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Doris Mae Warren

03/24/1959 - 09/20/2022

Doris Mae Warren, born March 24, 1959 in Fort Ord, California was called home to the Lord on September 20, 2022. There she was rejoined with her son and many other loved ones. Left to carry on her tradition is her husband; Len Warren and two daughters (Sami and Kasi). Her legacy will also be carried for many years through her 11 grandchildren (Michael, Dakoyta, Joe, Daniel, Matthew, Jackson, Ellie, Sam, Leah, and Max) in addition to her close friends (of which there are many). As a faithful believer, she believed in people helping other people and lived her life this way. To say she changed the lives of others, is a mild statement to the impact her life had on others.  She enjoyed spending time with friends and family, working, cooking, bowling, learning to paint and most any other event that allowed her to interact with others. Her sweet soul brought many smiles and much joy to this world.  She had a voice that could fill a room and a laugh that was contagious.  It goes without saying that she is greatly loved and will be missed. A celebration of life will take place at a later date.

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  • Paulette Christopher

    I was a coworker of Doris’s. I only had a few direct interactions with her but she was always kind, sweet, engaging, caring, inspiring, and dedicated to both Veterans and her coworkers. She always brought some sweetness and joy to my day. I will miss her very much.
    I am thinking of her family and sending prayers for healing to all of you.
    Paulette Christopher
    VA Psychologist

  • Prayers for comfort to all of her family.

  • We worked at the SE clinic together. I retired 3 years ago. But Doris was always a friend, I know she will be missed tremendously. Prayers for healing and grace for you and your family.

  • I met Doris when she started working for CRH; and I immediately was taken under her wing, she was a blessing to get to know her, as I looked forward to every interaction I had with Doris, no matter how we felt at the beginning of a conversation, we always ended it with laughter. My heart goes out to her family to have to say good-bye to a true angel. She will continue to protect and love everyone of us in her own special way.
    God Bless,
    Tracy

  • You were the best coworker and friend a person could have love ya

  • Always a joy filled spirit at work. Looked to assist others in any fashion. Prayers and condolences to her family and loved ones in this time of grief.

  • I will always miss you Mama, until we meet again. Your legacy will live on because you gave all of us your huge heart.

  • What a beautiful soul. She truly would give her all for everybody. She was strong and determined to see things done right. She definitely carried a spirit of light. To know her was to love her. I am happy for her to be in the presence of Jesus but saddened for her family, friends, and those who won’t get the opportunity to meet her here.

  • I worked at the SE clinic in Radiology as an MSA and she was an MSA upstairs and we talked together and had lunch together she was always friendly. I am going to miss her very much she helped me one time when i fell in the back before COVID took over she was such a wonderful person she will be missed by everyone. Condolences to her family prayers🙏🙏🙏. When there is a service or funeral or whatever the plans let me know so i can come. RIP Doris i love you very much you were s great friend and i always liked your laugh. Condolences and prayers sorry for your loss.

  • I met Doris at our place of employment. She had such a great laugh and smile, and always went out of her way to help others. She would just light up when she would see my therapy dog and was very kind to both of us. She will be missed by many people. My heart goes out to her loved ones and family members.

  • Doris will always hold a special place in our hearts. She was my “sister from another mister”. She is an amazing friend who has always been a guiding light on my family’s and my path in life. Her sense of humor, quick-witttedness, kindness towards others, and compassion to be the difference in someone’s life will be greatly missed. We love you and will continue to be here for your family and carry on the compassion you had to help so many. 💜🇺🇸🐾

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