Word has been received that Warren S. Harriman, 92, formerly of Sandwich, died on July 2 in Fort Myers, Florida.
He was husband of the late Elizabeth (Deehan) Harriman. They were married for 45 years.
Mr. Harriman was born and raised in Brockton. He relocated to Cape Cod in 1968.
He served during World War II and was a Pearl Harbor survivor and a Bronze Star recipient.
After the war Mr. Harriman operated his own business for many years, working as a painter and paper hanger. Later, he worked for the Mellon family in Oyster Harbors.
Although he was plagued with macular degeneration for the last 15 years of his life, he remained active and enjoyed fishing, cooking and bike riding around Sanibel Island and Fort Myers, Florida. He stayed active until a few months before his death.
He leaves his three children, Brian Harriman, Stephen Harriman, and Pamela Terry and her husband, Robert Terry; three grandchildren, Matthew Terry, Caitlin Mangiardi, and Alexander Terry; and two great-grandchildren, Reilly Terry and Beckett Mangiardi.
Mr. Harriman was the father of the late James Harriman.
A memorial service is planned for Friday, August 22, at 2:30 PM at the Massachusetts National Cemetery, Connery Avenue, Bourne.