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The Dr. Joseph Warren Foundation is committed to the preservation & education of the Warren legacy. To that end, we support & encourage monuments & plaques dedicated in his memory.  Although Warren was killed in action a year before the Declaration of Independence, he served his fellow colonists in a variety of roles--from physician & son of liberty to patriot spymaster & major general. 

Bunker Hill Statue

Bunker Hill

Bunker Hill 1846 (Sculptor: Henry Dextor)


The first statue of Dr. Joseph Warren was dedicated in 1857 & placed in a temporary location until the Bunker Hill Lodge was built in 1901 to house the statue. The lodge stands adjacent to the Bunker Hill Monument. 

Lodge at Bunker Hill
Roxbury MA


Roxbury 1904  (Sculptor: Paul Wayland Bartlett)


This bronze statue was placed in the center of Warren Square in Roxbury (Boston), MA in 1904. Decades later, the statue was removed  & stored to accommodate road construction. The intention was to eventually return the statue to its original location, but the Warren bronze was misplaced & forgotten about. In 1969, a physician asked that the statue be moved to the Roxbury Latin School, (Dr. Warren's Alma Mater) where it has remained on campus prominently displayed. 

Warren PA

Warren, PA

Warren, PA  (Sculptor: Richard Bock)


The General Joseph Warren statue was dedicated on July 4, 1910. The statue was commissioned by the Tidioute Chapter of the DAR. This Warren statue is displayed at the front of the General Joseph Warren Park in Warren, PA. (Named for Dr. Warren in 1795.) The statue was refurbished, to include a new sword. A rededication ceremony was held on May 9, 2011 by the General Joseph Warren Chapter of the DAR.

Gen Joseph Warren Park
Gravesite, Forest Hill

Forest Hills

Forest Hills Cemetery 2016  


This statue stands atop the Warren Family Tomb at Forest Hills Cemetery in Jamaica Plains (Boston) MA. This statue was modeled after the Bartlett statue in Roxbury & was dedicated by the Sixth Masonic District of Massachusetts Freemasons on October 22, 2016. The ceremony was attended by Dr. Warren’s fifth great-grandson, George C. Wildrick. who gave the keynote address. For more detail on this dedication, click here.

Ohio / Lanning Levine

Coming Soon

Coming Soon . . .


Currently, two separate projects are in development. In Warren County, Ohio efforts are underway to create a full-body, full-size bronze sculpture of Dr. Joseph Warren as a physician to dedicate & reveal on the June 17, 2025, 250th anniversary of Dr Warren’s death at Bunker Hill. 


Lanning Levine is spearheading efforts for a Warren statue in Washington, D.C. that will represent Warren as a patriot spymaster. We will continue to update all progress on these forthcoming projects. To get involved & see how you can help support our efforts please contact us. 

Mockup of Warren County, OH statue

Lanning Levine

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Lanning retired from corporate life as Senior Vice President, Human Resources at American Science and Engineering who develops, manufactures, markets, and sells various detection products for homeland security, force protection, public safety, and other defense applications in the United States and internationally.


He joined AS&E in 2011 and in 2013 was promoted to lead human resources as Senior Vice President. Mr. Levine has previously led human resources in organizations including MediSense, C. Bard, and Brooks Automation. He also founded Cyberspace Mining, a software company that automatized and prioritized high volume resume emails and served as CEO from 1999 to 2003. Additionally, he founded, a free online super aggregator of job postings. He holds a bachelor's degree in business management from Boston University and advanced studies in international executive management at Babson College and human resources management at University of New Hampshire.

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