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Moreland "Blaine" Ford

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Moreland "Blaine" Ford Obituary
Moreland "Blaine" Ford

Fort Thomas - Moreland "Blaine" Ford died on June 7, 2018 after returning home for the summer the previous day. Born in Grant County, Kentucky on August 25, 1935, the son of the late William and Ira (Roland) Ford. His beloved sisters Corrine (Gene) Hammond and June Weatherford survive him and his late siblings were Dorothy, Mary, Claude, and Norma. He received his Masters of Education from Northern Kentucky University through the GI Bill. He was a member of the Veterans of Underage Military Service, leaving home at 15 to join the Navy. After his discharge he later joined the Air Force where he met his former wife and friend Anneliese Ford-Ellington with whom he had his three children Kevin (Michael Hoylman) Ford and Robin (Julie) Ford, and Yvonne (Matt) Tobergte. He had four beloved granddaughters from them, Natalie, Shannon, Sydney, and Maria. He also served in Vietnam. After Retiring from the military he started teaching at the Northern Kentucky Vocational Technical Schools retiring as the Co-Op Coordinator of the schools. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Patricia "Pat" (Shea) Ford. Her daughters are Tara (Keith) Rosnell, Tracey Grabowski (Joe Stagaman), and Michelle (Andy) Ingal. He had seven beloved grandchildren from them; Chris, Brian, Jake, Cole, Leah, Rachael, and Bailey. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 16, from 11 AM until the time of the funeral service, 12 Noon at the First Love Community Fellowship, 930 Curry Lane, Dry Ridge, Kentucky 41035. Entombment in the Kentucky Veterans Cemetery North, Williamstown, Kentucky. Memorials are requested to the Vietnam Veterans of America, 8418 Reading Rd., Cincinnati, Ohio 45215. Special expressions of condolences and memories may be sent to DOBBLING, MUEHLENKAMP-ERSCHELL FUNERAL HOME caring for the family.
Published in the Kentucky Enquirer on June 11, 2018
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