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Jolita A. Warren, 81, of Midland, passed away peacefully June 12, 2020 at MidMichigan Medical Center. She was born on June 30, 1938 to the late William and Myrtle Jane (Keeler) McKimmy in Amble, Michigan. On June 29, 1956 Jolita married Richard D. Warren who predeceased her in 1990.

Jolita enjoyed traveling, dancing and spending time with her friends and family.

To have known Jolita is to have complete knowledge of whatever she was thinking at any given moment, whether solicited or not, it was shared, and we loved this about Jo. Her sassy attitude with be sorely missed by all who loved her.

Jolita is survived by her children, Jami (Scott) Dahl, Christopher (Cari) Warren, Molly (Edward) Warren-Haycock, her long-time partner Bob Miller, grandchildren, Hayley Dahl, Maggi Dahl, Jesse Warren, Nicolas Warren, Dakota Warren, Emma and Eleanor Haycock, great grandchildren, Paytyn and Harper. She is also survived by her siblings, Dirk (Grace) McKimmy, Bill (Lora) McKimmy, Randy McKimmy, Mike (Shelly) McKimmy, Marge (Charles) Dumanois and Sally Majeske.

Cremation has taken place and a memorial service will be held at a later date.

Smith-Miner Funeral Home is honored to be serving the Warren family; to share a special memory please visit www.smithminer.com.

 

Condolence Messages

  1. Jerry and Ann Haycock

    20 June 2020 2 weeks ago

    Jolita was a generous and loving lady as we saw from the way she adopted Ed’s girls as her own grandchildren. That spoke to our hearts. She was surely loved by her children as is evidenced by this touching obituary. It is to them that we send our condolences, and to Bob.

  2. Brenda and John Bortulin

    20 June 2020 2 weeks ago

    Jo,
    We will forever miss our pajama neighbor. We loved your quick wit and matter of a fact talks. RIP dear Jo.

  3. Rob Carroll and Dennis Melchi

    18 June 2020 2 weeks ago

    Although we didn’t have the pleasure of meeting Jolita we, no doubt, know her in the eyes of you, Molly and therefore are sure we’d have love her as we do you. We’re thinking of you.

  4. Lisa Owen

    17 June 2020 2 weeks ago

    I’m so sorry to hear about Ms. Jolita . I liked her very much.

  5. Maryanne Ellison Simmons

    17 June 2020 2 weeks ago

    To a little girl in the 1950s, Jo was magical – the coolest teenager ever. Years later she and Dick brought us through Grandpa’s sudden death. They were amazing. I hope they have found each other. 💙

  6. Sandy Place

    17 June 2020 2 weeks ago

    Deepest condolences…she will be sorely missed. She was loved.

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