James Clyde Warren
James Clyde Warren, 66, Bluford, died 5 a.m. July 28 1990, at Good Samaritan
Regional Health Center.
Mr. Warren taught school for 24 years until retiring from Ritenour School
District in Overland, Mo. Following his retirement, he was a substitute teacher
at Mt. Vernon Township and Woodlawn high schools.
He was born Feb. 16, 1924, in Bluford, a son of Clyde N. and Mae (Robertson)
Warren. June 23, 1968, he married Sarah E. Finfrock, who survives.
Services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Hughey Funeral Home with the Rev. Rosemary Harris
officiating. Burial will follow in Union Chapel Cemetery. Friends may call 5
to 8 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
In addition to his wife, Mr. Warren is survived by one son, Louis James Warren of
Bluford; one daughter, Mrs. Stephen (Debbie) Stumbaugh of Columbus, Ohio; one brother,
John Warren and wife, Janet, of Nampa, Idaho; two sisters, Margie Hess of Wayne City and
Mrs. Harvey (Irene) Lovin of Bluford; one uncle, Lawrence Warren and wife, Josephine,
of La Grande, Ore.; two aunts, Belle Warren of Mt. Vernon and Iva Robertson of
Cudahy, Calif.; one grandson, Jesse Stumbaugh; and several nephews, nieces and cousins.
Mr. Warren received a bachelor's from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale and a
master's in education from the University of Illinois. He attended Bluford Grade and
High schools. Mr. Warren was a World War II veteran of the Army Medical Corps, 63rd
Division, and a member of the 63rd Division Association and American Legion. He was a
member of Union Chapel United Methodist Church and Jefferson County Historical Society.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Source: Mt.Vernon Register-News
Date: Sat 28 July 1990
Submitted by: Cindy Ford