William Ware

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William “Willie” Franklin Ware, 71, of Dudleyville, AZ passed away peacefully on Thursday, Dec. 13, 2012 at home in the arms of his beloved wife Kay.

Willie was born the son of Ruel and Vera Ware on Nov. 14, 1941 in Houston, Arkansas. Willie served three years in the Army.

Willie married Kay and were married almost 33 years. Together they combined two families, Willie’s children and Kay’s children to make one big happy family.

This loving husband, father, grandpa and little papa leaves behind his wife: Kay Ware; daughters: Kathy (John) McDaniel, Julie Gosney and Lisa Newsom; sons: Mark (Linda) Carson and Tony (Barbara) Cooper; sister: Rosetta Lesley; grandchildren: Megan, Joe and Steven, Amanda and Tyler, Connor, Kiera and Logan, Jessie, Ian and Avy; great grandchildren: Joe Joe, Johnathan and Jenna. We will all miss you!

Memorial services will be at 12 p.m. Dec. 22 at 78112 Candle Rd. in Dudleyville please contact the family for information 520-431-0301. You fought a horrendous battle and now you have won! God Bless you Daddy, now you have wings…Love all of us!

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