Warren A. Love


Warren Adrian Love, 54, passed away Saturday, September 24, 2011 at Mt. Carmel East Hospital of heart failure. Warren was born August 14, 1957 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Bobbie Jean Love and Warren Allen Love, who survives. Warren is preceded in death by his brothers; Derrick Allen Love, and Neal Steven Love. Warren is survived by brother; Don Love (Tina); sister-in-law; Linda Love; nieces; Shonda Love-Wright (Virgil), Stephanie Love; nephews; Steven Allen Love, Jaron Kirkling, Don Love; Anthony Love, TiAnte Boynton-Wright; great nieces; Eriana Armstrong-Wright, Monee’ Wright, Shamarra Farr, Savannah Armstrong-Wright; Stephanie Armstrong; great nephew;Ja’on Kirkland. Warren was a champion and protector of children,his children included; Jamole Callahan, Shawn Miller, David Wellman, Thomas Wellman and countless others. Warren was a graduate and football player for Kent State University, and Mifflin High School, a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, and Judah Christian Community Church. Warren was also a social worker for Children Services and Youth Advocate. Warren touched countless lives with his charismatic smile, sense of humor and his amazing love for life. A special thank you to Dr. Norman Schwarts for his dedication and years of excellent care of Warren, and all other extended brothers and sisters and mothers that brought joy into his life. A special THANK YOU to The Jones, Howard, Burt and Johnson Families for always being there and being a special part of Warrens life. He will be forever loved, cherished and missed by all who knew him.

Condolence Messages

  1. Love Family and Friends,

    We are so sorry for your loss. Warren was a great person and a special friend to us.

    Love and Peace,
    Greg and Sandy Provo

  2. The Staff at HealthPro Homecare

    Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this difficult time.

  3. To my buddie, friend, gambling buddie… I Miss You! I Love You! You were like a brother to me and I will miss all the good times we shared together.
    Kevin Jones

  4. The Kent State Reunion Committee

    Warren Love…our class mate and friend! It was such a blessing to see you after all these years during our Kent State Reunion on August, 20th in Cleveland! We so enjoyed your presence, smile and great sense of humor…..something that we will always treasure. We know that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Our thoughts and prayers are with you: Darrell Pugh, Brenda Sparks, Darryl Hoyett, Pamela Jackson-Rencher, Greg "es;Chilly"es; Jackson, Linda Jackson, Tyrone "es;Cubby"es; Johnson and Lillian "es;Tootise"es; Rudd.

  5. Paula Hairston Smith and Family

    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of such a wonderfully funny , full of life man. He will truly be missed. I haven't seen him in years (High School) but the thought of his voice and laugh brings a smile to my face and lifts my soul. I hope that's what people remember in order to console them. Love, Paula

  6. My heart goes out to the Love family Don hang in there you have so many brothers to lean on call me any time 571 278 8060 love you guys always.

  7. Richard Turnbo Jr.

    Always a true friend greeting me with his great smile. A true advocate for the youth. You will be greatly missed.

  8. Michael Rainbow / NYAP

    Warren celebrated his life by giving to others. His service to foster youth through the National Youth Advocate Program was instrumental in inspiring youth to choose a more positive and fulfilling life.
    Roberto Clemente and Jackie Robinson both said that a life is only important if it has an impact on others.
    Warren's life was important to many.

  9. Marian Richardson

    You were a warm and caring human being. We enjoyed having you as our advocate during our many years of foster care. You provided so much support to the Wright, Davis, and Richardson family as our friend and advocate. We love you and you will forever be in our hearts.

  10. To the family – my sincere condolences for the loss of your son, brother, uncle (father and friend). Warren was so many things!

    Warren had a great love for life, and a genuine love for people. One of my most profound memories will be when I saw him last in the hospital and he opened his eyes wide as silver dollars and said "es;This Is Beautiful"es;. I first thought he was looking at me, but after quick reflection I realized that he was seeing through me and far beyond. Perhaps he saw a glimpse of Heaven, or his mother's smile, a brother or friend? I don't/won't know what he saw, but it was at that moment I REALLY knew that he was okay. Wow! God’s speed my friend – I will miss you much! Love, Peace and Blessings.
    the hospital and he opened his eyes as wide as silver dollars and said "es;This Is Beautiful"es;. I first thought he was looking at me, but after reflecting on that a moment I realized that he was looking right through me and far beyond. Perhaps he was seeing a glimps of Heaven's Gate, or his mother's smile, a brother or friend? I don't, won't know what he saw but it as as that moment I knew he was okay! He felt God's peace, Wow! To my friend I say farewell. I will miss you much.

  11. Kim Howard and Family

    To the family of Warren:
    Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted. (Matt. 5:4). Warren was good person with a warm heart and a beautiful smile, and will be truly missed. May God bless you and keep you in His care, during your time of sorrow.

  12. To the Love family:
    I'm very sorry about your loss. May God Bless and comfort you.

  13. My prayers are sent to you the family, may the peace of the Lord embrace you.

  14. Please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. This is one of the most difficult things we must face in this life. May it comfort you to know that others are deeply touched by your loss. But the bible assures us at Psalms 34:18 that God is near to those broken in heart and those crushed in spirit he saves. He also promises that we will be able to see our loved ones again. Jesus own words found at John 5:28,29 tells us there will be a resurrection. What a wonderful hope! He also says that soon on the earth there will be no more pain, suffering and especially death. Revelation 21:3-5 We anxiously await the day when we will no longer lose those we love. May these bible thoughts bring you comfort at this most difficult time.

  15. I wish I would have known. Just being your nieghbor for ten years; you made a major impact in my life. I sure do miss you. I love you and send my love to all the family.

  16. thank you for every thing uncle warren i love you sooooo much yhu impacted my life in soo many ways… cant wait to see you in heaven 🙂

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