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After a long illness .William Warren the 1st African American City Marshall in the history of San Antonio Texas has passed away.At the age of 65 Oct 16 1958 Also he was a Bailiff in the Court of Judge Bull. Via his Brother Dr.Robbi Warren the viewing with be at Conquerors Assembly Church 937 W Magnolia Ave
San Antonio Texas Pastor Jonathan Ellis from 10am till 11am.And the Homegoing celebration 11am for more info call Carter Taylor and William's mortuary.Or his brother 800-478-4225
Elder William Warren Jr. better known as, “June Bug” was born October 16, 1958 in Lockhart, Texas to the late William L. Warren, Sr and Mary F. Warren. William accepted Christ at First Baptist Church in Lockhart, Texas in 1965. He was baptized in the Holy Ghost at Westgate Apostolic Church located in Austin, Texas in 1972. William received his formal education in the Lockhart Public School System attending Lockhart High School where he graduated in 1977. He continued his education attending SWT located in San Marcos, Texas. William entered the workforce working for Eeds Funeral Home in Lockhart, Texas, EMS in San Marcos, Texas, Police Departments in various cities. City Bailiff, Traffic Court in San Antonio, Texas, City Marshall in San Antonio, Texas and Carter-Taylor Williams Mortuary in San Antonio, Texas for over thirty years. William was the 1st African American City Marshall in the history of San Antonio. He loved working in funeral homes, preaching and listening to gospel music, and of course, he loved eating good food. William loved hearing the word coming from two preachers more than anything, Bishop William Ellis and Bishop Noel Jones. William was proceeded in death by his parents, Lawrence and Dorothy Warren and William Sr. and Mary F. Warren, grandparents, Frank and Mamie McClain. He leaves to cherish his memory his brothers, Dr. Robbi, Michael, Joe Frank, Anthony, Greg and Demetrius; sisters, Doris Jean, Karen, Phyllis and Classie; special brothers (from another father & mother), Ronnie Sr, Johnnie III, Jackie Sr, and Donnie Riles and a host of nieces, nephews, family and friends.