Wallace R. WarrenSeptember 25,2013Wallace R. Warren
WINDSOR ó Wallace R. Warren, died September 23, 2013.
Wally was born February 6, 1943, in Norwalk, CT, to Irving and Margaret (Myott) Warren.
He moved to Vermont at the age of 4, and entered the U.S. Army at the age of 16. He was honorably discharged in 1963. He married Margaret Stratton on July 17, 1965, at St. Peterís Church in Rutland.
He worked as a mechanical inspector for most of his career, and retired from Pine Tree Castings in Newport, N.H.
He leaves his wife of 48 years, Margaret, and two children: a son, John Michael and a daughter, Michelle K.W. Wood and her husband, Cliff. He also leaves five grandsons, John, Alex, Justin, Christopher and Dillon; seven brothers-in-law; seven sister-in-laws, and nieces and nephews too numerous to list.
At Wallyís request, there will be no calling hours. Private burial will be at a later date at the Veteransí Cemetery in Randolph, VT.
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