Sean Warren Sr.
Sean Keith Warren, Sr. born December 5th, 1968 to Neva J. Warren and John Henry Douglas, in Toledo, Ohio. Sean went home to be with the Lord peacefully surrounded by his loving family on May 11, 2018 after a 20-year battle with Sarcoidosis.
Sean was saved and baptized at an early age. In his youth he attended Jesup W. Scott and graduated from Everett High School in Lansing Michigan. Sean was a dedicated employee at Toledo Auto Trim and Buckeye Cable before his illness. He was an avid sports fanatic, which led him to become a coach for the Mid-City Football League.
Sean was an advocate and mentor to many youth in the city of Toledo, his love for them was proved when he founded Pathway for Successful Leadership Inc., where he was the Vice- President. His involvement in the Toledo Public Schools system was made known by the lives he touched and the opportunities he was able to expose them to.
From an early age Sean enjoyed listening to music, barbequing, smelling good and home improvements. He was also a huge dog lover and enjoyed fishing. Sean was the "Dr Phil" of Toledo and would give you his last to make sure you had everything you needed.
Sean is preceded in death by his father, maternal grandmother Helen Garland and sister Marie Hollins.
Sean is survived by his loving mother, Neva J. Warren. His children; Sean II (Raeven) of Dayton, Ohio, Tresean and Sheyenne Warren. His brothers; Ken Warren (Brigett), Lamont Collins, Andre Warren (Faydrian), Milton Wilkes (Nikki) of Dayton, Ohio, John Douglas of Lansing, MI, Joe Douglas (Sheila) of Atlanta, GA. and sister Trina Douglas. The love of his life, his grandson Sean III "Buddy". Special Children; Ajalon, Tobias and Shalom Medlea. God-Son Jeremiah Braswell and special friend Kendall Medlea and a host of loving nieces, nephews and cousins. Sean met no stranger and somehow made everyone feel like they were family, he was loved and will truly be missed.