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Gilbert Warren Daane

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06/21/15 01:07 PM #5    

Errol Cohen

My deepest condolences to Warren's family. He was a pleasant , intelligent person with a smoth style of humor. I love news about Shaker Heights, except for the passing of some of our most wonderful friends. Rest in peace. There's no doubt where you're headed. That perfect Tennis club in whatever Heaven is--


06/21/15 09:13 PM #6    

Virginia Langman (Shaller)

I send my heartfelt condolences to Warren's family. This Father's Day must be very sad for you but I know you must be cherishing all your wonderful memories together!  Please know that so many people at Shaker HS regarded him as a good friend, a talented tennis champ and a really great guy!  Ginny Langman Shaller




06/22/15 07:15 AM #7    

Bart Simon

It was so sad to hear about Warren's passing. I remember him as a tennis prodigy, but more than that, a warm and kind classmate who was ALWAYS nice to everyone. Sending sincere condolensces to his family.

06/22/15 09:41 AM #8    

Elizabeth Kain (Guyton)

I am deeply saddened by the news of Warren Daane's passing. He was a genuinely kind classmate.  Friends choose each other and he was one well worth choosing during difficult teen years.  RIP my old friend.

06/22/15 11:57 AM #9    

Virginia Coneglio (McCormac)

I am so sad to hear of the loss of Warren. I really enjoyed his friendship in high school. My deepest sympathy to the famy.

06/22/15 03:23 PM #10    

David Pelunis

My most sincere condolences Warren's family on his passing.  He was a very warm and friendly many and I won't ever forget his wit.

06/23/15 07:58 PM #11    

Lucia Davidson (Russom)

What a beautiful tribute. This sad news seems to have affected many of us deeply for each mentions Warren's unusual kindness, decency &  sense of humor. 'Tennis' had already achieved something in the larger world at an early age ~ Even back then the game was his 'raison d'etre'. It does not surprise me that it remained a special passion throughout his life, along with his love for his family. Blessings to them in their loss; I wish he had had more time..........

06/24/15 01:58 PM #12    

Bonnie Anderson (Essick)

My husband, Rich Essick, was defeated by Warren in some huge tennis tournament at the Skating Club - he also ran into Warren's car in the parking lot there when we were first married. 


What a sad loss - too many of us are going that direction of late....

07/06/15 11:20 PM #13    

James Goetz

The news of Warren Daane's death hit me like a thunderbolt.  Having played with Warren on Shaker's tennis team for 3 years and facing him once in college, I understood how much tennis meant to him and what great shape he was in while playing tennis.  We spent a lot of time together on the tennis court our senior year in a quest to win the state doubles title - a quest that fell one match short but was a great memory for me.  The last time I saw Warren was in 1990 when I accidentally bumped into him as we were delivering our freshman daughters to the same dormitory at the University of Notre Dame - talk about a small world!  Warren was certainly the best tennis player to come out of Shaker in a long time and it brought a smile to my face to read how he continued to enjoy to play the sport throughout his life.   He died too soon.  May he rest in peace.

Jim Goetz


08/29/15 03:42 AM #14    

Susan Eliz. Herron (Hall)

My condolences to Warren's family.  I'm so sorry for your loss.  

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