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Turner Funeral Home and Florida Hills Memorial Gardens

14360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, FL

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Warren C Titcomb

November 14, 1920June 6, 2014

Warren C. Titcomb, died on June 6, 2014 in Spring Hill, Florida, where he resided with his wife of 70 years, Virginia C. Titcomb, at 10288 Heathcliff Street, Spring Hill, Florida 34608. He was born November 14, 1920 to William S. and Stella Bell Titcomb in Riverton, Maine, and grew up there with his parents and six brothers and sisters, all of who have passed. He graduated from Deering High School in Portland Maine. Surviving are his wife, Virginia C. Titcomb of Spring Hill, Florida; three sons: Warren S. Titcomb of Lancaster, PA; Joel C. Titcomb of Freeport, ME; and Jason P. Titcomb of Cape Elizabeth, ME; two granddaughters: Olivia Louise Titcomb of Freeport, ME and Gabriella Rose Titcomb of Yarmouth, ME. Warren was predeceased by a daughter, Brenda Louise Titcomb in 1981. Mr. Titcomb was a twenty-five year retired policeman with the Portland Police Department in Portland, ME. He also retired as a bank courier with Casco Northern Bank, in Portland, ME. He was a life member of the Corner Stone Masonic Lodge #216; and he served five years in the Army during WWII. In lieu of flowers, you may make a donation to the First Community Bible Church, Spring Hill, FL 34608 or the Stevens Avenue Congregational Church, 790 Stevens Ave, Portland ME, 04102

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Patty Rulman

June 14, 2014

So many memories. My heart goes out to Ginny and her sons especially Joel. I'm sure Brenda welcomed him with open arms. With love...

June 11, 2014

Another from the 'Greatest Generation' in God's care.
Thank you for your service.

Debbie Lusth

June 10, 2014

So sorry to hear about my Uncle Warren...he used to take me to Scarborough Downs as a teenager to watch the horses run....he helped start me out in my love of horses...Debbie (Titcomb) Lusth.....

Roberta French

June 9, 2014

Remembering all the summers we spent at the camp with my cousins. Rest in peace Uncle Warren from Roberta Titcomb French and Philip Titcomb

Carole Ireland

June 9, 2014

Warren, so sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. The Titcombs were a big part of the Riverton "family".

Barbara Lyna Phillips

June 8, 2014

My mother Leona Lyna was a Sloan, and I have many fond memories of Warren checking up on me when I was working after school at Deering Drug- or of him guiding my parents home in the paddy wagon after a night on the town- he always told my dad - he'd be the designated driver! May you his family remember the good times- and living in Riverton there were plenty of them.I hope they help get you through this trying time.