OBITUARY

Jean M. Ward

November 8, 1935March 21, 2021

Jean M. Ward passed away on Sunday March 21, 2021. She was a resident of Stamford CT for the past 18 years and a longtime resident of East Meadow Long Island. She was 85 years old.

She is survived by her children, Thomas F. Ward Jr. and his wife Marie, Jean Carucci and her husband Mark, Patrick Ward and his wife Catherine as well as her sister Mary Holland of Cleveland Ohio and her brother Joseph Billings of Brooklyn NY. She was the proud grandmother of James, Lauren, Thomas the III, Joseph and Anthony Ward in addition to Charles, Margaret, and Henry Carucci. She is pre-deceased by her husband of 49 years, Thomas F. Ward and her son Matthew James Ward

She will be waked at Leo P. Gallagher’s’ Funeral Home 2900 Summer Street Stamford CT on Wednesday March 24 from 4-8pm. Funeral Mass at St, Bridget’s of Ireland Church, 278 Strawberry Hill Ave. Stamford CT on Thursday March 25th at 9:30am.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a memorial donation to the Hope in Motion Bennet Cancer Center of Stamford. For information call or visit www.stamfordhospitalfoundation.org/foundation/programs/bennett-cancer-center/ or call 203-276-5944

Services

  • Calling hours

    Wednesday, March 24, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Thursday, March 25, 2021

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Ellie Hanlon

March 23, 2021

I have nice memories of your mom Patrick and my sympathies go out to you and your family. She was a wonderful lady and she will be missed by all the family. Love, Ellie Hanlon

RICHARD L. DALY

March 22, 2021

From Betty & Larry Daly's elder son Richard in Plattsburgh, NY:
Dear family, Jean was a woman of Faith and her family was everything. While saddened by her passing, I rejoice in knowing her pain is past and her reward is at hand. As you close your survivor circle, let me add a personal note: At my godmother Ruth Billing's funeral, my Mom's cousin Helen Polito, her son Joe and I waited at rear of the church to see how seating would play out. When Jean entered the church and saw us, she came over, swept us up with with a big smile and outstretched arm, saying "Come with me ... YOU are all family!"
God love you, Jean, as the Angels come to greet YOU! I shall donate to 'your' Foundation as suggested. RD