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Obituary for Annie Laurie Warren

Annie Laurie Hale Warren, 88, of Whipple Ohio passed away on June 22, 2017 under the loving care of her family and hospice care in her home. Annie was born April 18, 1929 in Stockport, Ohio to Fred and Bertha Ellis Hale.
She attended Bartlett Vincent schools and then graduated from Southgate High School in Los Angeles, California in 1947. She also attended nurses training at Camden Clark hospital in Parkersburg, West Virginia and graduated in 1951 as a registered nurse and worked for Marietta Memorial Hospital. She also volunteered for hospice.
On November 4, 1951 she married Charles N. Warren and they had four children, Lisa (Kin) Brewer, Melanie Warren, Danny (Rene') Warren, and Dierdre (Rick) Jarrett.
Her husband Charles and her four brothers Ray, Roy, Ralph, and Raymond preceded her in death.
Her children along with her grandchildren, Tyson (Crissy) Brewer, Erin (Cody) Baker, Chelsea and Travis Warren, Grace Jarrett and her great grandchildren, Aniston (Chelsea), Bryleigh (Tyson) and Addaleigh (Travis), and Jadelynne and Jaymison (Erin, by marriage) will deeply miss her.
A celebration of Annie will take place at Holy Smoke Event Center in Whipple, Ohio this Sunday, June 25 at 2 PM. Friends are invited to join with the family in a time of celebration with dinner to follow.
Those who want to honor Annie with a gift may make a donation to the Lower Salem Volunteer Fire Department PO Box 132 Lower Salem, OH 45745.
Online condolences may be made at www.hadleyfh.com.


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