Roy F. Ware Jr.

June 12, 1935December 28, 2018

Roy F. Ware Jr., 83, of Thornville, passed away on Friday, December 28, 2018 at Fairfield Medical Center. Roy was born June 12, 1935, in Chauncey, Ohio to the late Roy F. and Margaret E. Lowery Ware. Roy attended Avlon United Brethren in Christ Church, was a US Army Veteran, member of NRA and worked for Basil Joint Fire District. He retired from Baltimore Fire Department and AcroSeal International Paper. Roy is survived by his wife, Evelyn E. Miller Ware, son, Anthony Ware, daughters, Joanna Mills and Tiffany Ware; grandchildren, Joshua, Caleb, PJ, Brandon and Ryan; great grandchildren, Anthony, Johnathan, Aiden and Bryson; sister, Rita (John) Knore, brother, Kenneth (Marty) Ware; step children, Penny (Kevin) Strohm, Shirley (Rick) Rager and Steve (Brenda) Miller; several grandchildren. Memorial service will be held 11:00 a.m. Saturday at Avlon United Brethren in Christ Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Avlon United Brethren in Christ Church, 11010 Avalon Road NE Bremen, Ohio 43107


  • Avlon United Brethren in Christ Church


  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 5, 2019

Roy F. Ware Jr.

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David K LUMPY Stilwell

January 6, 2019

I am sorry to have missed service for Roy. I didn't get the information until after it was passed.
Roy was a good friend. He was my Battalion Chief on the Basil fd. He was a good paramedic. A good mechanic. Always had a good story to relate from his youth, his job or his military career.
I held great respect for Roy. He visited me in the hospital once when I was ill. That meant a great deal to me.
I will miss Roy. A very good man!

Anthony Ware

January 2, 2019

Joanna Mills

January 1, 2019

The day I danced with my dad at my wedding. He told me how beautiful I was and he wanted to remember this day forever. I felt like his little girl all over again. He even stepped on my toes like he use to when I was little dancing with him.
If ya know my dad he didn't talk that way so I was really proud of that moment.
We will dance once again dad.