Arnold Keith Warren

Published 5:32 pm Friday, February 2, 2018

Funeral services for Mr. Arnold Keith Warren will be held on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 at 11 a.m. from Rocky Mount Baptist Church. Rev. Randy Tolliver will serve as officiating minister. Burial will follow in Pine Flat Cemetery. Hudson Funeral Services of Greenville, Alabama, will be directing.

Warren was born on Oct. 14, 1959 to Mrs. Pearlene Stewart and Mr. Earl Presley. Warren joined Rocky Mount Missionary Baptist Church at an early age. Keith graduated from Greenville High School in 1978. Keith departed this life Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018 at Prattville Baptist Church in Prattville, Alabama.

Warren was preceded in death by his father, Mr. C.W. Stewart; brother, Willie Warren; niece, Cazyia Stewart; nephew, LaDarious Lymon; and his precious daughter, Chakeeta Fields-Hall.

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Warren leaves to cherish his precious memories: his wife, Adrienne H. Warren; his loving and devoted mother, Mrs. Pearlene Stewart; father, Mr. Earl Pressley; sons, LaDerrick (Regina) Fields and Gavin Griffin; stepson, Phillip Michael; stepdaughter, Ariyana Wyth, a special granddaughter, Kianna Hall; devoted son-in-law, Donald Hall; loving and caring grandmother,  Mrs. Sally Mae Warren; brothers, Anthony Warren (Lott), Calvin (Jennifer) Stewart, Castillo (Brittany) Stewart, Anthony Parrish, Anthony (Fran) Smith, Lil Brother Kenneth Williams; sisters, Lydedria (Lee) Loveless, Jennifer (Cleophus) Dunklin, Sheneice Stewart, Sallie (Marvin) Davidson, Linda (Perry) Robinson and Lillie (James) Jernigan; big sister, Anna Lee Powell; mother-in-law, Peggy W. Hughes; father-in-law, Andrews Hughes Sr.; sisters-in-law, Vivan Hughes, Sonja Hughes and Tonja (Frank) Forney; brothers-in-law, Stephen (Gabriella) William and Andrew (Nichelle) Hughes Jr.; aunts, including one special devoted aunt, Dottie Griffin; uncles, including one special devoted uncle, Ronnie Warren; a host of nieces and nephews, including one special nephew, “Poppa;” two devoted cousins, Peter Marsh and Wayne Griffin; a host of other relatives and friends, including special friends, Clarence Sturgeon, James White, James Thomas, Harold Wilkerson, Curtis Fields and Willie Campbell.