SAVANNAH, Ga. — Hiram Wallace Ware, 68, died Monday.
Born in Appling County, he lived here for the past 25 years. Mr. Ware attended Berry College and Armstrong College before earning degrees at Rider University in New Jersey and New York University. He was the director of purchasing and transportation for the Kraft division of Union Camp Corp., Wayne, N.J. for 43 years, retiring in 1993. He was president of Ware Enterprises where he was an advocate and provider of cleaner fuel sources. He served as chairman of the American Cancer Society, chairman of industrial accounts for United Way and was a member of the board of directors of the International Seaman’s House. He was appointed by President Carter to the Board of Governors National Maritime Council. He was a member of the Isle of Hope Baptist Church.
Surviving are his wife, Loretta; four daughters, Lisa Ware of Missoula, Mont. Melynda Loomis and Elizabeth Atherton, both of Savannah; and Stacey Walker of Roswell; a sister, Catherine Mills of Surrency; three brothers, Robert of Tampa, Fla.; Homer of Baxley and Harry of Milan; and three grandchildren.
Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel of Savannah is in charge of arrangements.
June 14, 1999
Source: Herald News (West Paterson, NJ) – Thursday, June 17, 1999