Warren Paul Patzer

December 23, 1936 - March 4, 2019

Warren Patzer, 82, of Batavia passed away March 4, 2019, at Central Dupage Hospital in Winfield.  Warren was born December 23, 1936, in Batavia the son of Joseph and Mabel Patzer. 

Warren was employed by All Steel in Aurora for many years until his retirement at the age of 55.  He graduated from Batavia High School class of 1955.  He kept in touch with his many classmates and was the kind of guy who was invested in people.  Appropriate or not Warren always had a joke ready to lighten the mood or create a laugh with everyone he met.  Warren had an infectious personality with a sweet laid back demeaner.  He will be remembered for his almost daily walks around the westside of Batavia.  The guy with the crooked cane and later the guy with the scooter disobeying traffic laws.  He made his almost daily trips to Panera Bread, the public library, or just to find a great conversation with his friends.  Warren loved to read and during his early years he loved to travel with is family and the popup trailer.  Warren has been a big part of his grandchildren’s and great grandchildren’s lives which he dearly loved.   

He is survived by his children Scott (Tami) Patzer of Denver, CO and Sherri (Corey) Clark of Batavia; four grandchildren, Morgan (David Arrington) Villapando, Jarret Clark, Katy and Ian Patzer; three great-grandchildren Maliah and Lilyana Villapando and Kobe Arrington; and many nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his siblings, Hazel Hawse, Raymond Patzer, Arlene Wagner, Melvin Patzer, and Ron Patzer; and his former wife and friend Mary Pavlak

A memorial service to celebrate Warren’s life will be held 4:00 P.M. Saturday, March 23, 2019 at Moss Family Funeral Home 209 South Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL.  Visitation will be held 2:00 P.M. until the time of the service at the funeral home. 

Guest Book

  • Angela Warren was my favorite customer at Chapters Coffee shop. I will miss him coming in on his way home for a cup of coffee and a cookie. I am glad I got to meet the funniest and friendliest person in Batavia.
  • Dick & Pat Bowron When I was a young boy I lived on walnut st. The east side of Abhaulter's store. warren was a great class mate, I will miss him at our outings at N. Aurora . see you another time & another place. Dick &Pat Bowron
  • Janis + Paul Warren was a Batavia treasure and embodied everything good about this town- friendliness, community support, and was a role model for what it means to be a neighbor. We adored him, and miss him greatly. Whether you walked your dog, drove by his porch, or were out for a family stroll, seeing him was the highlight!
  • Holly Sparks Warren always made me laugh. Very warm and comforting. He was a generous and kind man. Batavia will miss him dearly. Loves and hugs to Scott and Sherri.
  • Peggy Hawse I will miss Uncle Warren so much. For many years I called him my favorite uncle. He was so friendly to all he met as he walked and rode his cart around town. My sympathy to his family as they miss him each day.