Obituary: Justin Lee Ford
Justin Lee Ford, 32, died September 26, 2011, in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was born January 3, 1979 in Sacramento, Ca., and raised in Wheatland, Ca. He spent many years in Truckee before moving to Las Vegas in 2007 to be with his wife Amanda, and to start the family he loved so much. He is the son of Teresa Thompson and Tom Ford. He attended schools in Wheatland, Ca.
Justin enjoyed being in the outdoors. He loved to fish, ride his motorcycle and go to the shooting range. Most of all, he loved the time he spent with his daughter Jaydyn and son Dylan. One of their favorite activities to enjoy together was BMX bike racing.
Justin had a tender, loving spirit and was loved and treasured by all who knew him. He is survived by his daughter Jaydyn Ford and son Dylan Dearing, wife Amanda Ford, his mother Teresa Thompson and father Tom Ford; his brother Christopher Yoakum, and sister in law Natalie Shepherd. He also leaves his maternal grandmother Louise Thompson, paternal grandmother Louisa Ford and family, Aunt Tamara Thompson, and father in law Stan Dearing. He is also survived by many special friends, uncles, great aunts/uncles and cousins.
He was preceded in death, in March 2011, by his mother in law Theresa Dearing.
Family and friends are invited to celebrate Justinand#8217;s life on Saturday November 5th from noon to 3pm at Mace Ranch Park, 3030 Loyola Drive, Davis, CA. In lieu of flowers, a scholarship fund has been established for his children at the Sacramento Credit Union and donations can be sent to: Sacramento Credit Union 800 H. Street Sacramento, CA 95814, made in the name of Tamara Thompson with Jaydyn/Dylan Scholarship Memorial Fund in the memo section.
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