football, men’s track & field
Active from 1971-1975 • Inducted in 2001
Warren was a NAIA All-American and All-conference selection in 1974. He veraged 116 receiving yards per game in 1974. As a team captain, he was the fourth-leading receiver in yards (1,360) and catches (97) at the end of his career. Warren was also honored as a Little All-Northwest selection, and siigned with the Dallas Cowboys. He was also was a member of the 1971 track and field team.
Warren currently lives in Federal Way, Wash. with his wife Margaret. They have three children. Warren earned his Master of Arts in Teaching from L&C and began teaching in 1975 in the Reynolds School District where he chaired the Health & Physical Education Department and coached football, basketball, cross country, and track. Warren worked two years at the Oregon Department of Education. After that, he was the Health Education Specialist at the Comprehensive Health Education Foundation in Seattle, Wash. In 2004, Warren received his administrative degree from Heritage University and started his new career as an administrator in the Federal Way School District. In 2011, he was honored as the Washington State HS Assistant Principal of the Year and was appointed Principal at Illahee Middle School.
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