Warren Gue

Obituary of Warren Gue

Warren W Gue of Marana Arizona passed away on October 29, 2020 at the age of 73.

Warren was born May 25, 1947 in Damascus, MD.  He lived in various places throughout his life including Colorado, Washington, New Mexico, and Arizona.  Warren’s career was as a design engineer working in various industries.  He strived to put his best into both his professional and personal life.  He cherished his wife often calling her the Treasure of his Life.  He truly enjoyed interacting with his son Lee and his entire extended family.  He was an avid wood worker creating many wonderful wood creations.  He loved fishing and would be on the water any time he could.  For years Warren and Laura biked about anywhere they could in Colorado on both their single bikes and their tandem.  Laura loved running and when they met he was determined to join her in her passion.  He eventually ran with her for 16 miles.  He enjoyed RVing and Warren and Laura traveled many places but there were still places left on the bucket list.

Warren is survived by his wife of 28 years Laura Rae Gue, son Warren Lee Hawkins and his wife Susan Brown, Grandchildren Christopher Marc Hawkins and his wife Savanah Williams, Matthew Steven Hawkins, and Virginia Belle Hawkins, and soon to be born great grandson Easton Lee Hawkins, brothers Larry Gue and Wayne Gue, and sister Alice Gue.

Warren is preceded in death by his parents J. Paul Gue and Mazie Gue and grandson Jeremy Hawkins.

Warren will be cremated per his wishes.  Due to the scattering of his friends and family and the current COVID-19 situation, no immediate service is planned.  A Celebration of Life ceremony will be held at a date yet to be determined.  The Celebration of Life ceremony will be held in Warren and Laura’s backyard in Marana, AZ.  Arrangements will be established for a virtual participation for friends and family that cannot attend the celebration in person.

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