Charles Huston Warren, 82 of 8420 Possum Trot Road, St. Joseph, Ky.died on Wednesday, April 7, 2004 at his home. Mr. Warren was born in Daviess County, Ky. to the late John Felix and Camilla Beavins Warren. He was a retired farmer and heavy equipment operator and served as a former deputy sheriff. He was a World War II veteran, a member of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, Kentucky Colonel, loved barbecuing and playing cards. He is preceded in death by his wife; Ann Theresa Warren and son Thad H. Warren. Surviving are his son; Timothy H. Warren of South Carolina, daughters; VeronicaRoniReisz of Whitesville, Ky. and seven grandchildren; Dustin, Jared and Cory Warren, Cody and Haley Warren, Nicole and Clinton Reisz, one brother; Thomas Leroy Warren of Louisville, Kentucky and one sister; Joyce Warren of West Louisville, Ky. Services are 10:00am. Saturday at St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, visitation from 2:00 to 8:00pm. Friday and 8:00 to 9:30am. Saturday, prayers; 5:00pm. Friday. Burial in St. Alphonsus Cemetery in St. Joseph, Ky. Reverend Greg Trawick will be officiating.

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  1. Dear Veronica and Tim~

    I so hated to hear the news of Uncle Huston’s passing this morning. I feel so sad for you and all of the grand children. I know it is not easy losing a father. Please know how much I loved Uncle Huston and Aunt Theresa. At the

  2. Dear Veronica and Tim and whole Warren family,

    Yet we lose another of the famous Warren Brothers. The passing of Uncle Huston gives me peace in knowing that he is again joined with his beloved Theresa and Thad. We will all meet again, and I’m sure it

  3. Roni and Tim: I know you know you had the best dad in the whole world. He always had such wonderful stories to share and loved all of you and was so proud of all you do. I remember what a tough time he had getting his new teeth and how he would carry the

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