Warren E Fields

Warren E. Fields, 79

Warren E. Fields, 79, of Aston, a longtime Sun Co. employee, died March 22 at Fair Acres Geriatric Center in Middletown.

Born in Everett, Washington, Mr. Fields resided in Glenolden before moving to Aston 55 years ago.

He worked for the Sun Co. for 35 years and volunteered with the Aston Township police and fire departments.

More recently, Mr. Fields worked as a crossing guard for the Penn-Delco School District.

He was a member of Mount Hope United Methodist Church, where he served on the administrative board of directors, the ushers and also directed traffic.

He was a member of NCHA Seniors, Sun Honor Club, Sun Sapphire Club, Aston Seniors, REACT, Delaware County Fire Police Association, and the Green Ridge and Felton fire companies.

He was a NASCAR and Phillies fan who enjoyed sewing, miniature golf, traveling, arts and crafts, woodworking, painting, camping and taking trips with his wife in their RV.

Mr. Fields was the son of the late William Earl and Frances Louisa Knolls Fields. He was the widower of June E. Bishop Fields, who died in 2004. He was the brother of the late William “Howard” Fields and Eloise Engelson.

Survivors: Sons, Warren Fields of Lutz, Fla., Ralph Fields of Aston; daughter, Karen Fields of Aston; sister, Wilma E. Schroedl of Laferia, Texas; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren.

Mass: 10 a.m. Thursday, Nativity BVM Catholic Church, 30 E. Franklin St., Media.

Visitation: 8:45-9:45 a.m. Thursday at the church.

Burial: Edgewood Memorial Park, Concord.

Contributions: Aston Township Police or Fire Department, 5021 Pennell Road, Aston, PA 19014.

Condolences: www.whiteluttrell.com

Arrangements: White-Luttrell Funeral Home, Aston.

Published in Delaware County Daily Times,