William ‘Tony’ Anthony Warren
The lyrics of the life of William ‘Tony’ Anthony Warren unexpectedly came to a close on May 30th, 2021, at the age of 51, while enjoying life and celebrating with his friends and family.
Tony Warren is survived by his mother, Juanita Warren, his siblings Sonia Warren and Dwayne ‘Wink’ Warren, his son, Ryan Morgan and soon to be daughter-in-law Nicole ‘Nikki’ Teets, the love of his life Crystal Gaither and daughter Paige Bowie, his grandchildren Aubree Edwards and Zavier Morgan, nieces Twayla Elmore and Amber Warren, and nephew Dwayne Warren. He is predeceased by his Veteran father, William Edward Warren.
Tony Warren was born to loving parents Juanita and William in Woodruff, South Carolina on the 31st of August 1969. He graduated from Albert Einstein High School. On February 27th,1990 Tony welcomed his son, Ryan Morgan, into the world. Tony Warren explored many ventures of life such as an animal driver for NIH and being a carrier for First Call, where he was loved by his customers in the Maryland/D.C. area. He found his career as a printer technician for Westat, where he worked until the time of his passing.
Tony Warren was a devout father to Ryan and had recently become a grandfather, or Pop-Pop, to his first grandson, Zavier. Tony Warren was avid lover of music while also being a skilled and beautiful singer, himself. Even as a child ,Riphawk, would sing everything for church hymns to commercial jingles. He also found passion in perfecting the craft of playing the trumpet. Tony also had many other joys in life, such as motorcycle riding, playing cards, and karaoke. He had recently begun the process of building a house in the Frederick, Maryland area for Crystal Gaither and himself to make into their forever home. If ever in need of a laugh, a helping hand, or a shoulder to lean on Tony Warren was never too far away and would always answer the call. He will truly be missed by family, friends, and all that knew him.
The funeral services for William ‘Tony’ Anthony Warren will be held at Norbeck Community Church on Freedom Day June 19th, 2021.
Flowers and condolences may be offered at 2631 Norbeck Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20906
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