Rev. Dr. Jack Craig Ford Jr.

Stanley, North Carolina

Jun 20, 1948 – Dec 4, 2019 (Age 71)


June 20, 1948
December 4, 2019
Stanley, North Carolina


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STANLEY – Reverend Dr. Jack Craig Ford, Jr., 71 went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on December 4, 2019 at CaroMont Regional Medical Center with his loving family by his side. He was born in Gaston County on June 20, 1948 to Jack Craig Ford and Audie Phillips Forner. In addition...

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Sorry for loss! I researched obituaries to see if it was him. December was a busy month for me. I live in the neighborhood. He was a nice person. I'm sending prayers of comfort to his family.

Jackie was my first cousin. We were very close in our younger years. He always got me in trouble--when we were 5 or 6 he decided we would rob his the beehive. Needless to say I was afraid, and he told me it would be ok. Of course, one of the bees stung me on my lip! This is only one of the many things that we did. I loved him like a brother. I know he is in the presence of his Lord. Love you, Sue

To the family and loved ones, we send our love and prayers for peace and comfort provided by the Holy Spirit. There's gonna be a Family Reunion soon, cause we're going to see King Jesus! Look not to the the loss, but look to the Eternal Gain! Blessings!

We will always hold dear, our memories of our works, and labors together with Brother Ford for the Lord, as charter members of the Chapel Grove COG in Gastonia, NC, the first church he established and pastored. He will certainly be greatly missed, but we shall be together eternally again when the trumpet sounds, never to part no more! Oh grave, where is thy victory, oh death, where is thy sting?

To the family I am so so sorry for your loss. Jack was such a man that you could respect and had a pleasant personality. My thoughts and prayers to the family.

Dr. Ford was such a blessing to us when they were at CORE Church. I (Rita) remember during one Christmas season when Dr. Ford handed out goody bags to the children which brought back a lot of memories. When I was growing up, we did the same thing in the Baptist church. That simple little thing brought such joy to little hearts.

I (Bert) remember him for his welcoming spirit.

We will miss Dr. Ford.

May God be with you always, Rev. Ford. You will be missed.

Jack was a funny person to be around and will be sadly missed RIP

Jack what a great friend, I will miss him I remember the great times at Ranlo with Jack and Jean at the Jubilee supper club, Gail and I had a great time Gail Loved Jack HE did a Great job with Gails funeral, What a time they are having now,

Love Richard Trado