Abigail Warren Amelia County Virginia Car Accident – Even though it has been years since we took these images of you and it has been years since we took these pictures, you haven’t lost any of the cute traits that made you so endearing in the first place. In fact, it has been years since we took these pictures. Because I can see the joy on your face as I watch you dance in heaven right now, I want you to know how happy I am for you, Abigail Warren, and I want you to know how happy I am for you because I can see the joy on your face as I watch you dance in paradise right now.
Abigail Jane Warren was removed from the care of her mother and placed in the care of a foster family when she was two months and one and a half weeks old. On Wednesday, a memorial service will be held at the First United Methodist Church in honor of a member who has passed away. The memorial service will be held in memory of the member who has passed away. In memory of the member who has recently passed away, an event will be held in their honor.
The Reverend Linda Montgomery and Father Dennis Darilek will take turns serving as the event’s presiding clergy throughout the course of the get-together. They will take turns serving in this capacity throughout the event. The two of them will take turns performing their responsibilities. Both the funeral and the burial of the deceased person will be attended by close friends and family members alone.
In addition to her parents Jay and Lauren Lea Warren, her maternal grandparents Donnie and Debbie Magin, her paternal grandparents Betty and Howard Gudgell, and her maternal great-grandfather Lloyd Michael Warren, her aunts Angie Magin and Nick Leyendecker and Victoria Warren and her son Nicholas, her maternal great-grandmother Johnnie Chance, her maternal great-grandfather Victor Louis Colonnetta and his wife Jo, her maternal great-great grandmother Lucile Schwarzlose, and Hope H. Warren,