Violet  Ward


Violet Sue Ward, 70, died Monday July, 2019 at her home in Punta Gorda, Florida.
She is survived by her husband of 33 years Thomas Ward, her son Gerald (Jay) Rogers, her daughter Melissa Rogers Drones and husband Patrick, stepsons Jason Ward and wife Lenny, and Matthew Ward, grandsons Stephen Jacobs, Seth Jacobs, Ryan Ward and wife Rachel, Hunter Ward, granddaughters Anna Jacobs Le and husband Andrew, Haley Ward Habib and husband Jeremy, and great grandchildren, Brianna and Lyra Le.
She is also survived by her parents Troy and Mary Jane Boggs, her sister Rose Mary Boggs, her brothers David Boggs and wife Debbie, and James Boggs and wife Sandra.
Sue was born September 26, 1948 in London, Kentucky. She was a member of Soul's Harbor Church and attended First Assembly of God in Ft. Myers, Florida.
She worked for many years for the Laurel County school system, American Heart Association and retired from Girl Scouts Wilderness Road Council.
She is remembered for her love for God and her family. She was also known for her work with the homeless, helpless and lonely in need of a friend and her work in Charlotte County, Florida for the "Jesus Loves You Ministries," a group dedicated to helping the homeless. She was loved for her leadership and compassion in her newest community, Alligator Park Florida, where the outpouring of love was shown by the residents there at the news of her death.
A memorial service will be held in London at Soul's Harbor Church Saturday, July 20 at 2 p.m.
In lieu of flowers you may share in her passion by making a donation to the Sue Ward Memorial Fund, Soul's Harbor Church P.O. Box 2336, 40734. This fund will be shared between Soul's Harbor missions and "Jesus Loves You Ministry".
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Published on July 8, 2019
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