Randy Warren

  • Born: August 11, 1954
  • Died: February 22, 2015
  • Location: Spartanburg, South Carolina

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235 North Church Street
Spartanburg, SC 29306

Tel. (864) 582-5451

Tribute & Message From The Family


Charles Randall "Randy" Warren, 60, of Spartanburg, SC, died Sunday, February 22, 2015, at Spartanburg Medical Center. Born August 11, 1954, in Spartanburg County, he was the son of Evelyn Melton Warren of Spartanburg and the late Charles H. Warren.

A graduate of Spartanburg High School, Randy was an avid diver and fisherman. He was employed with H & L Accessories and was a member of Glendale Baptist Church.

In addition to his mother, survivors include his son, Chris Warren (Shannon) of Inman, SC; daughter, Randi Marie Thomas (Cam) of Powdersville, SC; grandchildren, Conor Warren, Audrey Thomas, and Maeve Thomas; brother, David Warren of Inman; and special companion, Kathy.

Visitation will be 6:00-8:00 PM Friday, February 27, 2015, at Floyd's Greenlawn Chapel, 2075 E. Main St., Spartanburg, SC 29307. The family plans a private service at a later date.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be made to Glendale Baptist Church, PO Box 268, Glendale, SC 29346.

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Rest in Peace my "Dear Friend".

You fought a Great Fight to the very end.

I will remember the laughs we had on the business trips we took and the COLD snowy night we spent in Buffalo, NY; one time.

I will miss you and you will be missed !

Your friend John.

Posted by John T Simms - Greer, SC - Friend   March 01, 2015

Randy Warren was a once in a lifetime friend. If you knew him then you know what I mean by that. My wife Shannon and I both worked with him for many many years and we both consider ourselves blessed to have had him in our lives for the time that we did. He taught me invaluable lessons, shared with me unselfishly and made us laugh constantly. Our lives were better because Randy was a part of it. He will truly be missed.

Posted by Ashley and Shannon Tingle - Reidville, SC - Friend and CoWorker   February 28, 2015

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I didn't know Randy that well but he always seemed like a very nice person. I knew David and his mom but had seen and talked to Randy a few times and he was very sweet and friendly. And to Evelyn and David: I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Sharon Lane - tarpon springs, FL - FriendAnd to Evelyn,   February 27, 2015

Quiet spoken,never said anything bad about his fellow man,loved motorcycles,always a friendly smile,these things I remember most about Randy.....His family are as good as they come..Miss Evelyn,and Papa Chink always welcomed you with a smile.His oldest son Chris is as fine a man as you will ever know .Randy's fight at the end of his life,was to define him as a true fighter for his love of life and family...He will always be remembered.!

Posted by Johnny Greenway - Inman, SC - brother- in -law   February 27, 2015

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To the family of Randy you are in my prayers. I will always remember Randy
while he was growing up in Glendale next door to us on Broadway.
He was such a fine young. I remember him being very active in the church.
May God Bless all of you, Ray Price and family

Posted by Ray Price - Glendale, SC - Friend of family   February 27, 2015

MAY GOD GIVE EACH AND EVERY PERSON THAT KNOWS RANDY AND HIS FAMILY PEACE AND CONFORT KNOWING WE WILL SEE HIM AGAIN.
MAY GOD REST HIS SOUL.

Posted by David Pugh - pauline, SC - neighborhood friend   February 27, 2015

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Remembering a fellow classmate.

Posted by Amelia Easler Wall - Classmate   February 26, 2015

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I am a fortunate one!! I got 20 years of Randy,,, as the tears meet my cheeks, the memories only bring smiles :)

Posted by Kim Garrett - Friend   February 26, 2015

I grew up in the same neighborhood as Randy. He was a good guy. He will be missed.Prayers for his family.

Posted by Diane Mccartha ANderson - moore, SC - friend   February 26, 2015

What a great friend. Randy and I have known each other longer than I care to say. Trust me when I say we have shared some experiences that I will never forget or repeat. Whether it be Nascar racing, playing golf or shuffling cards, Randy had his own style and we all loved him for it. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family. I will miss you much my friend.

Posted by Ray and Nancy, Marie, Joey and Carolyn and Craig and Libby Black - SPARTANBURG, SC - Friend.   February 25, 2015

Dear Chris, thinking of all of you at this time. Praying for peace and comfort in the days ahead as you miss your loved one. Sorry Conor will not have his Grandfather growing up for Randy seemed to love him so much. Take care of your Grandmother as she has lost your Grandfather not too long ago and now her son. Love and prayers to each of you.

Posted by Nancy and John Rollins - Duncan, SC - Shannon's Aunt   February 25, 2015