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The Gillion family wrote on March 6, 2018:
To the Ford family, you all are in our prayers.
Corey & Krystal Fair wrote on March 6, 2018:
Tramaine and family our love and thoughts are with you.
Chris Birchmore wrote on March 6, 2018:
Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Andrea Long wrote on March 6, 2018:
Terrace and Rowena , you and your family are in my prayers. I am blessed to know Rev Ford. Let his legacy continue to live through you.
Jacqueline Griffin wrote on March 6, 2018:
To family their are no uplifting words I can say that you probably have already heard, but I truly wish their were something I could say to take away the pain in losing someone so dear to your heart.to sister Ford and the family may God continue to bless you.
Annette Renay Daniels & Family wrote on March 6, 2018:
To, Our Sister-In-Law Rowena Daniels & Family May God's Love guide you during this time of sorrow, and may you find solace in His Care. Calvin, Katherine, Brenda, Gail, Renay, Lisa, Marilyn, Late Sammy, Ronald, Nathan and your Nieces Nephews. We Love you Rowena,
Nettie Reeves, CEO N'shape with'N, LLC wrote on March 6, 2018:
Our hearts and prayers go out to Tramaine and family during this trying time of grief. We will keep you lifted up as we know your blessings will flow down. With love, your N'shape with'N family.
Sis. Mary Jane James wrote on March 6, 2018:
Pastor Rev. W. J. Ford, My Pastor, for over 40 year, will be Greatly missed, but never forgotten. To The Ford Family, I love you all, and may God, forever Bless, you!
Ephraim & Debbie Moorer wrote on March 6, 2018:
Our condolences to the family, great man great leader peace and blessings to the Ford family ....
Bernice Brown Chaney wrote on March 5, 2018:
Our prayers go out to the family from your family in Georgia. Daughter of Jessie James “Neck” and Annie Julia Brown. May you find comfort in knowing that God has his wings around you all in your time of sorrow and grief. We love y’all.
Deacon Frankie Lane wrote on March 5, 2018:
You are in our prayers that GOD will provide strength, peace, and comfort in your time of sorrow.
Edna Graham-Watson wrote on March 5, 2018:
It’s my prayer that God will strengthen the entire Ford family during this difficult time.
Rev. Nathan and Mrs. Sharon Robertson wrote on March 5, 2018:
Our prayers are with Rev. Terrance Ford and family during this time of loss.
Felecia Branton wrote on March 5, 2018:
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Rev. Juanita Stokes and Trustee Charles Stokes wrote on March 5, 2018:
Our heartfelt sympathy to our Dear Beloved Deaconess Pam and her family in their loss of Rev. Willie James Ford, Sr., Father and Husband. Count on us to continue to pray for Deaconess Pam and her family as they go through this time of bereavement.
President Angela (Ann) Williams wrote on March 5, 2018:
The Ford family has my deepest condolences and thoughts during this time of your bereavement. Rev. Ford certainly impacted my life and the life of so many. My prayers will extend long past the time of the service. Your father was a blessing to so many. Thanks for sharing him with the Bethlehem Baptist Church, Florida East Coast and so many. We all take comfort in knowing that your father was in right relationship with the Heavenly Father and is now resting in His presence. God Bless each of you and especially Sister Rhunette Ford.
Sis. Aretha Kinlaw wrote on March 5, 2018:
Deacon Ford, I am sorry for your loss. May the Lord give you and your family Godly strength for such a time as this. Mother Beachem is praying for you and the family and sends her heartfelts. Know that your dad was ready to go and God permitted his final rest to be comfortable.
Vinetta Robinson wrote on March 5, 2018:
Deaconess Mary Lively, First Mount Zion Baptist Church wrote on March 5, 2018:
Ford family, sorry for your lost, and to God be the glory for His gain. My prayers of comfort, peace and strength to my Deaconess Sister Pam Ford and family. FMZBC, Deaconess Mary Lively
Mary Alice Burney-Williams wrote on March 5, 2018:
Rev. Ford my first pastor. You led me to the Lord when I was 8, you baptized me and taught me basically the first years of my life into early adulthood when I left home about who the Lord Jesus is, and what He represents to us today; and our Father God; and His Holy Spirit. You gave the greatest eulogy for my grandmother who raised me Mrs. Inez Burney, and I am forever thankful for your kindness and love. Rest in Peace always. Mary Alice