Wayne Warren Obituary, Death – Wayne Warren of Rochester, New York has unexpectedly passed away at his home surrounded by his family. Despite the fact that Wayne was born in the city of Port Lavaca, Texas, which is located in the state of Texas, he ultimately decided to make the state of California his permanent residence. Even though he had a young family at the time, he started his career out by working as a toll collector on the Golden Gate Bridge. This was the beginning of his successful career. Wayne started working for The Coleman Company not long after he and his family moved to their new home in Parowan, Utah.
This occurred not too long after the actual moving process. After a while, he decided to go to Lodi, where he found work at a number of different companies, including General Mills, Carnation, and Holtz Rubber, among others. After he had finished his job at General Mills and retired, he began working for the Public Transportation Department of the City of Lodi. In this role, he was responsible for the operation of the city’s bus system.
Wayne is survived by his wife Bernadine; his daughters Cheryl (Dan), Jennifer, and Suzanne (who predeceased him); his step-sons Kurtis (Maggie) and Chris (Carrie); his brother Robert (Betty); and his sister Margaret; as well as a large number of nieces and nephews. Wayne also leaves behind his step-sons Kurtis (Maggie) and Chris (Carrie). The death of Wayne occurred on January 15, 2019. Suzanne had already passed away when Wayne passed away. His parents, William H. and Ruth Anne Geryk Warren, as well as his brother, William R. Warren, passed away before Wayne Warren was born. This nickname refers to “Grouchy, Grumpy Grandpa” and is given to him by his 19 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. “Triple G” is an affectionate way of referring to him. Together, Wayne’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren numbered a total of 32. Everyone had a friendly and comforting attitude toward this docile mammoth for some inexplicable reason.