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Millicent Marie Warren


Millicent Marie Warren age 67 of Galena, Ohio died March 28th, 2021 at her home in Galena following a four year battle with leiomyosarcoma. She was born May 31st of 1953 in Ann Arbor Michigan the daughter of Wesley Smith Warren and Roberta Marshall (Molsberry) Warren. Survivors include sisters Betsy Sue Warren and Madelynn Kannen, along with nieces Jennifer Basile and KC Kannen and nephew Maxwell Kannen.  She is also survived by six adorable grand nieces and nephews. Millie worked for the General Motors Corporation for forty three years stationed in Pittsburg, PA, Los Vegas, NV and New Orleans LA. She developed a great number of friendships during this time period with GM dealers and other GM employees. Millie attended high school in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and stayed in close contact with many of her high school friends. Each summer she looked forward to spending time with her Ya Ya group and also Girls on the Dock.  She graduated from The Ohio State University and was a loyal Buckeye her whole life. Millie was responsible for a significant part of the GDP of the USA where she was recognized as one of the top shoppers in the country.  Her love of art was second to none as anyone that visited her home and saw her wonderful collection realized.  She also loved cruising the oceans of the world with her good friends and family. Millie died confident in the resurrection of Jesus Christ and was at peace with Him all throughout her passing.  She loved her church family at the First Presbyterian Church in Grand Rapids, Ohio. Millie asks that instead of flowers or donations that people take a loved one to lunch and tell them how much they are appreciated

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  • Chad Christensen says:

    Millie and I became close friends back prior to getting cancer. We had many business and personal discussions. I really miss those conversations…
    Sorry for OUR loss. God Bless.

  • John Putnam says:

    Our entire family loved Millie as our own! Our time together was always a riot with great food, shopping, laughter! She was a bright light to my children who thought she hung the moon!! We will miss her but know we’ll see here again in Heaven! Can’t wait to see how she decorates/arts it up!! Hotty Toddy Millie!!

  • Debbie Berg says:

    My Very Best Friend for over 55 years. Millie brought art and joy to my life. I was blessed by her friendship and touched to be at her side at the end. My heart is with the family she loved so dearly who loved her with all their hearts.

  • Anne Cole Pierce says:

    Have known and been lucky enough to be a friend of Millie’s since Junior High School. She was always the friendliest, funniest, kindest of women and that never changed. Millie is the reason so many of our highschool girlfriends reconnected, becoming “The Girls on the Dock”, getting together each Summer to, once again, share their lives, laugh a lot, often at something Millie said, and to support each other. Millie was and will always be the heart of The GOTD and will be missed and continue to be greatly loved by all of us. Her family is in our thoughts and prayers. Weren’t we blessed to have known this amazing person. ❤️❤️

  • Jan Harley says:

    Millie will be greatly missed by so many whom loved her dearly! I am part of the Girls on the Dock High School group that adored Millie. Millie was kind and had an amazing sense of humor! I love you Millie and will be ecstatic to see you again in Heaven!

  • Tina Marie Carter says:

    Millie was a classy lady who had the best glasses and jewelry collection I have ever seen. Millie & I work well together and I was really blessed to have spent time with her. I really miss you Millicent Marie Warren. God Bless you Millie and the entire Warren family.

  • Jane E Karr says:

    Millie was a dear friend during my working years at General Motors with her. We had some awesome times. She had a heart of gold and a fantastic sense of humor. I remember laughing ourselves sick at so many funny things. We enjoyed life so much. My life will not be the same without her. She travelled so much and brought me back such wonderful art pieces. I will always see her in the way she “decorated” my home. Go with God dearest Millie
    I love you.

  • Barbro Andren says:

    I was so sorry to hear of Millie’s passing. She was an absolute delight. Smart, funny, kind, caring and generous, the world has indeed lost one on the good ones. My sincere condolences to her family and friends.
    Barbro Andren
    Andover Class of 1971

  • Janis Schilling says:

    I will miss Millie so much! She was deep and sincere, yet hysterically funny all in the same breath. I’m so grateful to have known her since High School and privileged to have shared many summer gatherings with our Girls on the Dock group. The gates of heaven glowed as she entered!!

  • JOHN BENKO says:

    Millie said things like WERE. You never had to guess where she was coming from.
    First met her in 1975 at work in Cleveland, ball of fire and lots of laughs.
    RIP Millie,see you on the other side. I want to hear that laugh.

  • Rodney Strop says:

    So sorry for your loss. I worked with Millie while on the GM Audit Staff for several years. Always found her to be cheerful,agreeable, and hard working. My wife and I have had many discussions about an audit Millie and I did in Washington,DC. Millie’s mom was with her as was my wife, a very enjoyable time during our off hours. We pray for the family.

    Rodney Strop

  • Yvonne McKee says:

    Ode to Millie: Your laughter and quick wit will always be remembered with a smile. Thank you for always reminding us that we don’t have to take life so serious. You brought joy to so many people that came to know you. You will also be remembered for your ‘Class A’ style and the fact that you could light up a room with your humor. I am blessed to have known you in the GM family. My condolences go out to the family and friends that already miss you so much. I know you will be sprinkling glitter from Heaven. You will carry on in our hearts. God bless you.

  • Christy Longrie says:

    Millie was such a bright star in our Girls on the Dock gatherings! She made us laugh and was always so positive. No matter what the circumstances were, Millie was always a source of energy and joy that would lift the people around her! I will miss her. I can hear her laughter and see her beautiful smile. 💕💕💕My heart goes out to Millie’s family.

  • Jessica Loughman says:

    Our family was lucky enough to live across the street from Millie for the past few years. We will miss her light and kindness, and I’m sorry for my boys that they won’t have more of an opportunity to know and appreciate her as they grow — they would have had so much to learn from her. Our prayers for her family and all who were fortunate enough to cross her path.
    Jessica, Jason, Cooper and Emmett

  • Kelly Bradshaw says:

    I was fortunate enough to work with Millie on more than one occasion throughout my career in GM. She was a rare gem that brightened whoevers path she happened to cross. She loved her family and friends, especially her nieces and nephew – just like I do. We had a couple of great little shops in Berkley CA that we loved to visit when she was in town. She touched the lives of many people and will be truely missed. Such a class act 🙂 My sympathies and prayers our with her and her family.

  • Andrea Putnam says:

    Millie, you have been on my mind and in my heart every day but today, in particular, I know your ears were ringing. Callie gave her testament to your love, spirit, and friendship in a speech in front of church. I know you heard it and I’ll be sure to send a copy to your family. Thank you for always believing in us and inspiring us to “Be Brilliant.” Your light is now shining brighter than ever to show us how it’s done. We all love you and miss you dearly.

  • Calliope Putnam says:

    Miss Meema-
    I miss you so, so much. You’ve missed so much down here. I graduated 7th Grade this year… Trace graduated 4th. I’m turning 14 soon… my first birthday without you.

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