Derin  Warren


Derin Warren, 63, of Weatherford, passed away on Monday, April 29, 2019. Memorial service: 11:00 AM, Saturday, May 11, 2019, St. Stephen Catholic Chapel, 211 South Main Street, Weatherford, Texas 76086.
Derin was born on November 20, 1955 in San Antonio, Texas to Dorman and Gilda Warren. He was awarded the highest rank of Eagle Scout from the Boy Scouts of America. In 1979, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Tarleton State University. He worked as an environmental permitting coordinator.
Derin married Vivian Hewlett on December 28, 1979 in Rainbow, Texas. He was a loyal and loving husband, father, brother, and uncle.
Derin was endlessly patient and even-tempered. He suffered cancer with stoicism and dignity. He loved gardening, reading, and travel.
Derin is survived by his wife: Vivian Warren, daughter: Alice Collazo and husband Aaron, mother: Gilda Warren, siblings: Perin Warren and wife Judy, and Kerin Levy and husband Jake, sister-in-law: Lisa Lentz and husband Ronald, nephews: Nathan Warren and wife Kayla, Brandon Warren, Andy Triplett Lentz and wife Emily, and Alex Lentz and wife Emily, niece: Madeleine Moehling, and numerous cousins and friends.
Published on May 3, 2019
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Jason Martin
May 10, 2019
Rest In Peace Derin
David Smat
May 04, 2019
It was an honor to know and work with Derin.
Vivian, Alice, and Aaron will be in our prayers.
Nathan Joe Loftice
May 03, 2019
My last conversation with Derin on Earth was filled with a trip down memory lane, as I have know Derin for almost 20 years. We had a great time reflecting back on the past and thinking about the future. When I say I knew Derin, that is hard to do because he was a very quite and private person. I respected Derin because he extremely loved and cared for his family, including his elders. He cared for our environment, people and all living things.
This past Spring, Derin helped us plant blossoming trees which will live on, into the future, supporting life on Earth.

I can picture Derin now at peace in the green pastures along the still waters the Brazos River...Psalm 23

May Peace be wit
...h you Derin. You will be missed but not forgotten.


Nathan Joe Loftice
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