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Warren Gene Fawcett

Warren Gene Fawcett

Warren Gene Fawcett, age 69, of Yoakum, Texas passed away on Thursday, October 20, 2022.

Please check back for a more detailed life story honoring Warren.

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11/22/22 07:05 AM #1    

Bradley York

I am really sadded out to hear this news.......

Warren was a great friend. We played baseball together in Jr. High and early high school. We were the two best hitters on the team. We didn't see each other again after graduation, but stayed in contact by phone and email while he lived in Pasadena. It was always like being with him. 

It's ironic I was thinking of him only a couple of days ago wanting to call him after Thanksgiving and invite him to come visit at my home in Arkansas. Guess that's going to have to wait now.........

It will be a somber day for me today, but will spend it thinking of all the chocolate malts we drank tegether for hitting home runs after the games. And, the "sitting right next to you" conversations we had on the phone years after high school.

He was a really cool guy. I will miss him till we're sitting next to each other having a chocolate malt in the next world.

Bye Warren. will miss you till then.





11/22/22 10:15 AM #2    

Erwin E. Grimes

I am very sorry to hear this.  Warren played lead guitar for a while in our high school rock band.  He immediately elevated our song list with his abilities to shred with Jimmy Page on Led Zeppelin songs.  He was a good guy and fun to be around.  Warren always challenged us to do it again and play it better.  I am very sorry to hear of his passing too soon.  I hope his family can find comfort in their rememberances of him.

Sincerely, Erwin Grimes

11/22/22 12:15 PM #3    

Steven Allen Leeper

Warren and I were on the Regit/Safari yearbook staff together.  We went to colleges close by as he was at U T and I was at SU.  We had some good times enjoying our turbulent trips to adulthood.  Sadly we hadn't seen each other for many years and lost touch.  Thanks for the memories.

11/22/22 04:37 PM #4    

William B. Thompson

Warren and I became friends at Spring Woods and we stayed in touch thereafter. We shared a love of music, especially of the Beatles variety. I envied Warren for his having lived for a time in London during the 60's. I was always amazed at Warren's vast knowledge of rock music and musicians! Whenever we got together, I suffered his Aggie jokes gladly and laughed along with him. We enjoyed being in the audience along with other friends for Ringo Starr's concert in The Woodlands back in 2014, and Warren had recently told me he was looking forward to more of those Beatles Deluxe Editions. I am thankful that Warren and Debra were able to enjoy some quality retirement time in Yoakum. Rest in Peace, my friend.   

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