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Helen Fribley Warren

February 14, 1939 December 27, 2015
Helen Fribley Warren
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Helen Fribley Warren

Helen Fribley Warren, 76 was born in Brooksville, Florida on February 14, 1939, to Edmond Fribley and Christine Williams Fribley, both preceded her in death. 
Helen attended Moton High School, where she participated on the girls basketball  squad.  She  graduated  from  Moton High School in 1957; Remaining a resident of her birth place Brooksville, Florida. In 1960 she married her lifetime partner and husband of 55 years, Eddie Lee Warren, Sr., a native of Uniontown, Alabama. 
Helen was a dedicated employee of the  Hernando County School System for 30 years and the Division of Forestry where she served simultaneously as head cook in both locations. 
She was a member at First Baptist Church of Shady Rest where she served on the Usher Board, the Hostess Committee and also a member of an elite organization known as the Lilly Whites. 
She  enjoyed  fishing  and  bringing  a  smile and joy to those who were fortunate enough to enjoy her love for cooking. Most of all she was a loyal and dedicated wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend whom was respected and loved by all. 
On the morning of December 27, 2015, our Heavenly Father called her home to rest. 

Helen is survived by her husband Eddie Lee Warren, Sr. of Brooksville, FL;  five children, Sonja V. Warren, Eddie Lee Warren, Jr., Bruce E. Warren all of Brooksville, FL, Doricina L. Hendricks and Anderia K. Henry (Anthony) of Fayetteville, NC; two sisters, Ernestine Stephens of Brooksville, FL and Christine Woods of Ohio; two brothers, Bobby Clark of Dunnellon, FL and Bruce Woods of Brooksville, FL; sisters-in-law Edna Fribley of Brooksville, FL, Hattie M. Washington of New Jersey, Matilida Holland (Bobby), Elder Bertha Reese (Jesse), Venda Rae Marcus and Joyce N. Waddy; brothers-in-law, James Warren, Howard Warren and Charles Hart; honorary family member, Rev. Willie Hopkins and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces, other relatives and close friends. 
Viewing/Wake Services: Friday, January 1, 2016 ~ 5pm – 7pm ~ Cason Funeral Chapel ~ 830 School Street ~ Brooksville, FL  34601 
Services: Saturday, January 2, 2016 ~ Viewing 1pm to 2pm, Services Immediately Following at 2pm ~ Faith Presbyterian Church ~ 200 Mt. Fair Avenue ~ Brooksville, FL  34601

Interment: Lake Lindsey Cemetery ~ Brooksville, FL

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