Warren Lee Bischoff  July 21 1943  January 12 2019

Warren Lee Bischoff July 21 1943 January 12 2019

Warren Lee Bischoff, age 75, passed unexpectedly of natural causes, on Saturday, January 12th, 2019, at his home in Highland Village, TX. He was born June 21st, 1943 in Chicago, IL to Andrew and Katherine Bischoff. He is survived by his wife Brenda, daughter Lauren, brother Scott and his family. Father, husband, friend and handyman to many, Warren Bischoff was a true renaissance man. His love affair with life was expressed through a fervor for cars, planes, history, art, books, film, travel, music, comedy, games and life’s simple pleasures. His accomplishments, by the numbers, speak volumes. He began his career as an Aircraft Mechanic at American Airlines over 50 years ago. He spoke forever vows to his beautiful wife, Brenda, 43 years ago. He restored 5 cars, including a 1966 Mustang for his beloved daughter. But most of all, he was adored by countless co-workers, friends and family. Visitation is scheduled for Friday, January 18th from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm and a celebration of life will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, January 19th at Flower Mound Family Funeral Home. Flowers, donations, and condolences may be offered there at 3550 Firewheel Dr, Flower Mound, TX 75028.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Warren Lee Bischoff July 21 1943 January 12 2019.

Dalton & Son Funeral Home

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  1. I only met my cousin Warren once. I was 18 and visiting from California for my grandparents, Marie and Edward Dethke’s 50th wedding anniversary. I’ll never forget the kindness Warren showed me by taking me to Howard Johnson’s for fried clams. I felt very far from home and to have someone older than me to take the time to care, meant so much to me.
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Andrea Dethke Casillas



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