Arthur "Ted" Frederick Ward
WARD; Arthur (Ted) Frederick ~ After a life well lived and a battle hard-fought, at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre on Friday, September 13th, 2019, Arthur (Ted) Ward at 82 years of age. Reunited with his beloved wife Annie Patricia (nee Farrell) who left us on January 31st of this year. Dear father of Rick (Elizabeth), Kevin (Jerry Taylor) and Kerin Valcourt (Chris); predeceased by infant daughter Elizabeth. Cherished grandfather of Andrew Ward, Matthew Ward and Gabrielle Marsh. Predeceased by brothers P. David Ward (Valda) and Tom Ward (Anne). Leaving to mourn with fond and loving memories brothers Denton (Helen) and Ron (Gloria). The eldest son born into a farming family, Ted chose to forego the dairy life and pursue his passion - building a successful career and supporting his family as a mechanic, truck driver and ultimately, a millwright.
In lieu of flowers or donations, we invite you to honour Ted’s lifelong commitment to his family by setting time aside to visit an elderly relative, to enjoy a home-cooked meal with your loved ones, or to simply share family stories with your children, grandchildren or great-grandchildren. As per their wishes, a private family interment for both Ted and Annie will take place at Warkworth Cemetery at a later date. Condolences may be received at fallis-shields.com
Rick...I was wondering just on Wednesday if your dad was still living at home...must’ve been a reason he came to mind.....thinking of you and your family at this time....
Rick, Kevin & Kerin May fond memories of your Dad bring comfort during this hard time. Talk about memories, we sure had some great times many years ago with your family, the Boundy & Farrell families when all got together. Please accept our heartfelt condolences. RIP Uncle Ted. Joan & Alex
What a wonderful dad you had Karin. He was gentle, informative and sure loved your mom. They will be so missed and remembered so lovingly..
Donna and Neil Hooey
I have often thought of the great times we have had as young children and the times our families had together. We will always have our memories and the satisfaction of knowing our families got along so well together. Your mom and dad always where a very special part of our gatherings. They will always hold a special part of our hearts. Uncle Ted and Aunt Ann you will be sadly missed. Love Peggy, John and families
Peggy & John Coutts
Kerin My heart goes out to you and your family. It’s not often in a lifetime you meet people like your parents, that make as huge of an impression as your mom and dad made in mine. They were such an example of pure and simple kindness. They will be missed by so many❤️