Ware Photo Album - Part Four
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100 - FE 1012 Do 335A WR 240101

101 - FE 1012 Do 335A WR 240101

102 - FE 500 Me 163 B1 WR 191301

103 - FE 500 Me 163 B1 WR 191301

104 - FE 500 Me 163 B1 WR 191301

105 - FE 500 Me 163 B1 WR 191301

106 - FE 500 Me 163 B1 WR 191301

107 - Unknown Col and Me 262

108 - Unknown Col and Me 262

109 - FE 489 He 162 WR 120077 "Red 1"

110 - FE 610 Me 262B WR 110306

111 - FE 610 Me 262B WR 110306

112 - FE 610 Me 262B WR 110306

113 - FE 1010 Ar 234 "USA 40"

114 - FE 112 Fw 190

115 - FE 112 Fw 190

116 - FE 112 Fw 190

117 - FE 1010 Ar 234 WR 190312 (?)

118 - B 25 Serial unknown

119 - Open House

120 - Open House

121 - Open House

122 & 124 - Open House

123 - V-1 "Buzz Bomb"

125 - V-1 "Buzz Bomb"
E. Lynn Ware (1951-2011)
Son of Earl Leroy Ware, Freeman Base Photographer and Donor of all these photos
E. Lynn Ware at age 59, passed away Saturday, March 26, 2011 at home in Yuma. He was born May 11, 1951 in Madison, Indiana.

Lynn graduated from Kofa High School in 1969, then joined the U.S Air force and served from 1969 to 1973. He worked at YUHSD for 22 years, previous to that worked at YRMC for 10 years. He was a life long member of First Christian Church and an Elder for many years and a former member of Yuma Community band.

Lynn loved history, especially the Civil War era. He enjoyed military air crafts, wood working and working on home improvement projects for family and friends. He traveled with the First Christian Church Missions Ministry many times to Chile helping build churches and schools.

Lynn is survived by his wife Margaret Ware of Yuma; son, E. Lincoln (Dena) Ware of Yuma; daughter, Virginia Louise (Cyril) Udall of Hong Kong; sisters, Donna Carter of Yuma, Earlene Carter of San Diego Ca. and Mary Louise Watterson of Indiana; three grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lynn is preceded in death by his father, Earl Leroy Ware; mother, Marguerite Virginia Ware and brother Charles Leroy "Sonny" Ware.

Visitation will be held at Johnson Mortuary on Thursday, March 31, 2011 between 5:30pm to 8:00 p.m. Lynn will be laid to rest at Desert lawn Memorial Park. A celebration memorial service will be held at First Christian Church on Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 11:00a.m. with Alan Dyson Minister at First Christian Church officiating.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to First Christian Church Missions Ministry, Hospice of Yuma or the Mayo Clinic Cancer Research Centers.
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