James Robert "Bob" Ward
- December 26, 2011
- Florence, South Carolina
of James' Passing
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I knew Bob through my work as an editor at the Florence Morning News in the mid and late 70's. I respected his professionalism and was always glad to see him in the newsroom; he was so friendly and good to be around. God bless those who grieve.
Posted by: DeVere Williams - Florence, SC - friend Jan 03, 2012
I just heard about Mr. Ward's death and am so sorry that I missed his service. Please know that his family will be in my prayers. I worked with Mr. Ward (I was too young to call him Bob) at Francis Marion University for five years. He taught me many things about the public relations field, and we talked about sports. He had a direct impact on my professional career. He will most defintely be missed, although I can still see him driving his VW bug.
Posted by: Michael G. Hawkins - Florence, SC - former co-worker Dec 29, 2011
So sorry to hear of your father's death. May you and Ana find comfort and peace in the arms of a loving Heavenly Father, and joy in your memories.
Mike & Candy Sabato, Blue Ridge friends
Posted by: Mike and Candy Sabato - Black Mountain, NC - friend Dec 28, 2011
Scott and Barbie: I am so sorry to hear of Uncle Bobby's passing. I have lots of fond memories of him and Aunt Geneva. Wilford and I have you in our hearts and prayers. We would love to see both of you again soon. I pray that you will have peace and comfort during this hard time.
Sheila Ward Greene and Wilford Greene
Posted by: Sheila Ward Greene - Mooresboro, NC - Niece Dec 28, 2011
The heart remembers most what it has loved best. May those memories comfort you and bring you peace. Although our loves ones leave life as we know it, in our memory, the love we know will always carry on. Our greatest sympathy. the day is near when all who have fallen asleep will be awaken-John 5:28,29
Posted by: Magallon Family Dec 27, 2011
Life is short. “It must quickly pass by, and away we fly,” perhaps in some 70 or 80 years. (Psalm 90:10) Humans come and go like green grass, like a passing shadow, like an exhalation. (Psalm 103:15; 144:3, 4) But God did not purpose that we spend a few decades growing up and gaining some wisdom and experience, only to spend the next few decades breaking down and descending into illness and death. God created humans with the desire
Posted by: Michael - Jacksonville, FL Dec 27, 2011