Demetrius Warren

Demetrius Donyell Warren

Sunday, October 1st, 1961 - Tuesday, June 4th, 2019
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Service for Reverend Demetrius D. Warren, 57, of Pflugerville, will be conducted at 10:00 A.M., Saturday, June 8, 2019 at the Cleburne Conference Center. Reverend Willie Stevenson officiating. Burial will follow in the Greenlawn Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bro. Vincent Warren, Bro. Art Jarman, Rev. Steve Smith, Rev. Tarrenton Wise, Bro. Xavier Warren, Bro. Don Grover, Bro. Michael Fuller and Bro. Darrell Jimmerson. Honorary pallbearers will be Rev. Mason Rice Jr., Bro. Charles Johnson III, Bro. Don McNeil, Bro. Lyndon Overton, Bro. Charles Johnson Jr. and Bro. Oscar Chandler.

Reverend Demetrius D. Warren passed away Tuesday, June 4, 2019 in Austin. He was born October 1, 1961 in Cleburne to Reverend John Edward and Delores Virginia (Johnson) Warren. Demetrius marred Nicole Bennett on August 3, 2016 in Fort Worth.

Demetrius graduated Cleburne High School in 1980. He attended TSTI Dental Lab Tech College in Waco for 3 years, Cedar Valley College for 3 years studying Law Enforcement. Demetrius obtained his Criminal Justice Masters degree in Security Management from the University of Phoenix. He retired from the City of Fort Worth after 30 years of service as a peace officer. For several years he was the Associate Pastor of Bethel Salter AME Church in Cleburne.

Demetrius is survived by his father, Reverend John Warren of Cleburne; wife, Judge Nicole Warren of Pflugerville; sons, Jonathan Warren of Austin, Talon Warren of Austin; stepchildren, Everett Webster of Pflugerville, Gabrielle Webster of Pflugerville; grandchildren, Bryson Warren of Austin, Talon Warren Jr. of Austin; brothers, Vincent Warren of Fort Worth, Xavier Warren and wife Traci of The Colony; sisters, Lynnera Warren of Cleburne and Dionne Warren of Grand Prairie. He is also survived by a host of nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his mother on September 6, 2011
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday, June 7th, 2019 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Friday, June 7th, 2019 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Crosier-Pearson Cleburne Funeral Home
    512 North Ridgeway Dr.
    CLEBURNE, TX 76033
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  • Service

    Saturday, June 8th, 2019 | 10:00am
    Saturday, June 8th, 2019 10:00am
    Cleburne Conference Center
    1501 W. Henderson St.
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    Reverend Willie Stevenson
  • Interment

    Greenlawn Cemetery
    405 Waters St.
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Samantha Welch

Posted at 10:14pm
When I learned of Mr. D's passing I couldn't believe it. I taught with him at PHS and in the short time that I got to know him, I knew he was full of wisdom and years of knowledge. He would come and buy snacks sometimes and we would share stories about our families. We would talk about life, family, and this crazy world. He was a very nice and sweet man. He will be truly missed.

Christopher Coons

Posted at 04:50pm
I am shocked and saddened to hear of Mr. D's passing. He and I would share a laugh at the end of the day and I appreciated his warmth and sense of humor with our students. I know that his presence will be felt throughout the course of the year and we will all miss him dearly.

Christa Rozvodovska

Posted at 10:50am
It was my privilege and my pleasure to be able to work with Mr. D the past year at PHS. The energy he brought into the classroom made it a better place. Students were drawn to his strength, his wisdom, his kindness, and his goodness. Mr. D took a genuine interest in students, and they flourished under his attention; his interactions with them produced meaningful connections, including the self-reflection required for personal growth. Quite simply, he helped students become better people.
I remember so many times being cheered by the sight of him as we crossed paths in the hall--I and many other teachers were so grateful for his interest in education and for the time and effort he spent mentoring some of our most troubled students. His impact was far-reaching and he will be missed--a true gentleman who left a legacy--and someone who, when we are not mourning his absence, we can take inspiration from his example.

Coach Daniel Tamez

Posted at 12:33pm
I met Mr. Warren this past school year at PHS. He was an EA in my English classroom. We had many conversations about education and football and just kids in general. I considered him my friend....He was always full of knowledge and insights and very opinionated on many issues. I know the students loved him especially when we would bring donuts to the class!!!! I am truly and deeply saddened to hear about his passing...
He was a gentle and smart man and I will miss him....God bless him and his family!!!!

Jacqui Ainsworth

Posted at 11:52am
I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I really enjoyed eating lunch with him and hearing his stories. He was always so supportive and friendly.

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