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James Kris Warren, American waste water treatment facility executive. Certified water and wastewater operations Idaho State University, 1972, class IV wastewater operator Idaho, Alaska. Recipient Idaho Operator of Year award, Pacific Northwest Pollution Control Association, 1982, Employee of Year award, Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility, 1983, Outstanding Service award, Municipality Anchorage, 1983.


Warren, James Kris was born on August 9, 1951 in Blackfoot, Idaho, United States. Son of James Jackson and Delores (Walters) Warren.


Operator wastewater treatment facility, Pocatello, Idaho, 1972—1978. Wastewater treatment facility assistant superintendent Twin Falls, 1978—1982. General foreman wastewater treatment facility Municipality Anchorage, 1982—1985.

Superintendent wastewater treatment, since 1985.


Human beings can become like gods. It means they can become a part of God, and remain separate individuals with the attributes of God.


Member of Alaska Water Management Association (vice president elect South Center region 1983-1984), Water Pollution Control Federation, American Public Works Association.


Married Kathie LaRue Clark, February 26, 1971. Children: Kenneth, Kalynn.