John Warrener Memorial Service – July 19

DrWarrenerThis announcement comes from John’s web site:

A Celebration Of Life Memorial Service will be held Sunday, July 19, 2015, from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm, on the grounds of Saint Anne Shrine, a place where John found great comfort and peace.

All who know or love John are welcome to attend. Please dress comfortably with respect for this holy place of God.

Saint Anne Shrine
16 Church Street
Fiskdale, MA. 01518
Sunday, July 19, from 12 Noon Until 4 P.M.

The following obituary is appearing in several local papers. Clearly John Warrener was a person of hidden depths, including a Ph.D.!

Dr. John J. Warrener went to heaven early Friday morning, June 19, 2015, peacefully, with his very close personal friend by his side, at his home in Massachusetts. Dawn will carry on, in his footprints!

Dr. Warrener leaves his brother, Joseph Warrener of Seekonk, MA., His uncle, Phillip Ferris, his cousins, Anita, Geraldine and Kathleen, his good friend Jennifer of CT. and thousands of friends all over the world.

John was born in Providence, RI. in 1952, son of the late John F. Warrener and Sarah F. Warrener. John grew up in Seekonk, MA. and graduated from high school. He then worked Several jobs to put himself through eleven years of college.

Dr. Warrener graduated with degrees from Rhode Island College. John then obtained several more college degrees and earned his doctorate in music education.

John’s writing has been published in peer-reviewed literature on several occasions.

He was a big fan and friend of both Jim Nabors and Tony Orlando, who each influenced his future in music.

John was also a singer and musician who enjoyed performing, and entertaining audiences. He enjoyed creating shows and theatrical productions for others as well, but, most important to him is that he loves his family, friends, students and patrons.

Dr. Warrener was a music teacher for over 35 years, positively influencing the lives of thousands of young people through music education and the performing arts. He retired from teaching.

Dr. Warrener was then self employed, generously and selflessly helping people, all over the world.

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