Warren Freshman, the son of Samuel Freshman and Harriett Freshman, and brother to Alaine Kueker, from Sharon, Massachusetts passed away on May 30th at the age of 85.
Born in 1935, Warren grew up in Mattapan and Brookline, MA and attended Brookline High School. He attended Boston University and graduated with a major in communications in 1957. In 1963 he met his wife Marjorie and they married in 1964 in West Roxbury, MA. After completing college, Warren was a buyer for Kiddie products for several years before transitioning into wholesale furniture. Warren was in the National Guard with the Artillery and Rifle Division and was honorably discharged in 1963. In 1966, Warren and Margie relocated to Richmond, Virginia where they lived for 15 years and were active members in the local Jewish Community. In 1981, Warren and his family relocated back to Massachusetts while continuing his career in wholesale furniture. In 2010, Warren retired at the age of 74. In the remainder of his retirement years, Warren spent quality time with his family and close friends.
Warren loved sports, both playing them and watching them. He enjoyed golfing and was an avid fan on the Red Sox, Celtics, and Patriots throughout his life. Warren spent many years attending baseball games at Fenway Park alongside his close friends and family. His outgoing personality was felt by all that that knew him and he loved to make speeches and toasts at all of the family events he attended. He radiated warmth and charm to all of the lives he touched with his humor and compassion. Warren also has a passion for music, especially Jazz, as well as playing the alto saxophone. Warren also loved playing cards with his close friends throughout his adult years.
Warren is survived by his wife Marjorie, his sons David and Jonathan, his daughters-in-law Parisa and Jennifer, his grandchildren Ethan, Max, Jordan, and Hannah Freshman, and his nieces Jessica Spink and Alissa and Hillary Kueker. In lieu of flowers, please kindly send charitable donation in his memory to Brigham & Women’s Hospital. A private service will be held in his honor.