Dale B. Ward

Date of Death: March 24, 2012
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Dale B. Ward, 93, of West Lafayette, Indiana, and native of Illinois, died Saturday at University Place in West Lafayette. Born October 30, 1918, to the late Bert E. and Ethel (King) Ward and was raised in rural Van Orin, Illinois. He married Viola M. Fundell, resident of Bureau County, in 1942, in Phoenix, ArizonaContinue Reading

Debra Jo Endres-Ard left a message on June 10, 2014:
I am sorry and very deeply saddened to learn of Col. Ward's passing. He was an extraordinarily kind gentleman with whom I always enjoyed crossing paths at the AQHA shows over the years. Sending thoughts, prayers, heartfelt condolences, and many hugs for all.
Nela regan left a message on March 29, 2012:
Dear Karen and Janelle,
I just heard of Dale&s passing. I wanted you to know I was thinking of you. I still remember all of our good times so many years ago. I have mentioned Dale&s passing to my boys. They also send their condolences. Fondly, Nela
Jackie left a message on March 28, 2012:
When a loved one dies, it causes so much sorrow. It is my hope as a community volunteer to share a comforting thought with the family and friends of Dale Ward. In the Bible book of Job 14:14,15 there is an intriguing question asked and answered. One that almost all of us have asked also. It says, ""If an able-bodied man dies can he live again? You (God) will call and I myself (the deceased) shall answer you. For the works of your hands you will have a yearning."" Yes, the Creator longs to bring back to life those who have died. Here we find that He will bring back to life by means of a resurrection those asleep in death. What a wonderful promise and sure future for our dear loved ones. May you find peace in this time of loss. We express our deepest sympathy.
Julie Ward Cromwell left a message on March 27, 2012:
Dear Karen, Janelle and family,

I am very sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Dale. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I know it is a very difficult time and I wish I was able to be there with you. Please know you are in my heart as I send my love and prayers.

With much Sympathy,
Julie and Larry Cromwell
Stephen, Kaleb and Collin

Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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