Peacefully on Monday, March 8, 2021 Frederick Allen Ward, Sr. departed this earthly life in Waldorf, MD. Family and friends will unite on Saturday, March 20, 2021 from 10:00am until time of service 12:00pm at Briscoe-Tonic Funeral Home 2294 Old Washington Road, Waldorf, MD 20601. Interment will be held on Monday, March 29, 2021, 11:15am at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, MD.
Celebration of Life for Frederick Allen Ward, Sr.
Sending my deepest sympathy and condolence to Johnnie, Darnella Freddie and the entire family. May God comfort you and give you peace and strength during this most difficult time. Loving prayers are with each one of you. ❤
My sincere Prayers and Condolences to my aunt and cousins in their time of grief and sadness. May God send his angels to comfort you and your family in this time of need.
Rest in Peace Uncle Freddy…Love you
Uncle Freddy was a great man. Well respected and loved. We’re going to miss time a shining star. Angel in heaven that is now going to look down on us. I love you Uncle Freddie.
Johnnie, I was so sad to learn of Fredâ€™s passing from Kim. Barry and I are keeping you, Fred, Jr., Darnelle, and your family in prayer during this time of loss. Rejoice in knowing that Fred is better place, free from pain and suffering. He was such a friendly and jovial person who thoroughly enjoyed entertaining and watching us devour the wonderful food at cookouts we attended! And trust me, we enjoyed it all just as much! The pandemic has robbed us of such gatherings and visits, in general. But we are thankful for those great memories. RIP Fred! You will be missed by many!
Carrie & Barry Fox and Family
March 19, 2021
Johnnie, I was deeply saddened to hear of
Fred’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Darnella and Fred, Jr. at this very
difficult time. May God give each of you strength and comfort to face the days ahead.
May his loving memories be forever held in
With sincere and heartfelt sympathy,
Gloria D. Ward
Johnnie, Darnella, Freddy – What can I say? Fred, you and my family had a friendship that has lasted more than 40 years. I’m going to miss my friend, my Masonic Brother and in his own way, my mentor. I’m glad that I got to visit with you guys a couple of years ago when I came to Maryland to bury my cousin and I’ll always cherish my last minutes spent talking with Fred on the phone just hours before he took his final breath. Johnnie, know that I am but a phone call away and always available to talk to you at any time. My family has a scholarship presented to a student planning to attend Albany State University in Albany, GA named for my 1st Cousin and I will be donating $200 in Fred’s name this year to the Bettye Jean Carter Scholarship Fund. You know that I would be there but for my medical problems that I am having but I will be watching on the podcast Saturday at Noon. Love you guys, God Bless you and remember, “there is no hurt that Heaven cannot heal”.
Jay Johnson & Family
Huber Heights, OH
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. I add a salute to Fred from a historical military class.
Love from one of the four Amigos