Edward M. Warren ’49 of Evergreen, Colo., died on November 11, 2010. Edward was born in 1925 in Barberton, Ohio. He graduated from Mines with a professional degree in geological engineering. As a student, he was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Much of his career was spent working as an independent geologist and with small oil companies. Edward was heavily involved with the CSM Alumni Association, serving on the Past President’s Committee; chairing the alumni golf tournament; and serving on the board of directors as a member, director, secretary, treasurer, vice president and president. He was also active in the Reunion Giving Program and the Reunion Planning Committee. In 1985, he received the Outstanding Alumnus Award in recognition of his work. Edward is survived by his wife of 60 years, Pat; son, David; daughters, Susan Verde and Carol Arnold; seven grandchildren; two great-granddaughters; and his sister, Ida Mae Meacham.
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