Ward Family

Meet Emily Ward and her 4 beautiful children. Kason (16) who now lives with his mom in Texas, son Easton is (8) and twin girls Olivia and Addison (6). They live in Henderson, NV and love spending time as a family, being outdoors, going on hikes, traveling, and being with their friends. 

Husband and father, Kenny, was the complete light and joy of their home. He was so kind, loving and patient. Kenny had Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy, which ultimately took him from this earth on December 5, 2023. His condition never held him back from doing anything he set his mind to. Even with the physical limitations and struggles that it brought, he always kept a positive outlook on life and never let it dim his light. Kenny was known for bringing happiness and fun with him everywhere he went. He had a way of making others feel seen and important within minutes of meeting them.  Anyone the family has come in contact with since his passing has told Emily how much love he showed them, and how much he talked about and loved his family. Kenny’s goal in life was always to bring light into others’ lives and they still feel like he does that through the memories they have of him.



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When Walli Cases was created, owners Nick and Jenna Emery were recently married and both emerging from what they would describe as the darkest times of their lives. They are both passionate about reaching out to others in need because of the huge outpouring of love and support they received during their trials, including Jenna becoming a widow with an 8-month-old son and more recently losing her mother to cancer, and Nick going through divorce. When they created Walli cases, they wanted to help others feel the same hope and encouragement, and the Walli Gives Back program was created. Each month, Walli chooses a family to support.This quote by Natalie Norton sums up why they are both devoted to "giving back" to others in their time of need: "There is always a light. Find it. Follow it. And then turn around and shine it as brightly as you can for those still feeling their way through the darkness."

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