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Warren Group chairman Timothy M. Warren Sr. dies at 89

BOSTON (AP) — Timothy Matlack Warren Sr., who led the business and real estate publishing company that bears his family’s name, has died after a nearly yearlong battle with a progressive blood disorder, his son said. He was 89.

Warren, chairman of Boston-based The Warren Group, died Friday at home in Topsham, Maine, surrounded by family.

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His son, Timothy Warren Jr., says his father’s death has left the family broken hearted, but proud of a glorious and happy life of service and accomplishment.

He was diagnosed in January with myelodysplastic syndrome.

Warren, who joined the family business in 1948, set the company on stable financial footing and turned the flagship publication Banker & Tradesman into a powerful industry voice.

He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Phyllis, three children, and others.

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