Somerville Remembering Warren E. Fencl


Our sincere condolences thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Warren E. Fencl on his passing.

Warren E. Fencl was a wonderful person who will be sadly missed here in Somerville.

FENCL, Warren E. – 86, Of Somerville, who was born in Cambridge passed away peacefully on June 3, 2020.
Cherished son of the late Ida E. (Milligan) and Charles J. Fencl.
Beloved brother of the late Helen L. Nash, Evelyn R. Bagwell, Theodore Fencl and Ida Mae Fencl.
Loving uncle of Paula Cabral and the late Kenneth Nash.
Also survived by several dear great nieces and nephews.
Warren was Past Commander x 3, Gold Life Member, Captain Post Honor Guard/ Color Guard, of American Legion, Post 19, Past Chief De Gare Middlesex County Voiture 41, 40/8. A Life Member of James A. Logan V.F.W., Post 6800, D.A.V. Chapter 27, Sampson Air Force Base Veterans Assoc., National Rifle Assoc., A.F. Communicators & Air Traffic Controllers Assoc., and Retired Enlisted Assoc. Retired Veteran after 22 years of service in USAF during the Korean Conflict and Vietnam War, T/SGT E-6. Retired Lieutenant and former Rangemaster/Armorer of Federal Reserve Bank Police Dept., and former Deputy Chief of Somerville Auxiliary Police.
Warren was a very kind and giving person who will be missed by all who knew him.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a Funeral Mass in St. Clement Church 71 Warner St., Medford, Monday morning at 10:00am followed by a Funeral Procession and Graveside Service with Military Honors in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford, where Warren will be laid to rest alongside his parents.


2 thoughts on “Somerville Remembering Warren E. Fencl”

  1. I worked with Warren for many years at the Boston Federal Reserve Police Department and he will be missed. Sgt
    Rick Simaratana FRB PD Retired.

  2. I am a member of the post 19. That where I met Warren about 10 years ago. We all had so much fun there. Warren love to play darts he was playing to the day we closed. He love being around people. He was a great guy. One time they had a function down stairs can’t remember what it was but we all went upstairs after every one was dancing so I asked Warren to dance what a great dancer he was. He will be missed by everyone. RIP Warren.

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