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1941 Patricia 2022

Patricia Ann Peacock Warren

December 25, 1941 — February 9, 2022

Mother Patricia Ann Warren, nee' Peacock, was born on December 25, 1941 in Johnston County, North Carolina to Ida Dee Walker and Willis Andrew Peacock as the third eldest of five siblings. Mother Patricia Ann Warren's formative years were spent near Peacock Cross Road and attended Forest Hills High School in Four Oaks, North Carolina. As a child, she was a congregant of Small Chapel Church. As time progressed, she later met the man she spent a majority of her life with and loved wholeheartedly, her husband, Verdell Warren. Both migrated to New York City, specifically Brooklyn, and were wedded in holy matrimony in 1967. Out of this union came two daughters, Cynthia and Andrea. Because of her love of children and her love to educate, Mother Patricia Warren attended Touro College, receiving her Bachelor's Degree in Education and embarking on a teaching career at Bedford Stuyvesant Early Childhood Development Center. She then transitioned and taught in the New York City Board of Education as an Early Childhood Teacher until her retirement, dedicating 20 years of service. Her love and devotion to God mirrors her love of children as her servanthood spans the majority of her life. Mother Patricia Warren accepted Christ at an early age and remained a pillar in the church until her physical and spiritual transition. Under the guidance of Mother Amelia Thompson, Mother Patricia Warren continued her walk with God under the tutelage of the late Overseer Dr. Roberta Young at Emmanuel Pentecostal Church. As a servant of Christ and a devoted prayer warrior who often interceded on the behalf of others, she was ordained as a Minister at Lighthouse Garden of Prayer. Her faithfulness remained and she was later elevated as a Prayer Chaplain. Her dedication, loyalty, and devotion to her church remained for more than 50 years and is a testament of her consistency, perseverance, and resilience…not only in her faith, but in her life. After the passing of her Pastor and friend of more than 45 years, much of her family migrated back to her familial home of North Carolina and attended Greater Pentecostal Faith Deliverance International under Bishop Claude E. Cooke, where she was ordained as Mother Warren. The same love of Christ that was taught in her spiritual home was reflected through her daughters by consistent phone calls, trips, and guidance on their own spiritual walks with God, as well as her marriage that remained a testimony of love, patience, and endurance until her departure from this life, with her keeping in mind 1 Corinthians 13:4-8 throughout 54 years of matrimony. Mother Patricia Warren's prayer life preceded her and she lived an exemplary life in public as well as in private, often praying for others, maintaining records for the church, participating in choirs, and extended the same energy to care for her own mother until her transition. For her, no job was unattainable or demeaning, as she believed that… "I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and to enquire in his temple (Psalm 27:4)". Mother Patricia Warren's life remained an illustration of the power of prayer, as God continued to work miracles until her transition by facilitating her speech, recalling her preferred bible verses, even engaging in laughter during her final days. Even in the worst of pain, she sought to be a living testimony by making others smile, asking for prayer, and keeping family together. Mother Patricia Ann Warren transitioned at 80 years old on February 9, 2022 in Raleigh, North Carolina at home peacefully, surrounded by family. The last Bible verse stated by Mother Warren came from Philippians 4:13 which states, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me" after engaging in prayer and demonstrating the power of God even in her final moments. Throughout her journey, she was a fighter and champion for the Lord and persevered in life until her passing. Mother Warren was a firm believer that the… "Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid" (Psalm 27:1). She is preceded in glory by: Shepherd Mother Ida Dee Walker (mother); Andrew Willis Peacock (father); Ruby Ann Germany {Ervin Germany, Hubert Moore} and Ida Mae Haynes {Mack Haynes} sisters; as well as Harold Davonte Williams (grandson). Those left to cherish her fond memory, grieve her passing, and celebrate her life are: Verdell Warren (husband); daughters Cynthia Couram {Rick}; Andrea Williams {Harold}; sister Mary Agnes Summerson; brother Willis Peacock; stepdaughter Kim Warren and four grandsons Christopher {Denise} and Antoine {Amber} Warren, Brandon Mayfield; Joshua Williams; great grand-daughter Serenity Warren; special God-daughter and niece Tawana Mitchell; Adopted-daughter Carol Redd Spaulding and niece Laquada Sanders as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, grandchildren and other loved ones.

Funeral Service:
Friday, February 18
2:00 PM
Greater Pentecostal Church
414 Rose Lane
Raleigh, NC 27610

Saturday, February 19
10:00 AM
Newton Grove, NC 28366
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Friday, February 18, 2022

Starts at 2:00 pm (Eastern time)

Greater Pentecostal Church

414 Rose Ln, Raleigh, NC 27610

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Saturday, February 19, 2022

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