Alice Warren, 71, Heuvelton
Monday, October 22, 2012 - 7:10 pm

Funeral services for Alice Warren, age 71, of Lisbon Street in Heuvelton will be held on Thursday (Oct 25, 2012) at 6:00 p.m. at the Fox & Murray Funeral Home with Pastor David A. Sheppard officiating.

Calling hours will be held also on Thursday from 3:00 p.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home. Mrs. Warren passed away on Friday (Oct 19, 2012) at Upstate Medical Center surrounded by her family.

Surviving are her children, John P. Warren of Ogdensburg, Bruce W. Warren and his companion Dawn Mack of DePeyster, and Brian G. Warren and his wife Tina of Heuvelton; two daughters, Doreen A. Wright of Rensselaer Falls and Caroline Joanette and her husband Tom of Ogdensburg: a brother, Arthur LeBlanc and his wife Ramona of Jonesboro, GA; two sisters, Rita Colman of Heuvelton and Shirley Trzaskos of Albany; step-sisters Barbara Barr and Marjorie Love and her husband Gene of Ogdensburg; grandchildren John P. Warren Jr., Krista L. Kelly and her husband Jason, Cory M. Warren and his companion Lindsay LeVac, Landis W. Warren, Dakota S. Warren, Karina C. Warren, Heather S. Wright, Warren M. Wright, Thomas S. Joanette Jr. and his wife Jen, Kira M. Hammond and her husband Mike and Jessie R. Joanette; two great- grandchildren, Anastasia Kelly and Olivia Merrill; and many nieces, nephews and cousins

She was predeceased by a brother, Rene' LeBlanc; a sister, Annette Caskinette; step-mother Helen (Fredericks) LeBlanc; a step-bother, Jack Fredericks; two step sisters, Francis Durant and Joyce Powers; and a nephew, Roger Caskinette

Alice was born on August 24, 1941 in Ogdensburg, a daughter of the late Philorum J. and Eva M. (LaFrance) LeBlanc. She graduated from St. Mary's Academy in 1958 and continued her education at the Roethel Business School. She then married J. Willis Warren on October 23, 1960 in Brier Hill. The couple was later separated but remained good friends.

For many years she co-operated the family farm in DePeyster until becoming employed at ComPas which later was renamed to Ansen where she worked for 20+ years as a hand soldier until her retirement. She was a past member of the Ogdensburg Moose Lodge, the Black Lake Pool League and the Women's Ogdensburg & Heuvelton Bowling League.

She enjoyed knitting, crocheting, gambling, computer games, traveling, puzzles, visiting with family and taking neighbors to their appointments. Following the funeral services,family & friends will gather at the Ogdensburg Moose Lodge 609 Pickering Street.

Memorial contributions can be made to the Heuvelton Volunteer Fire Department or the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Society. Condolences can also be shared online at