Who was Kevin Ward and what was his cause of death? Hyattsville Mayor found dead in Virginia park: On January 25, 2022, Hyattsville Mayor Kevin Ward passed away from an alleged self-inflicted gunshot wound. According to reports, he was found dead in Fort Marcy Park in McLean. His death news of him has been confirmed in an official statement by the City of Hyattsville: Major Ward was a valued and trusted leader and a fierce advocate for all the people of Hyattsville. We are heartbroken at this loss and extend our deepest sympathy to his family. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Who was Kevin Ward?

Maryland State Attorney Aisha Graveboy also passed a statement about the Mayor’s passing: He will be missed for the leadership and support that he gave to Prince George’s County as well as the joy that he gave us with his that brings smiles on our faces.

County Executive Angel D. Also brooks praised Mayor Ward for his amazing work towards Hyattsville and mourned the untimely loss. He was such a nice person and a wonderful partner in serving the needs of all our residents, and he achieved so much for Hyattsville during his time as a Council member with his time given as a Mayor. We will support to uplift his family, friends, and loved ones in our prayers during these tough times.

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His sudden demise left the community shocked and deeply heartbroken which were based in Hyattsville. The Mayor is live through by his husband and their two adopted sons.

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Kevin Ward became the two-time city council member and Mayor of Hyattsville. He created history to become the first African-American man to hold the position in the city. The 44-year-old was first taken as an interim Mayor and then elected Mayor by the Maryland community in May 2021. In 2014, He moved to Hyattsville with his husband and with two kids. According to his official website, Ward described himself as someone who likes the roar of a V8 as much as a whir of an electronic car. He said that he was truly enjoying listening to Stevie Nicks just as he liked listening to Megan Thee Stallion.

The Mayor’s preference was sneakers over the dress and he believes that laughing is the best medicine. According to the reports his husband volunteered on Hyattsville’s Planning Committee and worked as the Vice-President of the Hyattsville Elementary School PTA for two years. His eldest son graduated from Northwestern High School and the younger son studied at Hyattsville Middle School. Ward was also the first Hyattsville Mayor who was considered of the LGBTQ+ community.

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