Ashley Morgan Ward Ebarb

September 18, 1987 - December 27, 2021

Ashley Morgan Ward Ebarb of Dallas, Texas, passed away in her sleep on December 27th. She was 34.

Ashley was born on September 18th, 1987 in Waco, Texas to John and Brenda Ward (Woll). She graduated from Plano West Senior High School in 2006.  Afterwards, she attended Brookhaven Community College and began a successful career in staffing.

In April, 2019, she married her childhood friend and her ‘love’, Jordan Steven Ebarb, and became mom to their two canine kids, Jodeci and Mac.

Ashley lived her life intensely devoted to her husband, family, friends, job, and her many, many pets. She welcomed those souls, (both human and not) into her life who needed a helping hand and a listening ear without judgment, and expected the same from them in return. A true Texas girl, her sense of humor and her joyful energy were matched only by her fiercely independent spirit and a snarky wit that always kept everyone in their place. A tremendous void exists in the hearts of those of us left behind. She will be greatly missed.

She is survived in death by her husband, Jordan Ebarb of Brownwood, Texas; parents, John Ward of Dallas, Texas, Brenda and Rich Woll of Wake Forest, North Carolina; in-laws Becky (Breck) Pruitt of Eastland, Texas, and Tracy (Jacque) Ebarb of Lavon, Texas: her sisters, Laura Beth and Marty Hale of Austin Texas, and Jamie Ward and Josh Rongish of Glenwood, Iowa; her brother, John (Jack) Woll of Wake Forest, North Carolina; two nieces, Michaela Burke and Evelyn Rongish of Glenwood, Iowa; her grandmother, Darlene Caddell of Gainesville, Georgia; her aunts and uncles, Kimberly and Phil Phinney of Corsicana, Texas, Jody Ward of Corsicana, Texas, Cheryl and Robert Shippey of Gainesville, Georgia, Mark Caddell of Austin, Texas, and ‘Uncle Steve’ Cox, of Raleigh, North Carolina; six beloved cousins, one niece and nephew, brother in-laws, sister in-laws, and countless other family and friends.

A Memorial service and celebration of her life will be held at 3:00pm on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 at First Presbyterian Church of Allen in Parker – 5609 East Parker Road, Parker TX 75002.

7 replies on “Ashley Morgan Ward Ebarb”

The Downs says:

What a beautiful spirit! Our hearts ache for all those who knew and loved Ashley. Sending love and continued prayers for peace and comfort – Beth & Brian

Helen Ramming says:

I remember Ashley as a little girl so full of life playing in her grandmothers backyard. Her grandmother Darlene and I have been friends for many years so I feel like I have known Ashley too. I sad for the family and send condolences Helen Ramming

Jennifer Guill Thomas says:

May Christ comfort you all and wrap His arms around you with a blanket of peace that passeth all understanding. I’m so sorry, Brenda.

Katherine Cook Bodron says:

Brenda, I am so sorry. I pray that God holds you and your family close as you say goodbye to precious Ashley.

Jack and Mary Woll says:

Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of beloved Ashley. Many prayers to dear Brenda, Rich, Jamie, Laura Beth, Jack, Jordan, John and the whole family. We are heartbroken and so very sorry.
Love, Jack and Mary Woll

Donna and Roeland Ebarb says:

I always felt love from Ashley 💕 I was very proud the day she became Mrs Ebarb ❤️ I remember welcoming her to the Ebarb Tribe and telling her she was an answered prayer ! Sweet soul dance with Jesus sugar! You are sorely missed ☹️💞😘

Lea Ann Locke says:

I am so sorry,Brenda. Karen shared this with me. I remember Ashley’s beautiful smile when she was little. I will be praying for you and your family. Sincerely, Lea Ann Locke

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