Warren David Edwards, son of the late Vera and Willie ("Bama") Edwards, was born on September 11, 1924 in Skippersville, Alabama. He was called to eternal life on Tuesday, October 22, 2013. \tWarren received an early education in Reddick, FL and through life-long experiences. He served in the United States Navy as a CB (Navy Construction Battalion a�" the Seabees) and was honorably discharged after serving his tour of duty. \tIn 1946, he married his childhood sweetheart, Onnie Johnson and out of this union was born seven (7) children: Melvin, Warren, Maarufu, Lloyd, Gloria, Yvonne, and Yolanda (preceded in death). Warren loved his children and was devoted to his wife and family. He was a lifelong, faithful member of St. Luke Methodist Church where he served as a member of the Usher Board, Senior Choir, Finance Committee, and as Sunday School Instructor. He was beloved by his church family. \tWarren worked tirelessly for many years in and around Dorchester County where he was employed by James Construction Company and Cambridge Municipal Utilities. He was also the Worshipful Master for the Pride of Cambridge Lodge #50 and a member of the Dorchester County Elks Lodge. His favorite pastime was fishing, playing scrabble, and reading the Bible. He was a quiet, gentle, soft-spoken, and loving man who was also a great listener. He made numerous friends wherever he went and will be sincerely missed by everyone who knew him. \tWarren leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Onnie; his six (6) children: Melvin Edwards (Rosa) of Orlando, FL; Warren Edwards (Delores) of Baltimore, MD; Maarufu Aulu (Barbara) of Orlando, FL; Lloyd Edwards (Bonnie) of Cambridge, MD; Gloria Edwards of Cambridge, MD; Yvonne Edwards ("RaMen'tKa") of Tampa, FL; nine (9) grandchildren: Melvin Edwards, Marvin Edwards, Marsha Jefferson, Monica Edwards, Damus Aulu, Hodari Aulu, Chris Edwards, Nakia Edwards, and Malcolm Edwards; thirteen (13) great grandchildren; two (2) great-great grandchildren; a sister, Charlotte Lawrence (Ocala, FL); a brother, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Services will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2013 11am at St. Luke United Methodist Church 712 Bradley Ave Cambridge, MD with a viewing Friday evening 6-8pm at the church and one hour prior to the service.