Gregory Murray Warren

June 2, 1950 to July 2, 2020

Obituary

Passed away after a short battle with cancer in his 70th year. Predeceased by his mother Shirley Bryette and his father Murray Warren.  Leaving to mourn his loss is his partner and best buddy Elaine Janes, Greg’s sister Toni Warren and husband Don, his brothers Rodney Warren and wife Tamara, and Glenn Brown and his wife Brenda, two nieces, Carrie-Ann and Alisha, one nephew Brandon.  Also left to mourn is his Newfoundland family Harold and Patricia Janes and children, his best friends, Martin Trainor, Pat and Dianne Tighe, Danny and Bev Moore in addition to countless other friends and family.  Greg  loved life and lived it to the fullest.  Greg was a musician in his early years and recorded a few albums in Nashville.  Greg then became an entrepreneur and spend his time working in the Communications and Marketing industry.  Greg was a loving partner and a great friend.  He will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by those he left behind.

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I knew Greg well through the 1970s. We were fellow travelers, pursuing musical dreams and adventures during those weird and wonderful years. He had an infectious smile, a gift for story-telling, and an astonishing passion for singing and writing songs. He was a truly gifted artist who shared his amazing talents generously. Fare thee well old friend.

We are so sorry to here of Greg passing . Our thoughts are with you all during this time. .A very nice and polite man .Like the rest of the Warren family .I was always treated like la family member.

Grateful for all the love Greg gave to family and the warm welcome into your family almost 14 years ago. Always had a kind and encouraging word. Your stories of your youth and adventures never seemed to amaze me. The world is a better place for you having been here. It is unbelievable losing your amazing dad last year and you this year. You will never be forgotten
Tamara& Rod Warren and family

It is with deep sadness to learn of the passing of our dear, dear friend Greg. He was a true renaissance man – songwriting, singing, business and countless other creative projects. We will truly miss his inspiration and kindness. To Elaine and Greg’s family, we wish you love and peace in this difficult time. We were lucky to have known him. You should be very proud. Forever in our hearts.
Love Danny, Bev and family

Greg was a kind, caring and good man who shared warmth and acceptance to the many people who passed through his life. Always quick with a smile and helping hand to those who needed it. His voice sang from his soul. The songs he wrote were inspirational.. He is gone too soon. My life was enriched from knowing him. He will live on in the hearts of those who knew him.

l.lockwood@hotmail. Deepest sympathies to the Warren family & loved ones:(

Last I had the pleasure of seeing Greg was at my daughters’s Alisha’s wedding almost 2 years ago. Greg had a heart of gold and was truly a great man.
RIP Brother in law
My sincere sympathies to all Greg’s family and friends.

Love you Older Brother, will mis you always your younger brother Rod..

My condolences to Greg’s family and friends. I played music with Greg for several years back in the 70’s. He was a huge inspiration and influence on my life. I am shocked and saddened by his passing. My thoughts are with you. RIP Greg.

You will be missed Greg, my condolences to all family and friends.