DORIS PAULINE WARREN

Funeral services for Doris Pauline Warren, 91, of Killeen, TX will be at 10AM Tuesday, October 30, 2018 at the First Baptist Church of Killeen; Pastor Randy Wallace officiating.

Mrs. Warren died October 11, 2018 in Copperas Cove, TX. She was born in Erath County on June 30, 1927 to Albert and Elzora Owens.

Preceded in death by her parents, husband Doyle L. Warren (AKA Cotton or Bud), grandson Justin B. Warren and her sister Helen Remington of Duncanville, TX.

Survived and will be missed by son Larry D. Warren of Killeen; daughter Marky Titus (Rick Gosselin) of Killeen, TX; and son Sammy Warren (Florence) of Troy, TX; grandsons Eric Warren (Brandi), and Jason Warren (Lauren) of Troy, TX; Jonathan Gosselin and Christopher Gosselin of Burbank, CA; and Mark Tyson Johnson of the Dallas area; granddaughter Tosha Titus of Ohio; great-grandsons: Keegan, Asher, Lucca, Jackson, Josh and Zach; great-granddaughters: Aubreigh and Ashley; brother-in-law Randall Warren (Sharon) of Frisco, TX; in addition many nieces, nephews, countless dear friends and Sassy.

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jgray5761

I knew Mrs. Warren and her family as I grew up. Larry and I were best friends for a long time. I was included in many of their family trips/vacations and treated as a family member. Mrs. Warren was a very loving and kind person whom I wish I could have gotten a chance to let her know just how much I appreciated what all she did for me as a kid from down the street. I know that her leaving will leave a large hole in the family's hearts but she will be there when they get to heaven.

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