Gregory Ray Warren was born on December 16, 1955 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Raymond Leonard and Helen Irene (Stephens) Warren. He went to his heavenly home on August 1, 2020.
Greg and Kathy were married on November 15, 1980. He enjoyed being around family and was hardly alone as strangers became friends. He devoted himself to his police work and helping others. He loved working at the skating rink and being around all the kids. Greg worked at American Bank System for 39 years with the dream of retiring in December 2020 before his 65th birthday. He was well known for his many hobbies including motorcycle rides on beautiful days and coming home to his wife and chatting after a long day. He enjoyed many rides and day trips with his wife around Oklahoma. His favorite destinations were Vegas and Branson. He truly enjoyed tinkering with the bike, computer, and anything that needed fixing. He was always the first in line to offer a helping hand when anyone needed it. He enjoyed making people laugh and was well known for his stories of the past and his ability to twist history just to get a smile. Like his stories of the years spent in the CIA. Greg's favorite past time was his computer and getting to spend time flying with his flight simulator game.
Greg was preceded in death by his father and his sister, Mary. He is survived by his wife, Kathy, mother, Helen, son, Christopher Warren of Maud, daughter, Stephanie Jackson of OKC, and daughter, Michelle Long of Gardener, KS, along with four grandkids, Austin Warren, Barrett Jackson, Aurora Warren, Jaxon Warren, and twins due in October, 2020.
Memorial service will be Wednesday, August 5, 2:00pm at Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 6501 N.W. 23rd St, Bethany, OK.
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