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George Quinton Ward Jr. Dies in Georgia

George Quinton Ward Jr. George Quinton Ward Jr. died on May 22 in Dekalb, Georgia. He was 29 years old.
He is survived by his Parents: Lorraine Fredericks and George Ward Sr.; stepparents: Jeffrey Fredericks and Cheryl Louard; brothers: Jorrell Fredericks, Diquan Ward and Ronnie Toyor; sisters: LaQuanda Fredericks and Mardette Ward; sons: A’Jahnye and Kriston Ward; adopted daughter, K’Nyah Molyneaux; fiancé, Krystal Isaac; aunts: Charrissia Benjamin, Joann George, Georgette Ward, Evelyn Lucille, Theresa Hodge, Brenda Fredericks, Cecily Mercer and Carol Jurgen; and uncles: Wayne Benjamin, Myron Fredericks, Eli Hodge, Luis Ward, Louis Ward, Murphy Heyliger, Lionel Pratt, Irvin Pratt and Carl Pratt.

He is also survived by special cousins: Nikima Landers, Natasha Burns, LaTifah Pratt-Whyte and Patrina James-Alexander; grandmothers: Helen Ward and Eudicia Testamark; grandfathers: George Ward and Julius Fredericks; godparents: Estellita Petersen, Stephanie Browne and Laurel Francis; special friends: Leytisha Carr-Noel, Makeda Turnbull, Lashawn Roberts, Jermaine and Deshaun Estrill, Adelia and Audie Henneman, Marlene and Keith Isaac, Gynah Henry, Gilbert and Debra David, the staff of the Bureau of Corrections, Dekalb County Detention officers, David Dawson Jr., Devin Alleyne, Kisha Ison, Jerome Whyte and St. Thomas Rescue.
There will be a viewing held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 15, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be at Cemetery No. 3.
All arrangements are by Davis Funeral Home, 774-1464.

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George Quinton Ward Jr. George Quinton Ward Jr. died on May 22 in Dekalb, Georgia. He was 29 years old.
He is survived by his Parents: Lorraine Fredericks and George Ward Sr.; stepparents: Jeffrey Fredericks and Cheryl Louard; brothers: Jorrell Fredericks, Diquan Ward and Ronnie Toyor; sisters: LaQuanda Fredericks and Mardette Ward; sons: A’Jahnye and Kriston Ward; adopted daughter, K’Nyah Molyneaux; fiancé, Krystal Isaac; aunts: Charrissia Benjamin, Joann George, Georgette Ward, Evelyn Lucille, Theresa Hodge, Brenda Fredericks, Cecily Mercer and Carol Jurgen; and uncles: Wayne Benjamin, Myron Fredericks, Eli Hodge, Luis Ward, Louis Ward, Murphy Heyliger, Lionel Pratt, Irvin Pratt and Carl Pratt.

He is also survived by special cousins: Nikima Landers, Natasha Burns, LaTifah Pratt-Whyte and Patrina James-Alexander; grandmothers: Helen Ward and Eudicia Testamark; grandfathers: George Ward and Julius Fredericks; godparents: Estellita Petersen, Stephanie Browne and Laurel Francis; special friends: Leytisha Carr-Noel, Makeda Turnbull, Lashawn Roberts, Jermaine and Deshaun Estrill, Adelia and Audie Henneman, Marlene and Keith Isaac, Gynah Henry, Gilbert and Debra David, the staff of the Bureau of Corrections, Dekalb County Detention officers, David Dawson Jr., Devin Alleyne, Kisha Ison, Jerome Whyte and St. Thomas Rescue.
There will be a viewing held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 15, at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be at Cemetery No. 3.
All arrangements are by Davis Funeral Home, 774-1464.