Timothy Fred Warren

Timothy Fred Warren
Timothy Fred Warren

Timothy Fred Warren, 75, of Amarillo, TX passed away on December 7, 2020.

Private family services will be at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with The Rev. Jo Roberts Craig officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Timothy was born in Amarillo, TX on August 24, 1945, to Willis and Jean Warren. He played football for Amarillo High School. Timothy served as a staff sergeant in the United States Marines in 1967. He served in the Vietnam War for 13 months. He was honorably discharged in January of 1973. Timothy graduated from the University of Texas with a Petroleum Landman degree.

Survivors include his wife, Denise Warren, of the home; daughters, Julie Rhea Hawkins, of Weatherford, TX, Debbie Marie Phillips, of Amarillo, TX, and Reggie Wajerski, of Allen, TX; grandsons, Jacob Todd Phillips, of San Marcos, TX, Keyon Drake Phillips, of Lago Vista, TX, Jack Wajerski, and Chris Wajerski, both of Allen, TX; brothers, Ricky Warren, of Hurst, TX, and John Warren, of Chicago, IL; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Jean Warren and Willis Fred Warren; and brother, Willis Warren.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to The Wounded Warrior Project, or to St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.

25 Replies to “Timothy Fred Warren”

  1. Denise we are so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing, he was such a wonderful guy. I think of he and Larry and Larry Brown going to night school such determination! God bless you I know he was your soulmate.

  2. Dennis – Tim was a wonderful person that will be missed by all. It was my pleasure to have played football with Tim at AHS. You and all your family are in my thoughts and prayers. May the Good Lord replace the feelings of loss with wonderful memories of Tim.

  3. Denice, I am so sorry about Tim. I didn’t know Tim personally but wish I had because he had to be a great person to be married to you. I have really enjoyed our talks and hope I have helped in some small way. My Prayers are with you and the family. If I can do anything please let me know.
    Carolyn Hightower

  4. Tim will be missed by many for a long time. Other than playing with my family and my dad, my favorite golf memory of all time is from playing against Tim in a match play tournament. Nothing to do with golf, but because of the four hours I got to spend with him – I remember that day like it was yesterday. Tim could make you feel like you were the only person in the world every time he saw you. This is a tough one, but Denise and the family should know that Tim leaves behind a lot of folks who dearly love him.

  5. Denise, I am so sorry you had to lose your soulmate. I didn’t
    know him, but if he deserved you, he had to be an awesome
    guy. You are in my prayers.

  6. “Timba” will certainly be missed. You could always count on Tim for an “opinion” if you needed one! I always found Tim to be a genuine, fair and loyal man that cared and loved so deeply his loving wife Denise.

  7. Denise I am so sorry to hear about Tim’s passing. I always thought he was a great guy. All three of my grandsons worked on the golf course in the summers, and knew him and really liked him.
    My Grandson Will Baxter called me last night before I had a chance to call him to let him know about Tim. He was very sad to hear it. My prayers are with you and your family. I also pray that God will give you the peace and comfort He gave me when Shorty passed away.

  8. Denise, I am thinking of you and your family during this sad time. Tim was a great guy and he will be missed. Love and prayers to all of you.
    Patty Gray Wills

  9. I’m so sorry to hear this. I have so many fond memories of Tim. I’m at a loss for words as to the sadness this brings. RIP Brother. You will be missed. My prayers go out to Denise and family.

  10. Tim will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Denise, please know we are here for you. Prayers for Tim and you. 💔

  11. Tim accomplished so much in life. He loved to learn. There is so much more to say and hopefully some day we can get together and celebrate Tim’s life.
    Love ya Tim and God Bless You Denise

  12. I am sad to hear of Tim’s passing. Tim was a great friend and I really enjoyed our lengthy discussions and golf games over the years. He made me laugh many times and I am better for knowing him. Tim was a good, fair, and a thoughtful man. Denise, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  13. Rest In Peace Mr. Warren! It was always a pleasure chatting with you and cleaning your golf clubs at ACC. My thoughts are with you Mrs. Warren.

    Stephen Trimble

  14. So sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers continue for the family. May God grant you peace and comfort in the days ahead. Love to all.

  15. Hate to read the news about Tim. . .He was one of the “good guys” I met out at TCC playing golf 40 years ago. . .He was always friendly and fun to be around no matter when or where I saw him and was a good “bud” to all his golf pals. . .My prayers go out to his family for their loss !!!! . . .God Bless and RIP Timmy !!!!

  16. So sorry for Tim’s passing. I have great memories from high school and on through the years. Prays to you and the family.

  17. You are one of my dearest friends aling with Denise. I have known and loved you both since the first grade. I will pray for Denise and family because I know you are in a better place. You were my first crush in the fourth grade. You were always a caring and kind person. You will be deeply missed.

  18. Very sad news. I remember Tim as a really good guy. My thoughts are with Denise and the family.
    Di Johnston (Batson)

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