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In Remembrance


"The Demonologist"

Death Notice

Ed Warren, age 79, renowned paranormal researcher and religious demonologist, died quietly on Wednesday, August 23, 2006 at his home in Monroe, Connecticut with his wife of 61 years, Lorraine Moran Warren by his side. He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut on September 7, 1926.
Ed Warren was a U. S. Navy veteran of World War II having served in both the Pacific and European Theatres. On North Atlantic convoy his merchant marine ship was shot out from under him and was one of the few survivors of that fiery sinking. After the war, Ed attended art school in New Haven and later sold many of his paintings, mostly depictions of haunted houses and New England winter scenes, which led to his life-long work in metaphysical subjects.
Often billing themselves as "Seekers of The Supernatural", Ed and Lorraine Warren lectured together throughout the United States and enjoyed particular fame in England, Japan, and Australia. In their capacity as psychic investigators the Warrens were among a select handful of professionals asked to investigate the Amityville Horror Case, and were consultants on the first Amityville Horror film. Behind it all though, Ed Warren was in fact a demonologist, and in fact one of only seven religious demonologists in the country. He was also an avid animal lover and advocate, having rescued and raised numerous orphaned animals over the years.
When once asked if he feared death, Ed Warren remarked, No, I dont fear it, not one iota, I know Ill be going to a beautiful place, a place so spectacular it defies words.
In addition to his wife, Ed Warren is survived by a daughter, Judy Spera and her husband, Tony, of New Milford; two grandchildren, Heather Valentine and her husband, Greg of Conestoga, Pennsylvania; and Christopher McKinnell of Lititz, Pennsylvania, four great grandchildren, Cory, Kyle and Brianna Denlinger and Michael McKinnell and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

Funeral Information
Funeral services took place on Saturday, August 26, 2006 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church, Trumbull, in a Mass of Christian Burial. Internment with full military honors followed in Stepney Village Cemetery, Monroe.

Contact Information:
Those wishing to contact Lorraine Warren can post mail to:
Mrs. Lorraine Warren
P.O. Box 41
Monroe, Connecticut. 06468.
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September 7, 1926-August 23, 2006

Ed Warren's Connecticut gravesite in historic Stepney cemetery.