Jason Hunter Ward

August 11th, 2017 | Posted by curryfuneralhome in Obituaries

It is with great sadness for the Ward family to announce the death of a wonderful son, brother, nephew, cousin and friend.

Jason Hunter Ward, 34 years old of Cross Lanes, went home to be with the Lord unexpectedly on Wednesday,  August 9, 2017.

Jason was a 2001 graduate of Nitro High School. He then attended Marshall University and West Virginia State University. Jason was a part owner of AAA Carpet Cleaners that he shared with his father.

Jason is survived my his father, Paul Ward of Cross Lanes, his mother, Connie Hunter Walker of Titusville, FL, and his sister, Kara Lea Ward of Cross Lanes. Along with many beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins. Jason is also survived by numerous friends that he considered family.

Services will be held at Curry Funeral home in Alum Creek, WV. Visitation will be on Sunday, August 13, 2017 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The funeral service will follow at 3:00 p.m. The service will be officiated by Pastor Dwight McClure. Remembrances will be given by Randy Saunders, Chris Johnson, John Lackey and Beth Dunlap.

Burial will follow at Forks of Coal Memorial Park in Alum Creek, WV.


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13 Responses

  • Jim & Mary Mullins says:

    Connie, Kara, and family, our thoughts and prayers are for you and hope you can find some peace through this difficult time. We know Jason is surrounded by loved ones.
    Love you.

  • Nathan "Big Nate" Sayre says:

    Paul, Connie, and Kara,

    I am so ridiculously sorry for your loss. Jason (and all of you) meant very much to me as we were growing up. I remember back to our times, especially playing ball, quite often. I’m sorry that I was unable to be there in person to pay my respects. But know that each of you are in my prayers! May God wrap His loving arms around you and grant you the peace that passes all understanding!

  • Debbie and Ron Jordan says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Hugs and prayers.

  • Pam Coon Cantley says:

    Aunt Connie and family, my heart is broken for you. In the days and years to come, remember and laugh about all the great memories you have of Jason. Love you and pray for peace in your hearts.

  • Larry Echols says:

    I would like to offer my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I can well remember some of the discussions you and I had at work about your son and him playing football and I wanted to let you know I think of you often. If at any time after this you would like to get together and just talk I’m available most of the time. Feel free to call anytime. Maybe we could get together for lunch or breakfast sometime. Again I can’t feel your pain but just wanted to let you know I’ll be thinking of you.

    Larry Echols

  • Regina says:

    Jason you will be missed by a lot you was a wonderful man. I have only known you for a short time. But we all loved you. I am sorry for your family they are in my prayers today. And we will never forget you.

  • Chris Stewart says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. It seems surreal that someone this young could be taken so early. It is with deep regret that I am unable to attend and pay my respects. I send my most sincere condolences to your family during this devastating time. I am keeping your family in my prayers.

  • Pamela Woods says:

    I am so very sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathy to your family and the friends and acquaintances whose lives were touched. Pam Woods

  • Connie Hunter Walker says:

    I love you with all my heart. It is in a million pieces right now. I will love you forever and you will live in my heart. You and Kara are my pride and joy. I will meet you someday again Bub. I know you and Momma are together and she is happy to see you but way to soon. I will miss your text everyday, “I love you Mom forever and all days”. Be at peace my precious son.
    Love You

  • Connie Hunter Walker says:

    I will love you forever and always. You will live in my heart. We will meet again someday Bub. Watch for me.
    Love you

  • Joetta Heck says:

    Words cannot express the sadness I feel over the loss of Jason. I am so very sorry for Paul, Connie, Kara and the entire family. I remember Jason and Kara as little playmates to my girls and watched as they all grew up together.. We spent so much time with them and the family. You will all remain in my prayers. May God hold you all close during this valley that you walk through.

  • Larry Hall says:

    I am so devastated by the news of this wonderful friend’s passing. I worked with your mother when she carried you and went to the hospital to await the news of your birth. You held a special place in my heart and I will never forget you. I cherish the picture of you that was put with your obituary and I will pray for your family, Connie, Paul and Kara. I also had pictures of me holding you when you were little and I will always cherish them along with the obituary picture. I will never forget the wonderful memories of you as you grew to be a young man. I loved your mother as a dear friend and I enjoyed seeing you always. May God give you peace and also to those you leave behind.

  • Sharon Johnson says:

    Jason was like a son to us. He was such a very kind kid and always had that sneaking grin on his beautiful face. I know that my son’s heart is aching because he thought of Jason as a brother. They spent many hours together in school/college at Marshall and after they left graduation. I love you guys and pray that you will find peace to get your through this time.
    Proverbs 3:5 & 6. Lean not unto your own understand.
    II Corinthians 5:8 – 8 We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.

    We love you all and God bless.

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