OBITUARY

Jacqueline A Ward

April 4, 1925July 26, 2019

Jacqueline A. Ward (Pedano) went to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ on Friday July 26, 2019.

Surviving Jacqueline are daughters Joyce Newman of Ohio, Betty Flinchbaugh and Carol Gallagher of Pennsylvania. Also surviving Jacqueline are sons Dallas Ward Jr. of South Carolina and James Ward of Pennsylvania. Also left to share Jacqueline’s memory are 10 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, and 10 great-great grandchildren.

Jacqueline was a member of North Hills Community Church, Taylors, SC where many of the members became her closest and dearest friends.

Jacqueline will be laid to rest beside her beloved husband of almost 56 years, Dallas Ward Sr. in Whitemarsh Memorial Park, Ambler PA at 11 AM on Friday August 2.

A memorial service for Jacqueline will be held at North Hill Community Church later in August.

A special thank you to the staff at Interim Hospice, including Rose Wilson, RN, Darby Danko, SW, Carrie Hudson, CNA, and Chaplains Scott Linnerud, Dave Garner, and Fran Moran, and to the staff at Elite Senior Center, including Ana Juerges, Administrator, for the amazing care and support provided. Also, a special thank you to Maryann Maxell and Linda Caballos for the friendship, care, and love provided in the home.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Stroke Association at www.strokeassociation.org.

Condolences to the family can be made at www.woodlawn-fh.com.

  • DONATIONS

  • American Stroke Association

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, August 2, 2019

Memories

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Carol Gallagher

August 2, 2019

Mom was the sweetest person ever. She loved everyone and enjoyed life.
She told many a story that kept us captivated.
She taught us so many things, but the most important was about Jesus.
She shared the love of the Lord with everyone she met.
I miss you Momma,
with love, your Christmas Carol.
Until we meet again.

Betty Flinchbaugh

August 2, 2019

My Mom was a wonderful woman, wife, mother and Christian. She was very innovative raising five children with a very slim budget. She found ways to bring adventures into our lives. She raised five children, was a wife and most of her life worked full time. She was our Wonder Woman! Miss you Mom!

Suze Couchey

August 1, 2019

Jackie tended to the nursing moms room and nursing moms at North Hills. She stood close to the main entry going into the sanctuary. I got a hug every Sunday going into church from her, and I was not a nursing mom. Fond memories.

Jim and Kathy Hartwig

July 31, 2019

Dear Jackie was “Mom” to us, as she probably was to a lot of people. She spread smiles and love everywhere, and was such a blessing to our church members.
We especially miss her funny skits at our Seniors’ group, and look forward to being with her again, one day.

Rhonda Shaver

July 29, 2019

Our granny was such fun! I remember spending time at the Jersey shore with her, my mom, sister, and brother every summer.
I know that she loved the Lord and that we'll see her again, but I'm going to miss her until then.

Jan Vogel-Manz

July 29, 2019

There are many years of memories of Jackie (& Dallas too). They both were close friends with my parents. I remember the big table in their house in Horsham where they would have a large crowd over for a delicious meal. She was a Pioneer Girls leader when I was in my teens. When I had my permit, she wanted me to drive her Rambler! I turned her down though she really wanted me to drive it. She was a bus driver so I know she was a good driver. She came over to take care of me when I was very sick after having my son. We have stayed in contact over the years. She came to one of my concerts and stood up in the back and waved a big wave to me! I loved to laugh with her! The last visit I had with her was in the Spring of 2008, in her apartment in Taylors, SC. That was such a sweet time we had. (picture is from that visit.) I wish we could have had another visit after that. But we will see each other in Glory. I'm sure Dallas, my parents, Charlie & Agnes Vogel, and Ed & Gertrude O'Brien were at the pearly gates to greet her!

William Graver

July 29, 2019

Love you Granny!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY