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1: Phyllis Carol Warren 1940-2005 | Father Vernon M. Warren 1917-1997 | Mother Clara Leona Bailey May 25, 1916 | Great-Grandfather Alvoran Delos Bailey 1870-1950 | Great-Granmother Etta Elizabeth Ringle 1884-1947 | Great-Grandfather Ivan H Warren 1880 - 1941 | Great-Granmother Edna Helen Shaw 1883-1961 | Great, Great-Grandfather John A. Bailey 1833-1910 | Great, Great-Granmother Elizabeth Vangeson Smith | Great, Great-Grandfather Rueben Ringle 1862-1950 | Great, Great-Granmother Lucina Ellen Cook 1861-1951 | Great, Great-Grandfather Oscar Warren 1839-1912 | Great, Great-Granmother Helen McIntyre 1845-1908 | Great, Great-Grandfather Horace Benton Shaw 1838-1914 | Great, Great-Granmother Ella Martha Howe 1847-1899

2: Phyllis' Paternal Grandparents | Ivan H. Warren (age 26) and Edna Helen Shaw (age 22) June 1906 | Grandpa Ivan and Grandma Edna Ivan , born number five of six children to Oscar and Helen Warren, was raised on a 160 acre farm in Nashville, Michigan. He attended God's Bible School where he studied to be a missionary. While there, he met his wife, Edna Helen Shaw, who was from Pennsylvania. They were married in June 1906. and immediately traveled to India where they served two as missionaries. Due to illness they returned in 1908 back home to Nashville. Ivan, with his family, would move from town to town working as a minister. Together they would have five children, Helen, Kenneth, Delmar, Dorothy, and Vernon.

3: Phyllis' Maternal Grandparents | Alvoran Delos Bailey (age 33) and Etta Elizabeth Ringle (age 20) December 25th, 1904 | Grandpa Alvaron Delos Bailey Born in Illinois in 1870, Alvoran moved to Michigan around 1900 to work as a farmer. He was the first person in the area to own a car (called a Dort car). When he was around 30 years old, he was accidently poisoned by carbon monoxide while warming up his car in the garage and as a result was mentally impaired and unable to drive or farm again after that. He lived with Vernon and Clara and would often sit on the porch smoking his pipes. He died in 1950. Grandma Etta Ringle Bailey Etta was born in 1884 in Michigan. Se lived with Vernon and Clara as well until around 1947. She was caring and patient with her grandchildren, and always had fresh baked cookies and baked bread with brown sugar on top around for the grandbabies. She died of cancer in 1947. Children: Olive Irene, Roy Clifford, Clara Leona, and Earl Alvaron

4: Vernon and Clara Warren | Vernon Warren, was born February 12, 1917 in Modderville, Michigan. Clara Leona Bailey Warren was born May 25, 1916 at home in North Star, Michigan. They met in high school and attended the same church, but did not date until later. They were married March 30, 1939. They lived for several years on a farm there in North Star but moved down to Florida sometime in the late 1950's. Together they had seven children, Dale, Phyllis, Janice, Dale, Virginia, Ron, and Paul. Vernon worked as a farmer, factory worker, a short stint in the Army, and a construction worker. Grandma worked in the factory during the war, Grandma worked at a bomber plant during the war, made and sold pies for a restaurant in Florida and also worked in the lunchroom. She loved to crochet, read the Bible, work puzzles and make cookies with her grandchildren. Vernon died in 1997. Clara divides her time between her two daughters in Lakeland and Fort Myers, Florida. She is currently 96 years old.

5: Phyllis Carol Warren Born at home in North Star, Michigan on December 25th, 1940 at 9:45 on a Wednesday night. Grandma Bailey helped with the delivery. Weight 6 lbs, 21 inches long Brown hair, brown eyes She was baptized at church on her first Easter. She was walking by December 20, 1941. Her first words were "ouch" and '"cow". | Phyllis 6 months old

6: Baby Girl Phyllis Somewhere between 3 month and 1.5 years Photographed in front of Grandma Warren's house in Vermontville, Michigan

7: Phyllis and David 2 and 3 years old | The Warren Family circa 1944 | A brother is a friend by nature | Phyllis and David 6 months and 18 months

8: When you look at your life, the greatest happinesses are family happinesses. ~Joyce Brothers | Phyllis, Janice, and David Six, Two, and Seven years old | Clara Warren, Phyllis, David, Janice, and Dale Circa 1952

9: 13 years old | Circa 1955, North Star Michigan

10: First A Brother Now A Friend David and Phyllis | 6 and 7 years old Lake Superior

11: Phyllis riding her bike 8 years old | Vernon with the kids at Lake Superior David, Phyllis, and Janice 7, 6, and 3 years old

