. I personally will feel a void in my heart. Thank god for John 5:28,9 Acts 24:15 Job 14:14,15
I will be faithful til the end. This is just a horrible pause...........
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Shared by Dottie Villegas on April 28, 2021
MY FIRST IS THE TIME  THE WHOLE FAMILY WHEN WE GOT ALONG WAS WHEN WE CAME TO  YOUR HOUSE IN EVANSVILLE .ACTUALLY IT WAS A TEENY TRAILER. WE ALL SAT OUT SIDE IN THE GRASS AND WATCHED THE MOVIE ,GREESE. EVERY TIME I SEE THAT MOVIE ON TV ,I THINK OF THAT NIGHT. I ALSO THINK ABOUT THE TIME WE  WHERE AT SANDY BEACH AND THERE WAS A RAFT FLOATING N THE WATER. I DID NOT KNOW YOU WHERE HIDING UNDER THE RAFT AND WAS SAYING HELP.I COULD NOT SEE WHERE THIS  WAS COMING FROM. YOU WHERE SO FUNNY. AND A JOY TO BE AROUND. EVERY ONE THAT KNEW YOU HAS TO AGREE WITH THAT. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU AND DEBBIE COMING TO COLORADO WHEN I WAS SO ILL .YOU BOUGHT ME A TV TO WATCH. AND COOKED ME SOME YUMMY FOOD.I WILL REMEMBER THAT MOVE FROM COLORADO TO FLORIDA IN THAT U HAUL WITH THE BUBBLE IN THE FRONT. I TALKED TO YOU THE WHOLE TRIP. I WANTED TO KEEP YOU AWAKE. IM SURE YOU WHERE TIRED OF HEARING ME TALK SO MUCH. AND YOU TOOK ME AND GILBERT TO THE BATH ROOM. YOU NEVER COMPLAINED. THANK FOR ALL YOUR HELP.THEN THEIR WAS THE MOVE TO TEXAS. DEBBIE HAD TO SIT VERY UNCOMFORTABLE THE WHOLE MOVE IN THAT TINY SEAT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TRUCK. WHERE MOST PEOPLE WOULD HAVE IRRITATED YOU AND DEBBIE WHERE  SO KIND TO ME. I NEVER HEARD YOU SAY A NASTY WORD ABOUT ANY ONE. SO MANY MANY THINGS YOU DID. WITH PAIN IN MY HEART AND TEARS ON MY FACE,IM LOOKING FORWARD TO BEING IN JEHOVAHS NEW ORDER WHERE THERE WILL BE NO  MORE PAIN AND SICKNESS.THANK YOU FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY WHEN I LOST GILBERT. 

Great and Wonderful Cousin !

Shared by cheryl saul on April 25, 2021
Larry you are going to be missed so much. You have been a cool cousin. Kind and happy always. It was fun having you all come to our house when we were kids. If it was winter we would all go up the hill and sled to have fun. I enjoyed getting to see you when you come to Wyoming to visit. I am sorry I was not able to go to Florida to see you. I know you had hell after your accident, but you worked through it with great strength. I am so proud of you and proud you were my cousin. I know you are not gone forever as we will see each other again.
Love to You Larry

Such a funny guy!

Shared by Suzy Que on April 25, 2021
I feel lucky to have been around Larry a few times. He reminded me a lot of my own Dad, funny no matter what. I remember him dressing up like a hippi for the Juveline Diabetes walk we went on and he stayed true to character through the walk, lol. I could tell how important he was to his family - he brought on the laughs that were needed during stressful times. You didn’t have to spend much time with the Warrens to know how close and loving they are as a family. I will pray that my friend Jennifer and her family are able to use his memories to do what HE would want them to, which is smile and laugh when they are together, be there for each other, and wait patiently until the day we all meet again