Paul Douglas Ford

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Paul Douglas Ford

November 02, 1943 - July 01, 2018

Paul Douglas Ford, 74, of Overton County, passed from this life July 1, 2018, while surrounded by his loving family.
He was born Nov. 2, 1943, to the late Benton Webster Ford and Lily Isabel Ford.
Mr. Ford proudly served in the United States Air Force. Among his honors to serve, he served as Senior Airman and Air Policeman/Police Officer. He served in Vietnam as Air Police in the Philippines as well as Santa Domingo. Among his many decorations, he received medals, badges, commendations, citations and ribbons: AFEM AFR 900-10A/AFGCM (29 June '6228 June '68) SO G-41, 314 CSGP, 1965.
In addition to being preceded in death by his parents, he was also preceded in death by brother, Jimmy Ford, and son-in-law, Richard Carter.
He leaves to cherish his memories his wife of 54 years, Cora Ward Ford; daughters, Madeline Dusenberry (John Dusenberry), Marilyn Carter, Misty Williams (James Williams) and Mindy Ford; sons, Douglas Ford and Paul Ford (Brittany Ford); granddaughters; Jennifer Dusenberry (Grant Lynch), Sara Dusenberry, Robin Williams, Heather Jackson (Josh Jackson), Haleigh Ford and Izzy Ford; grandsons, Richard Carter Jr. (Courtney Carter), James Williams Jr., Malachi Ford and Caleb Ford; great-grandson, Lucas Carter; aunt, Evelyne Lewis; brother, Tommy Ford (Pauletta Ford); sister, Sherry Durbin (Gary Durbin); sister-in-law, Martha Ford; special friends, Kathy Miller and Jenn Mathes; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, extended family and friends.
A memorial service is scheduled for Friday July 6, 2018, at 4:30 with Military Honors at Faith Worship Center, 95 McLarty Lane, Crossville, TN 38555. Grandson Josh Jackson will be officiating.
Published on July 5, 2018
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Friday July 06, 2018

4:30 PM

Faith Worship Center

95 McLarty Lane, Crossville, TN, USA


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