To View Warren's Tribute Video CLICK HERE\nTo View Warren's Celebration of Life Service CLICK HERE\n\nA. Warren Acton\n\nAugust 7, 1942 - March 16, 2017\n\n\n\nBorn to Oreva and Claude Acton in Gary Indiana. The Family moved to Arizona in the fall of 1949. Warren met Gini on a blind date in March of 1965 and then married March 16, 1966 at the Sacred Heart Church in Tucson. They had three sons: Gene, Kenneth and Wayne.\n\nWarren's faith was strong, consistent and unwavering. He was a long time member of the Country Club Rd. Church of Christ and eventually moved and placed his membership to the Northside Church of Christ. He enjoyed Bible Study, reading his Bible daily and he was active in the Church often leading prayers.\n\nWarren loved his music and often listened to big bands like Glen Miller, country music enjoying the sounds of the Oakridge Boys and Johnny Cash to Motown and 50's rock n roll. If you were near Warren when his cell phone rang you were listening to Elvira as his ring tone.\n\nIn the beginning of Warrens marriage to Gini they enjoyed the drag and circle track car races. When Warren wasn't at home or work you could always find him at Frank Townsend Racing Works.\n\nWarren worked at Bookman's Auto Parts before becoming an apprentice in 1967 for the Southern Pacific Railroad. Over thirty-eight years with the railroad he worked his way from apprentice to Regional Supervisor his area of supervision spanned from Roseville CA. to El Paso Texas. He retired from the Union Pacific Railroad 2003.\n\nWarren made multiple trips to Alaska with Gini and friends, always making the journey to see Ken and Jeanne and family. His other travels also included many camping and hunting trips with his beloved family. His most enjoyable times was camping with the WHOLE family traveling from Arizona to Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. Upon retirement he and Gini traveled back to the Mid-West to Iowa and Missouri to visit family and see Branson.\n\nOne of Warren's favorite pastime was off-roading whether it was on ATV's or in his Jeep this was one of his most fond memories with the family.\n\nWhen Warren retired he spent countless hours working on his 1958Studebaker. The treasure hunt for the parts and the puzzle of getting the right pieces seemed as much of the pleasure as working on the car itself.\n\nWarren is survived by his wife Gini, his three sons Gene, Kenneth and Wayne, his 17 wonderful grandchildren and great grandchildren.\n\nHe will always be with us in faith and love.