We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Adams-Buggs Funeral Service
It is with deep sympathy, we announce the passing of Mr. DeWarren Damarlin Hardy of Lineville, Alabama, who traded time for eternity on Friday, July 1, 2022, at the age of 28. We ask that you please keep his family in your thoughts and prayers during this time of bereavement.
Mr. DaWarren Damarlin Hardy, began his life's journey on December 10, 1993, to the parents of Regina Hardy (Roderick Edwards) and Warren Jermaine Ford, III in Ashland, Clay County, Alabama.
DeWarren was educated in the Clay County School system.
At an early age, Dewarren joined Springhill Baptist Church of Lineville, Al.
DaWarren enjoyed using his singing talents and he also was a recording artist. He enjoyed the games of football and basketball and loved doing flips.
On Friday, July 1, 2022, a loving father, son, brother, uncle, and friend to many closed his eyes to be with the Lord. He was welcomed home that glorious day by his grandparents Mr. And Mrs. Samuel and Betty Hardy, sister Caryann Robinson, brother Jameson Ford, uncles, James and Norman Hardy, cousins, Joseph Lyles and Holly Glenn.
DeWarren leaves to cherish his memories two sons, Riley Hardy and Chase Hardy of Lineville, AL; mother, Regina Hardy; father, Jermaine Warren Ford, both of Lineville, AL; sisters, Reanna Hardy of Lineville, Breanna Ford of Alexander City, Alexis Ford, Camellia Ford of Georgia, Lauren Ford of Florida; brothers, Roderick (Amiah) Edwards, Josiah Ford of Florida, Jalen and Jaden Ford of Lineville, Al, Calvin Wilkinson, Detrevius and Detrevion Smith, Rico Ford, Jermaine Warren Ford Jr., of Florida, Andrew Ford of Lineville, Al, Jiren Ford of CA, Andrew Ford of Lineville, AL, Josiah Hall of Florida; grandfather James Frank Ford Sr. of Ashland, AL; grandmother, Dorothy Miracle Ford of Florida; girlfriend, Conswayla Parker; and a host of nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.