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Alvin Kenneth Ware, Sr.

January 23, 1942 — October 10, 2023

Louisville

Alvin Kenneth Ware, Sr.

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In loving memory of Alvin K Ware, Sr a dedicated and honorable Master Chief who served in the United States Navy for 27 distinguished years. He was a beacon of strength, integrity, and patriotism, both in uniform and in the hearts of those who knew him.

Al enlisted in the U.S. Navy at a young age, embarking on a remarkable journey that would see him rise through the ranks, becoming a Master Chief. His unwavering commitment to duty and his fellow servicemembers was truly commendable, and he left an indelible mark on the Navy and all who had the privilege of serving alongside him.

Throughout his illustrious career, Al displayed a deep-seated devotion to the principles of honor, courage, and commitment, which are the very foundation of the Navy's core values. He led by example, setting high standards for those under his command and earning the respect and admiration of his peers and superiors.

Upon his retirement, Al continued to serve his community and country, embodying the Navy's motto, "Not for self, but for country." He shared his wisdom, experience, and generosity with all those around him, proving that the true spirit of a Master Chief extends far beyond active duty.

Al will be remembered not only for his military accomplishments but also for his kindness, humor, and unwavering love for his family. He leaves behind a legacy of service, sacrifice, and love that will forever resonate with those who were fortunate enough to know him.

Al is survived by his loving family, including Betty Ware, Kathy Cavalcante, June Guthrie (Brian), Tammie Ward (Jeff), Elizabeth Allen, Alvin K Ware Jr (Riza) and Jennifer Cress and nine grandchildren and  2 great grandchildren , who will continue to honor his memory and carry forward the principles and values he held dear.

As we bid farewell to this remarkable Master Chief, let us remember his legacy and the profound impact he made on the Navy, his community, and the lives he touched. Fair winds and following seas, Alvin K Ware Sr. You will be deeply missed and never forgotten.


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