Georgia Ann Warren


Georgia Ann "Gram" Warren, beloved mother, grandmother, neighborhood abuela, blessed believer and stranger to none, was united with her Creator on March 26, 2019, after a three-year battle with cancer. She was born on August 17, 1930 in Richland, Nebraska. As a child, she moved to the Omaha area and later worked at the Bank of Omaha for 13 years. During that time she promoted to department head, becoming the first woman to do so. She met and married Joe Warren in 1961 and moved to Houston, TX where she would reside for the next 50 years. Her heart was deeply tied to Aldine First United Methodist Church, and to the lifelong friends she made there. She taught children's Sunday School and was the director of the Preschool and Mother's Day Out Program. She enjoyed reading, following the Astros, laughing at the antics of her pets and loving on every person she met. Her outlook on life, kind words, and beautiful smile brought joy to all.

She was preceded in death by husband Joe Warren. She is survived by son Tom Warren and wife Sue of Montgomery, TX, and daughter Missy Becton and husband Bryan of Palestine, TX. Grandchildren are Holly and Cole Hoskison of Pecan Gap, TX, Drew and Zeynep Becton of Istanbul, Turkey and Ethan Becton of Palestine, TX. Great grandchildren include Justus, Eva, and Ada Hoskison, and Olivia Becton. She is also survived by honorary family members Julie Lopez, Shenan Lopez and Sofia Lopez of Houston. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Many thanks to the Health professionals who compassionately provided the very best care.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a memorial scholarship in her name, to be given to a local high school graduate. If you wish to contribute, please send donations to Missy Becton: 914 Hilltop Dr., Palestine, TX 75801.
Published on April 2, 2019
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Ellen Parker
Apr 06, 2019
I met Georgia when we visited church in 1970. She greeted me warmly and was my closest friend from then on. We shared joys and sorrows and were always there for each other. My memories would fill a book and I will always treasure them. There is an empty place that she left in my heart because no one can take her place.
Pastor Larry Smith
Apr 02, 2019
Georgia was a bright light of God’s love shining in the darkness of this world. As her pastor, I often stopped by her home to be blessed by her gracious smile. Her “Georgia” boxes were a special part of our annual bazaar. She will be missed but never forgotten!