In Memory of John Mark Ball, 1963-2012.
John Mark Ball resident of Covington, KY age 49 passed from this
life December 21, 2012 at his residence in Covington KY. He was
born May 6, 1963 in Williamsburg, KY.
He was preceded in death by his father Joe Frank Ball. He is
survived by his wife Barbara Ann Ball, daughter Samantha Mary
Ball, son Mark John Ball, Daniel Corey Ball, John Robert Donegan.
Also survived by 5 grand children, Hayley Ball, Kyle Ball, Serenity
Ball, Skler Ball, Christopher Andres, his loving mother Carol
J. Ball, 4 sisters Mary Ball, Pam Crowe, Peggy Steimetz, Lisa
Hartman, and two brothers Dennis Ball and Gary Ball. He had 34
nieces and nephews, 27 great nieces and nephews.
He will be missed by all and will forever remain in our hearts.
Visitation will be Wednesday, December 26, 2012 at 10am at Rock
of Ages Church, 1801 Greenup, St., Covington, KY. Funeral Service
begins at 12pm.
to post online condolences to be listed below.
|Uncle Johnny was quite a character.
His humor was off the charts! Such a fun, crazy man! Above
all, he had the biggest heart! He may not have had much, but
if he had it to give, it was yours. Once he had grandchildren,
his eyes began to sparkle. Those kids really made an impact
on him. I love my uncle and I love my family. Prayers go out
to all family and friends. R.I.P. Uncle Johnny. <3 April
|We will always remember you we all have a lot
of wonderful memories of you that will remain in our hearts
forever I can rember going junking with you and how we laughed
so hard and the good times we shared between a niece and a
uncle I will always cherish you in my heart but it is time
for you to go be with our lord and saviour Jesus Christ and
one day I will see you again I love you always. - Jillian
|I'm so happy to know that you have reached your
destination. In the light of the lord awaiting the second
coming of the Lord. Glad to know your with daddy and love
ones. Tell them all I said hay and love them all. Until I
see you again, remember I will miss you, and will always love
you. There must be a party in heaven cause you made it in.
See you someday Johnny. Until then rejoice, and again I say
to you my brother rejoice. PS tell Jesus I'm doing my best
to make it there. - Pam Crowe
|Hey Johnny Ball I remember when we were kids
the kind heart you always demonstrated toward others remember
when you would would get mad and say or do mean things and
a few minutes later apologize and say sis I'm sorry you know
I love you. I will never forget you and you will forever be
in my heart I will miss you when I come home to be the first
one in line for money lol until we meet again in heaven I
love you your sis Lisa PS if permitted will bring deer sausage
to you since you enjoyed it so much
|IN REMEMBERANCE OF MY SON JOHN GOD CALLED YOU
ANSWERED. GOD GAVE. ME YOU FOR A SEASON .I. LOVE YOU MY SON
I WILL MISS YOU DEARLY. YOU MAYBE. GONE FROM OUR HOME.YOU
WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART.I GIVE YOU MY SON TO THE HANDS
|I remember when we were kids your kindness that
demonstrated a loving heart. You will always be in my heart
and I will see you again one day we will bring you some deer
sausage lol God loves you brother and so do we. - John and
|Uncle Johnny I love you and will miss you dearly...
You always had a way make us laugh even in the worst conditions.
|R.I.P. Johnny, I am a friend of your
mothers, Jewell Mckenzie Wilson