Warren Lee Smith
Date of Death: February 26, 2016
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21600 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield
Wisconsin
53072

Lost his courageous 16 month battle with brain cancer on February 24, 2016 at the age of 67. Loving husband of Maggie (nee Margaret Merrigan). Proud father of Marnie (Lyn) Fugiasco, Blair (Kane) Garza, Amanda (Chad) Murrell, and Jessica Smith. Adoring grandpa of Jake, Riley, Evan, Marisa, Kenley, and Adelyn. Dear brother of Karen (Paul)…

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John & Denise (Romano) Wagner left a message on February 29, 2016:
Many wonderful, happy, fun memories at the Schnitzelhaus for Denise, and the Venice Club and golfing for John. Maggie our thoughts, tears, prayers are with Warren and you, and your beautiful family. Sincerely,
Mary Lynn Douglass left a message on February 26, 2016:
Warren Lee (as we called him as kids) was my first cousin. He and Karen were the only first cousins my sister, Marsha, and I had, which made them very special. My fondest memories are of the many great times we spent at our Grandfather's ranch in Texas every summer when we would get together for vacation. One of my funniest memories of Warren is when one day we were in Texas playing in the barn yard and as we were walking out of the gate a huge black snake fell out of a tree and landed around Warren's neck. I said " Warren you have a snake on you neck" . You have never seen anyone move so fast. Unfortunately we made the mistake of telling my Aunt Nell who was hysterical and checked him out from head to toe, no damage done, but a lot of laughs. There were three of us girls and Warren was the only boy, which made us jealous at times because he got to do things we girls did not, but we loved him anyway. As teenagers we would correspond about school etc. He was a wonderful soul who will be sorely missed, not only by his family but everyone who knew him. The world won't be the same with his passing. Lovingly,
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