Rodger Riley Alan Ward

Rodger Riley Alan Ward

June 27, 1987 - February 29, 2016

Rodger Riley Alan Ward

June 27, 1987 - February 29, 2016


Rodger Riley Alan Ward lives in , passed away at the age of 28.
Born on June 27, 1987 and passed away on February 29, 2016.

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11 responses to Rodger Riley Alan Ward

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  1. Very sorry to hear about Riley. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Please let us know if there is anything we can do.

    John and Carolyn German

  2. Kim Ward says:

    I will forever have a broken heart!! I love you forever Baby Boy!!

  3. Rick zoss says:

    Rodger and Kim I’m so sorry for your lose and with heavy heart I would like to leave a story about Riley and I. I will always cherish the time we had together doing pitching lessons. When the hard work was done Riley and I would play knock the baseball off the tee from the pitchers mound and the winner would win a Coke and the winner he is the greatest pitcher for the day he hated losing to me because he hated to lose at anything he did well he was the first one to beat me and he enjoy me calling him the greatest. I don’t think he even care about the Coke. I wish he was here to beat me again, I will miss you Riley and you will always be in my prayers. Love you friend and coach Rick Zoss

  4. Brett Zoss says:

    Hi Riley…. Many many years of baseball, back yard campout sleepovers and crusing around in our parents fun cars ( with out a license ) are memories i will always cherish. You were always that guy who stood up for what he believed in and protected his friends and family.

    God will link this broken chain,
    As one by one we meet again.
    In our hearts you will always stay,
    Loved and remembered every day.

    Love you bro.

    Brett Zoss

  5. Ginny Whyte says:

    Kim and Rodger,

    I was surprised and so very sorry to learn about Riley. Ryan (Whyte) has great memories of a friendship with Riley during high school, on the ETHS baseball field, and a shared summer of construction work for Rodger.

    I cannot even imagine the pain and sorrow you are experiencing right now. My heart breaks for your family.

    With Fond Memories,

    Len and Ginny Whyte
    Ryan Whyte

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