Todd Travis Warrick entered into the presence of our lord's incomprehensible light on February 12th, 2021. He was born April 9th, 1965 in Passaic General Hospital to Geraldine Warrick in Passaic, NJ.
Todd was educated through Passaic Public School Systems. He was a Passaic resident for most of his life, often returning to keep in contact with old friends and help others in need. He served as a military policeman, in the army reserves, was a bounty hunter, and a corrections officer.
Todd was an entrepreneur with gifted hands that could fix anything. He was a CDL driver who drove tractor trailers for years. It was as easy to him as driving a small car. He was technically gifted and creatively gifted. He actively worked on his aspiring acting career, photography skills, and poetry - all the while, living by the word of God.
Todd was a charming, charismatic, funny, passionate, and extremely positive gentleman. He had such a beautiful heart, always pushing others to not just reach higher, but to reach for the stars. He was a devoted father, who always put his sons first, and his family first.
Todd is predeceased by His mother: Geraldine Warrick, Grandmother: Helen Warrick, Grandfather: Edward J.B. Warrick, Uncle: Edward J.B. Warrick Jr, Aunt: Barbara Black, and his Brother: Sean Simpson.
He is survived by his four Sons: Endeavor Travis Warrick, Romance Julian Warrick, Infinite Paradise Warrick, and Lawrence Morales, Daughter-in-law: Carla Rosario & Grandson: Ethan Rosado, Sister: Tina M. Warrick & Brother-in-Law: Darius Rush, Brother: Dane Black, One Niece: Danielle Rogers, Two Nephews: Darius Rush Jr. & Shaheem Belton, Step-father: George J. McKenna Jr., Uncle: Craig Black, Aunt: Patricia Warrick, Cousins: Edward Warrick Jr. (EJ), Kyra Warrick, and His cousin who helped to raise him: Tanya Jackson (Punkin)
He leaves to cherish in his memory, a fiance: Shernice Ojeda and his three step-daughters: Angilique Rosa, Casandra Rosa, and Leah Rosa; along with a host of loving cousins and cherished friends, including Karina and Hank Fernandez, Stella Sammarro, the Baez Family, and dear friend: Pastor Carl Ellen.
Todd will always be loved, and always have a place in our hearts and souls. Until we meet again, in God's incomprehensible light!