James T. Ward
1937 ∼ 2019
KATHRYN E KELLIHER of BROCKTON wrote:
My most sincere sympathy on the loss of your loving husband & father. May He rest in peace God Bless
Michael of Kingston, MA wrote:
Heaven has a great man in you. I enjoyed the time we spent together talking sports, going to a boxing match, and the laughs. May you now RIP. Diane, Patty, Julie, Kathy, Marisa, Brittany, Johnny, Ryan, Kyle, and Malory may you all find the peace and happiness knowing that Jim cherished and loved you all
Michael Kurey Jr of Kingston, MA wrote:
Heaven has a great man in you. I enjoyed the time we spent together talking sports, going to a boxing match, and the laughs. May you now RIP. Diane, Patty, Julie, Kathy, Marisa, Brittany, Johnny, Ryan, Kyle, and Mallory may you all find the peace and happiness knowing that Jim cherished and loved you all
Bob Myers wrote:
Sorry for you loss
Kathy Regan of quincy ms wrote:
My thoughts are with your family. I remember babysitting for you with Maryellen when you lived on Ashmont Street in Dorchester. Jimmy was a wonderful man.
Kathy Regan of Quincy, Ma wrote:
I remember babysitting for you on Ashmont St. Jimmy was a wonderful man. My thoughts are with your family.
Karen McHowell of Randolph,Ma wrote:
Julie and the Ward Family, My deepest condolences to you all. Mr Ward will always be remembered by us and will be greatly missed. RIP Mr Ward Love Karen Glen And Ashley
Carol & Dick Murphy of Naples, Florida wrote:
Sorry about your loss, your family is in our hearts and prayers❤️
Kathy Royle of Rockledge FL wrote:
Rest in peace. Love to Julie Diane and the family
Catherine Murray of Hubbardston MA wrote:
Sorry for your loss and sorrow.
Jodie Coppedge of Boone North Carolina wrote:
I remember one summer when I was a kid,I came up from Boone N.C to stayed a couple weeks with my cousin Julie, Uncle Jim and Aunt Dianne. Julie had an extremly early paper route. Every morning, Uncle Jim would get up and take Julie on her route. I got up one morning, because Julie made me and road in the back seat of his big car (I think it was blue) trying to stay awake, while Julie threw news papers onto customers lawns/driveways. I just remember how close Jim and Julie were and thought how awesome it was for him to drive her around to help her deliver the papers. I always knew they had a special relationship/connection. Unfortunately, I did not get up again to help Julie with her paper route, it was just TOO early for me. My heart will miss Uncle Jim, but I know he is resting peacefully with our Lord Jesus Christ. Love to all the family, God bless, Jodie "Critcher "Coppedge and kids (Livia, Mary Ellen, Henry, Catherine, Delaney and John-patrick) xoxo
woodward/moylan of Middleboro wrote:
Diane, Kathy,Patty, Julie Death leaves a heartache no one can heal;Love leaves a memory no one can steal. Love The Woodward's and Val
Brenda & Chuck Cannon of Bridgewater MA wrote:
We know Jim and his family through his brother-in-law and sister-in-law. He was always a warm and friendly guy; a true gentleman! He was very sincere and caring for others even when enduring medical issues. He will be missed.
Donna Donohoe Damon of Tilton NH wrote:
I'm sorry for your loss Diane and girls. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.