We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Lewis Funeral Home
Warren Christopher Loftin was the youngest child of three born to Leon and Ida Loftin. He came into the world on September 24, 1984, in Omaha, Nebraska. Warren moved around quite a bit at an early age due to his father being in the Air Force. The family settled in San Antonio, TX when Warren was 6 years old.
Warren graduated from Sandra Day O’Connor High School in 2003. He attended Prairie View A&M University majoring in Architecture. God had other plans however and he left Prairie View to start working with a medical inventory firm out of California. He subsequently worked at Chase Bank, Citibank, and The Hartford. The wealth of experience that he gained with those financial institutions prepared him for his position at Wells Fargo as an Escalation Management Representative. He had just began his leadership training at the time of his passing. Wells Fargo was where he truly felt his vocational calling and he was excited to continue growing in the company.
Warren’s spiritual walk started at a young age at Macedonia Baptist Church and continued as an adult at Inspirational Church of God in Christ. He loved to hear God’s voice through the preached and written word. He enjoyed both Gospel and Contemporary Christian music. The love of God filled his heart and soul which was evident in his daily walk.
Warren was truly one in a billion. He will forever be known as the biggest fan of Philadelphia Eagles, WWE, Reggie Miller, and the Philadelphia 76ers (especially Allen Iverson). The joy that he brought through his larger-than-life personality will be forever missed. He always made sure everyone had a smile. Whether it be through cracking a joke, dancing or talking smack during game night, he brought smiles as well as love and encouragement. You could truly feel the love that he shared with everyone, especially his wife of almost 7 years, Keyta. Warren valued family more than anything and to him, friends were family too and were treated as such.
He was preceded in death by his father, Leon Loftin.
He leaves to cherish his memories; his wife Keyta Loftin, his mother Ida Loftin, his sister Keisha Loftin-Gainer (Jerome), his brother Ellis Loftin (Breann), his nephew Isaiah, and a host of aunts, uncles, relatives, and friends.
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