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Obituary for Andy Ward
Andy Ward was born December 3rd, 1945 in Willows, California to James C “Red” Ward and the late Loeva Stone. Andy passed away unexpectedly Saturday March 24th 2012. Andy is survived by his daughters Suzee Naff of Woodland, Suzette Garcia of Yolo and Christie Dougherty of Oklahoma, sons Billy Ward of Oregon and Richard Silva of Dixon, grandchildren, Tiffanie Murray, Rowdy and Nicolas Nagel, Cameron and Kindel Naff, Bodie Ward, Jared and Austin Garcia, Chad Nielsen, Kerrick Dougherty, Damon and Easton Silva and Aubrie Bir, great granddaughter Baylor Murray and his one true love and best friend Susan “Bivert” Custer of Arkansas. Andy is also survived by his parents Red and Marie Ward of Oklahoma, many brothers and sisters, Ed Ward , Marylou (Ward) Brown, Darlene (Ward) Soloneko Carlene (Ward) Woods, Elaine (Ward) Garcia, Katie (Ward) Cunningham, Jeanette (Ward) Hershey, James” Buck” Ward and many nieces and nephews. Andy is preceded in death by his beautiful daughter Wendy Ann Nagel of Oklahoma. Andy lived his life the cowboy way. Work hard and play hard. Andy followed his own path a path that earned him many friends that say he was kind, hardworking, funny and always charming. May your ropin' hand stay steady, and your cinch stay good an' tight. When you get to where you're goin' may you sleep in peace tonight. By Hal Swift Please join Andy’s family on Friday March 30, 2012 at 3pm at Milton Carpenter Funeral Home in Dixon for an opportunity to share stories about Andy and his life.