We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Estill Location
At the end of my earthly journey, I want each of you to speak of me as you have always done. Don’t forget to remember the good times, laughter, and fun. Share the happy memories we’ve made, do not let them wither or fade. Sometimes, our final days may be a test, so remember me when I was at my best. From the beginning to the end of time, all of our actions and stops along the way will determine our final resting place. Although my timeseems all so short, don’t be ungrateful or angry with God for taking me from what each of you perceive to be all
too soon. Just remember all of the joy I brought into each of your lives. Our lives have a beginning and an ending. Johnny “Mack” Warren’s life began on May 18, 1953, to Elizabeth Warren and Elder Walter Fields in Estill, South Carolina.
Johnny M. Warren received his formal education at Estill High School in Estill, South Carolina. He furthered his schooling in Pensacola, Florida, and later became a truck driver. He accepted Christ as his Savior at an early age and was united with Sandhill Baptist Church, where he served as a Deacon. Mack, as he was so fondly known, was a barber and a truck driver by trade. His favorite color was blue and he loved playing with his grandchildren.
Johnny M. Warren was united in holy matrimony with Dottie Warren on September 9, 1978, in Estill, South Carolina. Their union was blessed with two children, Synetria “Kamara” McQuire and Jacoby Warren.
Johnny M. Warren never said his final farewell to his family and friends. God didn’t give any man on earth the power to determine their exit day and time. When God sent his angels to bring Mack home, it was much sooner than we planned, but we’ll brave the grief that comes and try to understand. He departed this life on July 18, 2022, in Ridgeland, South Carolina. He was preceded in death by his parents, Elizabeth Warren and Elder Walter Fields, and three siblings, Marie Warren, Billy Warren, and Herbert Warren.
Mack was a kind and loving person. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Dottie Warren; daughter, Synetria “Kamara” McQuire; son, Jacoby (Loretta) Warren; grandchildren, Zyaire Gordon, Malachi Warren, Azaria McQuire, and Janelle Warren, all of Estill, SC; aunts, Fibbie (Johnny) Holman and Nora Brown, both of Estill, SC, and Ivertia Roberts and Minnie Lou Housey, both of Paterson, NJ; uncles, Archie Fields of Myrtle Beach, SC, and James Fields of Estill, SC; mother-in-law, Sadie Green of Estill, SC; sisters-in-law, Marie Fields of Augusta,
GA, and Lorraine (George) Bacon of Richmond Hill, GA; brother-in-law, Al Green of Estill, SC; special nephew, Lamarcus Warren of Walterboro, SC; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.