12: School Age Pictures | 7 Years Old | 8 Years Old | 10 Years Old | Great Grand Father | 13 Years Old | 14 Years Old | 11 Years Old

13: A Family Favorite Picture

14: 1959

16: Churchmanship Award In 1959, Phyllis was awarded the Churchmanship Award. She was given a 10 day all expense paid trip to International Youth Camp in Estes Park, Colorado by the First Church of the Nazarene of Fort Myers. She memorized 139 verses of script, as part of a church project she doubled the attendance at Sunday School classes and won a soul to Christ each month during the nine months of the contest. She was voted president and most outstanding young person by the Nazarene Young Peoples Society and received a 2/3 majority of votes of the Florida District Young Peoples Council and that of the district superintendent and her pastor, which were necessary for her to win. For her project outside of church, she participated in the Future Nurses Club at Fort Myers High School and worked one night a week at Lee Memorial Hospital. She also was required to show herself cooperative in school where one reprimand would have disqualified her.

17: Trevecca Nazarene College | 1959-1961 Nashville, Tenn. Member of the Missionary Prayer Band, Treble Tone Chorus, the Florida Club, and reporter for the Missionary Fellowship Club, She also played on the Delta Basketball team. | 1961 | 1959 | 1960 | 1960 | Freshman

18: Nursing cape 1962 | Gatlinburg, TN | Anita Kinslow and Phyllis Fall Retreat 1962 | Gatlinburg, TN

19: Christmas 1962 | At home, 1963 | Daytona Beach 1963 | Daytona Beach 1963

20: Mid-State Baptist Hospital School of Nursing Nashville, Tennessee | Phyllis- Senior Year Nursing School Member of the Glee Club, Basketball team, editor of her senior yearbook, "The Adventurer." | Freshman | Junior | 1961 | Taken from her senior yearbook | 1964

21: June 2, 1962 Capping Ceremony

22: Phyllis and Don In front of Grandma Mason's House Smyrna, Tennessee 1963 | Well, at least we know they had a one hobby in common!

23: Don Mason & Phyllis | Wedding Shower 1964

24: Phyllis and Don Married on May 22, 1964, Nashville, TN | Don, Phyllis, Flora, and Elizabeth

25: Flora Mason, Don and Phyllis

26: Donald and Phyllis | 1972 | 1969

28: Donald, Phyllis and Kathryn circa 1966

29: Scott, Phyllis, Donald, and Kathryn March 1970 | Kathryn, Phyllis, Scott and Donald September 1970

30: 1973

31: 1988

32: 1993

33: 1993

34: Phyllis the Mary Kay Consultant P | Phyllis enjoyed many things, including selling Mary Kay products. It allowed her many opportunities to meet new people, travel, and see new places. All of her favorite things to do. | Mary Kay conventions in Dallas

37: Mom's Last Picture I believe this is the last picture I took of Mom before she passed away. Barry and I took Mom to her condo for her week, October 2005. It was wonderful spending time with her even though she was in a lot of pain and discomfort. After the week was over, we took her back home to the nursing home where she lived. She began having chest pains and was admitted to the hospital for tests. After several days of tests, they couldn't find anything wrong with her. She returned to the nursing home still in a lot of pain. They found her unresponsive in her bed after lunch October 17, 2005. She was a wonderful loving mother, full of joy and optimism. She will forever be missed by her family and friends. Love you forever and missing you always. Your daughter, Kathryn

38: Phyllis' Fondest Memories Family Get-Togethers Camping and Camp Meetings Singing duets with my brother, David My trip to Estes Park, Colorado My college & nursing school years Vacation Bible School Greatest Inspirations Walking the beaches & seeing the sunsets Seeing the snow capped mountains at Estes Park, Colorado The Grand Canyon & Bryce Canyon Carlsbad Caverns "How Great Thou Art" at God's Handiworks My Greatest Accomplishments Nursing school, becoming an RN and working as a nurse so many years, since 1964 My three children - I love them so and want them to have successful, happy lives.

39: If she could live her life over again, she would Like to live it slim and trim Like to have a closer relationship with God Like to travel more Would like to be most remembered for My courage to try new things My positive attitude My caring spirit Favorite Scripture, Flowers, Food "I can do all things, thru Christ, who strengthens me." Gospel Music- "Jesus, Jesus, Jesus" Yellow Roses & Carnations Banana cake & Peanut Butter icing and ice cream Hobbies and Interests Reading, sports, crocheting, crossword puzzles, traveling Favorite Places Sandpebble Resort, Treasure Island, FL Tennessee in Spring, Summer, & Fall A Walk in the Woods

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