Ed Warren Cause of Death – Ed Warren, 79, widely acclaimed paranormal analyst and ghosthunter of Monroe, passed on Wednesday, (August 23, 2006) at his home with his darling spouse of 61 years, Lorraine Moran Warren, close by. Conceived on September 7, 1926, in Bridgeport, Mr. Warren was half of the couple group of “Ed and Lorraine Warren, Seekers of the Supernatural.” The group was frequently approached to aid various police examinations, including sinister ceremonial killings.
It was sought after by several schools and colleges to talk regarding the matter of the otherworldly. Mr. Warren was a U. S. Naval force veteran of World War II, having served in both the Pacific and European Theaters. After his military help, Mr. Warren went to Art School and sold many works of art, generally portrayals of frequented houses and New England winter scenes.
Mr. Warren and his better half, Lorraine, have co-written ten books regarding the otherworldly matter. Two of the books were made into made for T.V. motion pictures, “The Demon Murder Case,” and “The Haunted.” They were among just a modest bunch of specialists who requested to examine the Amityville Horror Case and were experts on the first Amityville Horror film.
Mr. Warren was one of only seven strict demonologists in the country. Ed was additionally a devoted creature darling and promoter, having safeguarded various creatures throughout the long term. When once asked whether he dreaded demise, Mr. Warren commented, “No, I don’t fear it, not one bit, I realize I’ll be setting off to a wonderful spot, a spot so astounding it opposes words.
As Jackie Gleason once stated, when posed a similar inquiry, Why should I dread it?, I’m going to pass on in any case.”
Notwithstanding his significant other, Mr. Warren is made due by a girl, Judy Spera, and her significant other, Tony of New Milford; two grandkids, Heather Valentine and her better half, Greg of Conestoga, PA, and Christopher McKinnell of Lititz, PA; four incredible grandkids, Cory, Kyle, and Brianna Denlinger, and Michael McKinnell; and various nieces, nephews, and companions.
Burial service administrations will happen on Saturday, August 26 at 9 a.m. from the Abriola Parkview Funeral Home, 419 White Plains Road, Trumbull, and at 10 a.m. in St. Stephen Church, Trumbull for a Mass of Christian Burial.
Interment with full military distinctions will follow in Stepney Village Cemetery, Monroe. Companions may call, TODAY, from 4-8 p.m. Instead of blossoms, remembrance commitments in Ed’s memory might be made to the Animal Center, P.O. Box 475, Newtown, CT 06470. To lig, a virtual flame, visit us at www.abriola.com