Ned “Lil Peanut” Warren IV was born February 24, 1986 in Toledo, Ohio as the first born child of Kelly Kennedy and Ned Warren III.
As a child, Ned loved to dress up and was the reason why a lot of Toledo, Ohio schools began to enforce uniforms. He was a member of Chant for Change, a youth community program. He was great with numbers and excelled in everything he put his mind to. Ned grew up and became an outstanding electrician, handyman, and even went to school to become a real estate agent in Las Vegas, NV. Everyone knew him as very remarkable and skilled at fixing everything! His model was “you know I can fix anything”.
Ned lived his life freely and loved to help others. He would give anyone the shirt off his back. He enjoyed spending time with his children and taking them on fun and exciting family events.
Ned gave his life to Christ during his membership at Kingdom Life Ministries in Las Vegas NV and fellowshipped with them from 2013-2020. Ned served in outreach and would dedicate his time volunteering wherever he was needed. He will greatly be remembered and missed by Pastor Michael and First Lady Ramona Gantz and the whole KLM congregation.
He leaves to cherish his memory, his brothers; Najee Warren, Nicholas Warren, and Johnny Kennedy. Other siblings; Sabrina, Jeanine, Jamual, Mioka Jenkins. Children: Vin’Nya Sibby, Lamar Warren, Ni-Yonna Warren, Kumora Brown, Nylah Warren, Khaleesi Warren, and an unborn baby girl. He was such a family man that he took on the role of “step-dad” to 5 children; Delavion, Jaylahnyc, Jaeion, Aniyah, and Jalon. The mothers of his children; Vinisha, Sagittarius, L’Tricia and Sirena. He listened and cared deeply for two women who often poured into his life; his aunt Yvette and “ma” Laura. Ned had an abundant amount of love and respect from a host of family members, extended family and friends. His Grandmother and Grandfather Ned and Rose Warren Jr, Uncle Anthony E Warren, Cousin Raynell Gaitor, and ex-girlfriend Sagittarius Gomez preceded his death.
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