Kim Ward dead: retired Colonel Kim Ward cause of death – obituary – tributes
- Date of death : August, 2020.
- Age: year old
- Cause of death: no official cause of death has been made public
How did Kim Ward die?
Kim Ward obituary, funeral arrangement, any GoFundMe page
The family are yet to make public the obituary and funeral arrangements. We are unable to confirm if a GoFundMe was created by the family/friends of the deceased at the time of this publication.
For those who wish to pay their respects, memorial arrangements for retired Colonel Kim Ward are as follows;
Public viewing will be held on Monday, August 10 from 2pm to 8pm at Long Green Volunteer Fire Company, 4506 Long Green Rd, 21057.
* Please note – social distancing protocols must be followed, and only 20 people will be allowed inside at one time. *
A private viewing and funeral will take place at a separate time.
Public prayer service and eulogies will be held on Tuesday, August 11 at 11am at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens, 200 E. Padonia Road, 21093.
Flowers can be sent to Long Green Volunteer Fire Company starting Monday at 8am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center and NAMI Maryland
This post will be updated with more information as they are made available and public.
Kim Ward tributes
Family, friends and loved ones of the deceased have taken to their social media pages to share tributes, kind words and prayer.
Baltimore County Police Department wrote:
“#BCoPD is sad to announce the passing of retired Colonel Kim Ward. Over the course of her thirty-three year career, Colonel Ward touched the lives of countless community members and fellow officers. Arrangements are pending, please keep her family and friends in your thoughts.
#BCoPD is sad to announce the passing of retired Colonel Kim Ward. Over the course of her thirty-three year career, Colonel Ward touched the lives of countless community members and fellow officers. Arrangements are pending, please keep her family and friends in your thoughts. pic.twitter.com/2spdK6el3r
— Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) August 7, 2020
Charles Hayes wrote;
She was a dedicated officer I remember particularly fondly because she tried to help me with the situation the young man was incarcerated under unfortunate circumstances try I’ll never forget that. I was thankful her for sticking her neck out above and beyond her job in addition to this I appreciate it getting to know her as she was a member of the maryland Presbyterian Church where I was the director of music for 12 years. she was always pleasant and encouraging. I appreciate how ashe brought her godson Lafayette to Church and as a young African-American teen she felt it important that I meet him and interact with him I thought this was wonderful I could tell that she was and wonderful encouragement to him . I pray that she will now rest in peace dwelling in the eternal light of God and love. My sincere condolences show her wife and other family.
Sharon Childs wrote;
Kim was a kind and considerate Police Colonel. She always remembered my Sons name who is presently a Police Sgt. even after graduating many years ago from the police academy. Proud of Kim for always “Sporting the Colors” with pride and integrity. Rest easy Sister. 💙🖤💙🖤👮🏼♂️🙏✝️🇺🇸
Melissa French wrote;
She was my patient at the pharmacy and I absolutely adored her and her wife. So many prayers go out to them and the family❤
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