Marty Ward Death – Six-times Greenville-Pickens Speedway Champion and current Anderson Motor Speedway racer has tragically passed away. Marty Ward, of Williamston, South Carolina died after suffering a massive heart attack last night. According to reports, the famous racing legend was pronounced dead from Myocardial infarction complications. The tragic news was also confirmed by the Anderson Motor Speedway.
His teammates, family, friends, and the entire racing community have been thrown into mourning following the tragic death news of the family racer and beloved family man. Many tributes have been sent since the confirmation of the well-celebrated racers’ death.
CWG Racing 81 is at Anderson Motor Speedway.
Our hearts are broken
Marty Ward was a true legend. He loved racing and he won the ultimate race today. Marty, you were a great man, great driver and our lives will never be the same.
“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. 2 Timothy 4 :7
Who Was Marty Ward?
Marty Ward was a racer with the Nascar – Anderson Motor Speedway Inc – a car racing track in Anderson County, South Carolina. The Anderson Motor is located at 313 Irby Rd, Williamston, SC. He was a six-time racing champion at Greenville-Pickens Speedway. Marty Ward was a great racer and friend to many people. He was a father and a teammate.
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It’s with deep sadness that I’m making this post. We have lost our six-time Greenville-Pickens Speedway Champion, Marty Ward. Not only was he a great racer, he was a good friend to many and a father. He will be deeply missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ward family, his extended family, as well as his friends and fellow racers. God speed Marty Ward.
Cause of Death
Marty Ward died from after suffering a massive heart attack. A heart attack is a serious health crisis. When blood supply to the heart is blocked, a heart attack typically develops. Lacking oxygen, tissue eventually dies. Chest, neck, back, or arm tightness or pain; dizziness; difficulty breathing; rapid heart rate; weariness; and anxiety are also symptoms. The prevalence of atypical symptoms in women is higher than in males.
Marty Ward Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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