Warren E Mervin
May 13, 1943 – March 25, 2021
Warren E Mervin was born on May 13th, 1943 to Warren and Caroline Mervin, at home in Denver, and went to his eternal rest on March 25th at his home.
Warren is survived by his loving wife of forty-nine years, Charlotte; his daughter Coleen, his son Warren III (wife Natalie); his daughter April Peterson (husband Dale), and his daughter Tina Timm (husband Phil); his grandchildren Cody Peterson, Caroline Jones, Ty Mervin, Taylor Timm, Dustin Mervin, Emma Timm and Sydney Timm. He is also survived by his sister Shirley Ensminger (husband Robert); his sister-in-law Jean Mervin; and his brother-in-law Jack Murphy (wife: Barbara); many devoted nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
Warren is preceded in death by his parents Warren and Caroline and his brother Dick Mervin and his sister Carol Mervin. Warren will be fondly remembered for his generosity, his kindness, his quirky sense of humor, his love devotion to his family and love of his Dallas Cowboys. A celebration of his life will be held on Friday morning, April 9th at Olinger Hampden Mortuary Chapel, followed by a committal service at Olinger Eastlawn Cemetery at 19600 E. Smith Road in Aurora, Colorado.
Due to COVID restrictions, a limited number of family members and friends will be allowed to attend the chapel ceremony at Hampden, but are invited to join the family at the gravesite for the committal ceremony at 11:30 AM, Friday, April 9th.
Friday, April 9, 2021
Warren E Mervin
April 9, 2021
BEAUTIFUL SERVICE! SO MANY GOOD MEMORIES! AND YES HE WOULD GIVE YOU HIS SHIRT OFF HIS BACK!HE DID SO MUCH FOR MY MOM THROUGH THE YEARS. THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS WONDERFUL PERSON WITH US. LOVE YOU ALWAYS! JOY
April 8, 2021
Warren will always have a special place in my memory. He and my husband were two ornery men when they got together. He and I always kidded each other and I will miss the laughter we got from that. He will be missed.
April 7, 2021
Warren was always there with a hug when I needed it. I'm blessed to have been able to call him "friend".
April 4, 2021
We are sending the Family all our love and prayers.Warren was very special to all my family and will forever be in our hearts.I'm going to miss him dearly! Love You ❤ Always! Joy
April 2, 2021
Warren was a great person and loved by so many. He will be missed. I remember him coming over to my grandma Ruth's house and working on projects over there. His work was wonderful. Always brought donuts. Love, Michelle
March 30, 2021
Many memories of visiting with Warren, our thoughts and prayers are with all. Sending our love, Jennifer, Terrance, Rebecca and Spencer Powers
March 29, 2021
Fondest memories are of family celebrations in Uncle Warren & Aunt Charlotte garage in Commerce City. And the day when Tina's cat had kittens in the drawer and we stood outside watching a tornado form. So lucky it didn't hit us! Thinking of you all and sending my love.