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Millicent Elizabeth Warren
February 17, 1933 - November 10, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">WARREN, MILLICENT ELIZABETH - It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our mother, Millie Warren, on November 10, 2016 in Edmonton, AB after a lengthy struggle with Alzheimer’s Disease. Millie was born in Chatham on February 17, 1933, the daughter of the late Bert and Gladys (Grocott) Warren. After raising her six children, she pursued her dream of attending and graduating from the University of Windsor, at the age of 50, with a Bachelor of Social Work degree. In 1990, she moved to Edmonton where she remained until her passing. Left to mourn are her children: Dr. Janet McElhaney (Marion Briggs), Paul Vlasschaert (Bonnie Glencross), Terry Godbout (Norm), Carol Maier (Nick), Dan Vlasschaert (Jocelyn) and Peter Vlasschaert (Wendy); her grandchildren: Meghan McElhaney (Devon), Hayley and Bridget Vlasschaert, Nicolas (Lisa) and Jeremy (Amanda) Godbout, Nicole (Aric) and Sean Demers, Alyssa Maier, Caitlyn and Chelsea Vlasschaert, and Matthew and Sarah Vlasschaert; and great-grandchildren Finnean Reeb and Rhonan Beaudry. Loving sister to Bob (the late Aileen) Warren, the late Dennis and Inez Warren, Ron (Gladys) Warren, the late Ursula and George Attewell, Norman (Delnora) Warren, and Charm (the late Bill) Burnham. Mom loved to shop and was a thrifty, resourceful bargain hunter. No doubt Mom is checking out the garage sales in heaven. <br>A funeral mass to celebrate Millie’s life will be held at St. Ursula's Church in Chatham, ON on Saturday, November 19th at 11:00 am followed by a reception at The Links of Kent. Donations can be made in Millie’s memory to The Alzheimer's Society by visiting Donation forms will also be available at the church and reception. <br> <br>We would like to thank the staff at CapitalCare Dickinsfield, Unit 3AB for the excellent care they provided to our mom during the last two years of her life. <br> <br> <br></div>