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What Happens When Buffalo Butt, Old Fart, Funny Face, and Thunder Child Mourn Beef/Pork/Bubba?

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From the obituary of James Robert “Beef” Ward:

James Robert “Beef” Ward, 39, passed away Thursday, September 1, 2005, at O.S.U. East Hospital. He will be sadly and sorely missed by his loving family. Jimmy, whom his family affectionately called “Pork” or “Bubba”, will be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor along with his dedication to his family. A beloved son, brother and uncle he was also a devoted animal lover whose kindness and gentle soul enriched all who knew him. Preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Jean “Buffalo Butt” Ward and pets, Princess, Buster, Lady, Bonkers, Susie, Daisy and Silky. Survived by the “light of his life” fiance, Annie “Red” Callahan; father, J. Richard “Old Fart” (Debbie “Peep”) Ward; sisters, Cathy “Funny Face” (Paul) Graf, Karen “Turtle” Ward, “Hamburger” Patty Ward, Amy “Amos” Ward; beloved children to be, Jessica “Thunder Child” and James; nephews, Joshua and Jason; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends; pets, Simba, Charlie, Max, Bailey, Aussie, Sylvia, Elvis, Moe, Misty, Chloe, Blue, Sidney, Coco, Harley, Cassie, Paige, Little Dude and Diabla.

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