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William H. Ordway, 66, of North Branford, beloved husband of the late Beth Farquharson Ordway, passed away on June 20 in Yale-New Haven Hospital.
He was the loving father of Adrienne (Victor) Ribera and Robert (Amanda Ryan) Ordway, all of North Branford, and Adam (Laura Cashman) Ordway of Berlin. He was the grandfather of Lillian Ribera; and the brother of Mary Ordway of Maine, Thomas (Cathy) Ordway of Thomaston, and the late Michael Ordway. William was born in Bristol on Feb. 27, 1954, son of the late Robert and Helen Hackett Ordway.
Prior to his retirement, William was a custodian for the City of New Haven. William also served his country faithfully in the Army during the Vietnam War.
Relatives and friends were invited to the Porto Funeral Home, 234 Foxon Rd. (Rte. 80), East Haven, June 24. A military service took place. Interment will be private. For an online obituary or to sign William's guest book, visit www.portofuneralhomes.net.
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