Ballard Justice

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Ballard Justice, age 78.

Sunrise January 24, 1942 and Sunset January 8, 2021.

Private Visitation 10:00 AM and Private Funeral Service 11:00 AM Wednesday, January 13, 2021 at God’s Grace Deliverance APOSTOLIC FAITH CHURCH 175 Fairway Blvd Whitehall, Ohio.

Mask and Social Distancing are required.

Interment at Franklin Hills Memory Gardens. Ministry of Comfort entrusted to MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave. To read the complete obituary, order flowers, view video tribute and offer condolences to The JUSTICE Family, visit

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Condolence Messages

  1. Phil and Pam Ashley

    To Ballard’s family: I have played ball with Ballard for many years and drank coffee with him for many years. He was always so proud to share with us his family whom he loved dearly. We were both vets and had that in common. He will be severely missed. Phil Ashley

  2. Andria Williams

    To my cousins Ballard Jr. and Cameron Justice;
    Your dad my uncle was one of the best. There are no words to console your hearts. However, God’s love will get you through your new normal.


  3. April Jordan-williams

    I would sadden to give my condolences. I am a retired co-worker and friend of Ballard’s at BWC Facilities since 1994. Ballard called me a few weeks ago to tell me about another co-worker that passed away. He told me he was having issues with his blood pressure not knowing that I would be writing my condolences to his family concerning him. I am so sorry to here that he’s moved on from his labor to his reward. He was a wonderful man. I will keep the family in my prayers. May God bless….

  4. A Beautiful Legacy and a Beautiful Family, He will be missed. Sending My Love, Heartfelt Prayers and Condolences to the Winbush Family. I Pray God’s Blessings and Comfort over each of the family members during this time of bereavement. Love you all!

  5. Barbara Connors

    I will miss talking with Ballard. We met at Tee Jayes and then later at The Donut Shop. Ballard was a great guy and so full of life. He will be really missed by all who knew him.

  6. I met Ballard at work, at the BWC, we played softball on the BWC team for years. Ballard was always nice, friendly. He would say “Hey Ray, what’s going on”. Ballard could play some softball! We would go to Planks after our softball games. We would laugh and have a good time. Ballard was a good friend. To the family, I am sorry for your loss. He was loved by all that knew him. God Bless.

  7. Remembering the family in heartfelt prayer.
    May the peace of God guard your hearts. Truly sorry for your loss.

  8. Ballad and I met at a Solfball game.we became friends and played together for about 15 years.I had just talked to him a few weeks ago. Sadly miss condolence to the family

  9. Carol Carter (aka Costa in school)

    Ballard and I were junior & senior high school classmates in Bluefield, WV (1950’s). He was such a good friend and kind person, even into our elder years. He will be sorely missed but never forgotten. My prayerful condolences to his family . “Rest in peace, my dear friend!”

  10. I’m just finding out today of your loss. Please accept my families condolences. Mr Ballard was a dear friend of my moms (Pat) and he loved my grandkids. I’m so sorry I hadn’t talk to Mr. Ballard in many months. #Grace&Peace

  11. Brian Tomlinson

    My name is Brian I just found out that Ballard passed away I have been taking care of my second wife who just passed from cancer. I worked and played softball with Ballard for many years. I am sorry for your loss God bless.

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