Sergeant Craig Ward of the Utah Highway Patrol has dead.
Let’s find out more about the sergeant and the cause of the death.
People were shocked to find out that the sergeant has died. He is known among friends for his amiable and helpful nature. He always managed to leave an impression on people who he came across both off and on duty.
His pals from the force have taken over the internet to express condolences and support to the family in this time of despair. His sudden death has stunned everyone in the Utah force.
What Happened To Sergeant Craig Ward Utah? Obituary & Death Cause
Craig is the Utah Highway Petrol sergeant who died recently in April. As of now, there is no clear answer about his cause of death. However, as per his go fund me page, he was admitted to the hospital for treatment.
In go fund me, it was written that they are seeking a target of $5,000 to assist the sergeant’s family with expenses. Out of $5,000, $3,580 has been collected so far, at the time of writing this article.
The page is established by Daniel Hogan; he has not opened up about his relationship with the sergeant. 21 donations have been made so far. It is saddening that the man who joined forces to help people left everyone so early.
Utah Highway Petrol has tweeted on their official Twitter handle that the sergeant’s funeral has been planned for April 28, 2022, at the Deseret Peak Complex located at 2930 West Highway 112, Tooele, at noon.
Sergeant Craig Ward Age, Wife, And Family
Craig’s age was likely well over 50. However, there is no accurate information about his birth date. It looks like he devoted his entire life to the service of people as mentioned on his LinkedIn page.
On the page, he has mentioned that he was in US Army as Staff Sergeant for 10 years, from 1991 to 2001. After that, he joined Utah Patrol in 2001. He was Trooper from 2001 to 2016. After that, he became a sergeant.
It appears that he was a happily married man with his wife, with whom he had twin daughters. His family has been completely devasted by his untimely demise and is coping with the pain.
People are expressing their gratitude for his service and are presenting their support to the deceased family. The force and people of Utah respect him for his duty.