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William Kenneth "Bill" Warrender (August 5, 1908 – April 6, 1997) was a Canadian politician, who represented Hamilton Centre in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1951 to 1962 as a Progressive Conservative member.〔(Legislative Assembly records )〕 Prior to his service in the Legislature, Warrender was a lawyer and civic politician in Hamilton.
==Early life and political career==
Warrender was born in Stoney Creek, Ontario in 1908.〔()〕 He attended the Hamilton Collegiate Institute, followed by post-secondary studies at both McMaster University and Osgoode Law School. Practicing as a lawyer in Hamilton, Warrender's first foray into politics saw him elected to Hamilton City Council in 1940 as an alderman for Ward Two. He served in this position for two terms until the beginning of the Second World War.
After the beginning of hostilities, Warrender joined the Royal Canadian Air Force where he served as a Flight Lieutenant. Following his return from Europe, Warrender attempted a political comeback, but was defeated in Hamilton's 1944 municipal election. After winning an acclamation to City Council in 1945, Warrender served four terms as Ward Two's alderman before being elected to Hamilton's Board of Control in 1949. In 1950, he was re-elected and, after securing the greatest number of votes amongst the four Controllers, also served as the City's Vice-Mayor.
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