Kenneth Adam Warren

Kenneth Adam Warren, age 74, of Mount Joy, PA, died on February 22 at home after a long illness. Born in Bismarck, ND on January 17, 1945, he was the son of the late Edgar A. and Johanna (Deichert) Warren. He was the loving husband of Elizabeth Mosemann Warren for 53 years.
Ken was a 1962 graduate of Corona Senior High School, Corona, CA. He served in the US Navy from 1962-1966, ending as a 3rd class Electrician’s Mate aboard the Naval Reserve training ship USS Roberts DE 749, stationed at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, MD. After 35 years of service, Ken retired from RCA Lancaster. He later worked for the Warwick School District, Lititz, and Way Delivery Service, Lancaster.
In his younger years he loved to play baseball, and was a big Los Angeles Dodgers fan. After settling in Lancaster County he followed the Philadelphia Flyers and Eagles. He and Beth loved to travel. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary by cruising to the 50th state, Hawaii, to complete their visits to every US state. Ken was always supportive of his children and grandchildren and attended all of their activities, concerts and sporting events.
A 50-year member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Mount Joy, PA, Ken served on the Vestry and was a faithful usher for many years.
In addition to his wife, Ken is survived by two children, Thomas, husband of Mary Gaughan, Beaverton, Oregon, and Sandra, wife of Gary Farmer, Maytown, PA; grandsons Kevin and Richard Farmer; sister Mildred, wife of Robert Semple, Warner Robins, GA; brothers Donald, husband of Jennifer (Minshew), and Gerald, husband of Rebecca (Abbott), both of Kathleen, GA; sister-in-law Doris Warren, Friendswood, TX; brother-in-law Daniel Mosemann, husband of Marian (Ruggiero), Lancaster, PA; sister-in-law Martha, wife of Donald Herr, Tigard, OR; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brother, Robert Warren.
Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to save the date to attend a Memorial Service to celebrate Ken’s life at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 209 S. Market St., Mount Joy, PA 17552 on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at ten o’clock. Interment will be at the convenience of the family.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, or Hospice and Community Care of Lancaster.

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  • What a wonderful article, looks like your might have had something to do, with it Beth! I can hear Ken saying, as he’d turn his head, “Oh, gee what is this about?” He was always humble. The four of us had a lot of good times, and many laughs. A big part, for all of us, was our church, am so thankful, sure you are too. I just imagine, that Ken and Alan have reunited, and looking at the two of us. shaking their heads. Send my sincere sympathy, will be up in May for Ken’s service. You take care. Carol

  • I worked a lot with Ken in the past, both of us on each side of Atlantic ocean and sometimes together in Lancaster. It has always been a great pleasure to exchange or see him because he was more a friend than a colleague. As far as I remember, all common issues we add with work turned to easy things because of his positive mind and his kindness to help everybody.
    After our company closing, we continued to exchange news and jokes by mail, the announced of his disease made me very sad. We spoke together by phone but nothing to help him was possible from me

    Please, his whole family and numerous friends, accept my deepest condolences. My thoughts are with you in memory of such nice man Ken was.
    RIP Ken

  • There are many good memories of knowing Ken for over 40 years as a good friend, neighbor and coworker. You’ll definitely be missed.
    Doris and Owen

  • Dear Betsy, Tom, Sandy and family. Marty and I send our heart felt sympathy at the loss of our dear Ken. He will be truly missed and remembered for his humor, generous heart, and love and respect to everyone he was around.
    We wish that the fond memories of all the wonderful experiences you’ve had with Ken may sustain you at this time of grieving.
    Ken is with his Lord and resting in peace, Amen.
    Love, Don and Marty

  • Dear Betsey,
    Ray and I were so glad we had the chance to see Ken this past fall. We are so sorry for your loss, please accept our sincere condolences.

  • To our friend Tom and his family: We are so sorry for your loss. May you have peace and comfort in the days to come.

    Jess Ramos and Tony Schedlbauer

  • Aunt Beth, Tommy, Sandy and family,
    Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers in this time of need. Uncle Kenny will truly be missed by so many as he was a one of a kind man. The had a heart of gold. All our love,
    Mildred and Bob Semple
    Donna McLaughlin and family

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