Here is some information that someone was so kind to send me. The only thing is that I don't know anything about Frank Warren's son Howard Thomas Warren or his wife, and I don't have information on Howard Thomas Warren's mother, who I have heard be called Ivy. Now it mentions that Frank Warren is in charge of a well known grocery store, so I am assuming that if it was so well known that someone would know something about this family yes? Thanks and here is the obit.
“Union City Evening Times, Monday, June 15, 1936
Long Illness - Mrs. Warren mother of chain store man passes away Sunday morning - Funeral services to be held at Christian Church here Tuesday.
Mrs. Norah Warren mother of the well known chain store owner Frank Warren passed away at the latter's home in Greenville Sunday at half-past eleven o'clock in the morning, after a long illness covering a period of six months during which time she was at the home of her son Frank where she received every attention and the tender care of her children.
Mrs. Warren was born in Michigan 74 years ago and she arrived in Indiana when quite young. After the death of her first husband she was married to John Thomas Warren. To this union four children were born all living as follows; two sons, Frank Warren of Greenville and Jens Warren of this city. Two daughter, Mrs. Bertha Hoke and Mrs. Clifford Elliott, also of this city.
Following the death of her husband J. T. Warren, April 28, 1919, she made her home with her children and most of the time with her son Frank and wife.
She was a devout Christian woman and was a member of the first Christian Church in Union City. She was a noble mother and faithful wife and all her interest centered in her family to whom she devoted her life. She was of that fine type of Christian womanhood to whom our land and our homes owe so much.
Besides the above Mrs. Warren is survived by seven grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. One sister, Mrs. John Otto, of Dayton, O. Two half-sisters, Mrs. Tom Chester of Cincinnati, O., and Mrs.. Harve Elson of Huntington, Ind. and two half brothers William and Ase Moslaner.
The funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the First Christian Church in this city conducted by Rev. Frank Thomas of Greenville and the music will be supplied by Rev. and Mrs. Earl Lantz. Interment in the New Lisbon cemetery.