Martha Ann Warren, born, July 15, 1954 went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Wednesday, August 26, 2009 at the age of 55. Martha was loved and will be missed by family and friends. Martha was a member of the House of Prayer Evangelism (H.O.P.E.) Center. She loved to sing, praise, and worship and to play her tambourine. She leaves to cherish her memory, a husband of 30 years, W. Gene Warren; a daughter, Jenae R. Warren (San Antonio, TX) and two sons, Mondelle M. Warren and John V. Warren (San Antonio TX); six sisters, Doris Parker and Betty Hampton (Kansas City, MO); Patricia Coleman, Myrtle Hattix, Carolyn Green, and Donna Johnson (Omaha, NE); one brother, Vernon Johnson, Jr. (Kansas City, KS); five sister-in-laws, Jerlene Turner (Akron, OH); Anita Meeks and Bernice Carrington (Roxboro, NC); Lois Woods and Leslie Warren (Newark, NJ); and eight brother-in-laws, Paul Parker (Kansas City, MO); Willie Coleman (Omaha, NE); Clarence Warren (Virgilina, VA), Timothy Warren, John Warren, and Franklin Warren (Roxboro, NC); Carlton Warren (Greensboro, NC); and Christopher Warren (Washington, DC), and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. Visitation will be Monday, August 31, 2009, from 5:00 PM 8:00 PM at the HOPE Center, 4545 North Loop 1604 West. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, 1 August, 2009, 10:45 AM at the HOPE Center. Interment will follow with arrival at Ft Sam National Crematory at 1:00 PM. Arrangements are under the direction of MeadowLawn Memorial Park & Crematory, 5611 E. Houston St., San Antonio TX 78220.

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  1. Gene, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time of sorrow.

  2. Martha was a darling lady whose company we enjoyed so much when we visited one another. We will miss her and think of her often. She made wonderful first impressions with all our family. We bestow our heartfelt condolences to Gene and children and their entire family. You are all in our prayers.

  3. Martha will be truly missed, I am sorry for your loss. May Jesus hold you in the palm of his hand and provide comfort and support whenever you need his strength.

  4. Uncle Gene, I just wanted to take this time to offer my condolances and prayers to you, Mondelle, Jenae and John. Even though I only met Aunt Martha once I know she will truly be missed. Know that God does not make mistakes he only takes the best. Psalm 30:5 says “Weeping may endure for a night but Joy comes in the Morning” Lovingly Submitted Your Neice

  5. TO GENE & FAMILY I WOULD LIKE TO GIVE MY HEART FELT SORROW TO YOU & THE FAMILY IN YOUR GREAT LOST OF MARTHA, WIFE & MOTHER. I HAVEN’T BEEN ABLE SAY ANYTHING ON THE LOST OF MY FRIEND, & SISTER IN THE LORD. I WILL MISS HER LOVE SHE SHOWED, HER SMILE, WHICH TOLD IT ALL FOR MARTHA. MAY GOD COMFORT YOU ALL IN YOUR TIME OF SORROW. LOVE SISTER BAKER

  6. Gene, Mondelle, Jenae and John–our dear brother and children–we offer our deepest condolences on the loss of your wife and mother. We love her and will miss her more than we can ever say. Martha was a very dear and precious sister and friend. Our children lovingly referred to her as their other mom. Her gentle love and devotion to her Lord, family and friends was truly inspirational. Regardless of what was going on or how bad things may’ve been, Martha took every opportunity to praise the Lord and seek His face. She was stedfast in her faith and worship. She sought the Lord continually. She wanted to get it right. We therefore are greatly comforted in our firm belief that our Martha is sleeping in Christ Jesus, waiting for His return when He will raise her and all of the faithful to eternal life according to His promises. May the Lord God grant you peace, comfort and strength in the knowledge of His love, mercy and coming.

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