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Warren Habluetzel

September 8, 1939 - April 1, 2020

Posted by:
Diane Krum

Posted on:
April 9, 2020

Warren and Sharon was such a big part of my life. Working for them for almost 30 years was the best experience anyone could have. Warren's talent for always knowing what to design was uncanny. Warren and Sharon's yard is so beautiful. It's like walking through a park. Warren was always working in the yard, he had such great ideas. All my love to Sharon and family at this difficult time. Warren will be greatly missed.

Posted by:
Don & Nancy Higgins

Posted on:
April 7, 2020

Dearest Sharon and family, we are so deeply saddened with Warren’s passing. He was a gentle, kind person I don’t remember hearing him speak unkindly about anyone. We are remembering the wonderful parties and joyous times we all had on the deck at their wonderful warm and welcoming home he and Sharon created. Warrens extraordinary beautiful garden was a joy and inspiration to experience along with his beautiful red pots of red geraniums. Don will sorely miss the “fearsome foursome” golfing dates. Sharon you and your family are always in our hearts and we will forever miss Warren and his joy at bring us all together. Love to you, Don & Nancy

Posted by:
Dorothy Hooley

Posted on:
April 6, 2020

Sharon: I am saddened about Warren's death. Ken and I always enjoyed talking with him and discussing flowers and equipment used in the floral industry. We became connected with Adolph's Florist when we were looking for a business to buy in Tillamook in 1968. Mrs. Anderson had put her store up for sale and she encouraged Ken to talk to Warren's father Adolph. He was such an optimist and helped us freely. When we attended meetings Ken would always seek out Warren. Although we have not been acquainted with you for several years, in my mind he is the same age as when last we spoke. Time has a habit of marching on. Ken passed on March 30, 2019 almost a year to the day of Warren's passing. Time has a way of softening our days. Please accept my sincere sympathy. Dorothy Hooley 12890 Hobsonville Pt. Dr. Bay City,OR 97107

Posted by:
Lee Matteson

Posted on:
April 6, 2020

To Warren and family, Warren and I were best of friends in high school, when I saw the obits I was saddened. Warren and I had the best time in high school and will miss him very much. When I came to Oregon at age 13 Warren was the first person I met. Warren taught me the finer points of soccer. Warren was very bright and Funny.I will always look for my buddy at the TAVERN!!! Your friend, Lee Matteson Milwaukie High School Class of 58