Wesley Warren

Date of Death: February 9, 2014
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Wesley A. Warren, age 49, of Apalachin, NY returned to his Lord Sunday morning at home. Born in Huntsville, AL on August 4, 1964, son of Stella J. Warren of Apalachin, and the late Deward W. “Red” Warren, Wesley was an Associate Professor at SUNY Broome Community College in the Criminal Justice and Homeland SecurityContinue Reading

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Jack and Rhea Klapprodt left a message on February 15, 2014:
The Warren family were our next door neighbors for 8 years and we knew the children as they were growing up. The entire family, Wes included, were invaluable to us while my wife was going through three difficult pregnancies. After our first child, Jeffrey, was born, the entire family continued to help with the new baby. This is the kind of family the Warren's are, Our hearts are full of sorrow and sadness on Wes's passing and the effect it has on this wonderful family, which has had it's share of difficulties's over the past few years.
Frank Salacka left a message on February 14, 2014:
Wesley was one of my closets friends growing up in Appalachin. I was the new kid in town in 1977. Wes was one of the first people to introduce himself and ask my name and were I was from. From there we became best friends and shared many teenage memories growing up. He was a true friend and would give you the shirt off his back. He will be truly missed by all his friends and family. RIP "Wild Wes"
Patricia left a message on February 14, 2014:
Wesley was a man I admired for his work at the community college and his love of life. So energetic and kind. His death is a terrible tragedy and so needless. He always made an effort to change for the good. For that he will be remembered with kindness.
Kathleen McKenna left a message on February 12, 2014:
Wes and I worked together in the Criminal Justice department at SUNY Broome for many years. He put in long hours making sure that students got whatever help they needed. He always made time for students and always said yes. In fact, when I was chair, I told him he needed to say no sometimes, since we sometimes ended up with more students than chairs in his classes. I will remember him especially for his quiet kindnesses--he always welcomed everyone in his office and at his table at meetings and workshops. Whenever his name comes up, people smile.
Allen Memorial left a message:
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