Donald William Warren, 43, the owner of the Turley Hall antique business in Fairfax and a former construction executive, died Monday at his home in Chantilly after a heart attack.
Mr. Warren was born in Richland, Va., and grew up in Fairfax. After attending Randolph Macon College in Ashland, Va., he went into his father's business, the C.W. Warren Construction Company, and took over its management after his father's death. The firm closed in the mid-1960s.
For the next several years, Mr. Warren was a supervisor with the S.O. Jennings Construction Company. In the early 1970s, he founded the Dulles Construction Company. That firm closed about 1976. Until he founded the Turley Hall enterprise about a year ago, Mr. Warren worked for the Warren Investment Company, a family business that manages property.
Mr. Warren was the sponsor of the Rebels Slow Pitch Softball Team in Fairfax. He also was a member of the Fairfax Jaycees and the Fairfax Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Faye, of Chantilly; one son, William Shealor Warren, and four daughters, Susan Lynn, Elizabeth Ann, Laura Allyn and Kathleen Nelson Warren, all of Chantilly; his stepfather and mother, Frank and Kathleen LeRoux of Walla Walla, Wash.; one sister, Martha Needham of New Port Ritchie, Fla., and two stepsisters, Michele Weigelt of Bellevue, Wash., and Margaret Buchan of Walla Walla.
The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of contributions to the Heart Fund of the American Heart Association.