Lorna Warren, longtime Red Cliff resident, died Feb. 12
Longtime Red Cliff resident Lorna Winifred Warren passed away Feb. 12 in Sebring, Fla.
Lorna was born in Healesville, Australia, to Mary Hannah and Joseph Lorenzo Hargreaves. She lived with her family in Yarra Glen as a child and then moved to Melbourne, where she attended the Melbourne Academy of Arts for dance. She then worked in Melbourne teaching dance and working at Kodak.
She first met her husband, Everett, in Australia, when he was serving there during World War II. Lorna came to the United States as a war bride. They were married in Red Cliff, where they stayed to live and raise their family.
Lorna was a member of the Neighbors of Woodcraft Lodge, and taught 4-H knitting for several years. She loved to garden and travel.
Lorna was preceded in death by her husband, Everett Warren; her parents, Joseph Lorenzo and Mary Hannah Hargreaves; brothers Lonnie Hargreaves, George Hargreaves and Leslie Hargreaves; and sisters Ivy Coffin, Queen McKenzie, Pearl Hart, Lilly Boyd and Gladys Hargreaves.
She is survived by a sister, Olive Moncrieff, of Ararat, Australia; son Everett (Ted) Warren, of Red Cliff; daughter Sheila Hunnicutt, of Edwards and Sebring, Fla.; grandsons Chad Sewell, of Nederland, Colo., and Cory Sewell, of Denver; and granddaughter Christi Sewell of Denver.
Memorial services will be held Saturday at the Red Cliff Community Church at 1 p.m. A reception will be held immediately following the service at the Warren family home in Red Cliff.