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Ward Reno Pifer
  • Passed away on December 21, 2021

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Ward Reno Pifer

On Tuesday, December 21, 2021 Ward Reno Pifer of Ft McCoy,
Florida, passed away at the age of 85.
Ward is survived by his 4 children, one daughter Carolyn & Randy,
three sons Ed & Kat, Darrell & Mary, Dale & Lori all of Florida.
Five grandchildren Chad, Wade, Justin, Jason, Danny
Ten great grandchildren Twins Crystal & Faith,
Brett, Blake, Brittany, Jeffery
Justin Jr, Allyson, Savannah, Ashley
And three siblings, one sister Wendy & Tom of Greenville Michigan.
Two brothers, Stanley & Shirley, Bruce & Sandy of St Johns Michigan.
Ward was preceded in death by his parents John E. & Hilda R. Pifer of St Johns Michigan.
Ward was born on March 3, 1936 in Marion Michigan.
He graduated from Rodney B. Wilson High School in 1954.
Ward was inducted into the 2018 St Johns High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
1953 – 1954 Basketball Team.
Ward joined the Army in November of 1954 through November 1956 as a light truck driver.
Ward worked at Consumer Powers in Michigan for over 20 years. He moved to Florida in 1979.
He worked for Peoples Gas in St Petersburg for over 15 years.
He loved hunting, bowling, gulfing and watching his westerns.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Baldwin Brothers Heritage Place, Chapel, 954 E. Silver Springs Blvd., Suite 200, Ocala, Florida.

Online Condolences as well as fond memories may be left for the Pifer family by visiting www.BaldwinCremation.com

Online Condolences as well as fond memories may be left for the Pifer family by visiting www.BaldwinCremation.com


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  1. Barbara Guntermann says:
    03 Jan 2022
    My thoughts and prayers are with all the Pifer family. Ward was a great friend and neighbor. He was always there when anyone in his neighborhood needed a helping hand. And helped me many times when my husband was sick. He will be missed. Love to you all. The Guntermann family

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