Milt and I were sorry and sad to hear that Ed had passed away while we were in Colorado--and we didn't get back in time for his visitation and memorial service. Just know that you were in our hearts then and you always will be. You and Ed came to Oxford and Miami, I believe, the year after we did, and our years here have been all the better for having you here as well. I know that Milt has many "math memories" of times shared with Ed. What I remember is that Ed always seemed to be smiling and to make others smile as well, using that special gift that he had. I'm sure you and your family know it better than anyone--and miss it. Much love and prayers always to you and to Mike and Bill and their families, Phyllis-- and Milt-- Cox
My profound condolences to you, Alice, and your family upon the passing of Ed into the presence of the Lord. He was such a fine man. I'm glad he drove my Corvette and drove it well indeed. I'll miss him.
My profound sympathy to you, Alice, and your family upon Ed's passing into the presence of our Lord. He was a fine man and I'll miss seeing him walking in the neighborhood.
Dr. Bolger took me under his wing via independent study in my 1980-1981 time in the masters program in probability/statistics at Miami U. I've thought of him often over the years, and I owe him a great deal of gratitude for how he nurtured independent, creative thinking. He was a wonderful teacher. I wish I could have told him that. He'll have my deepest respect forever.
I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much you love Ed. My deepest sympathy. It has been a long time since I have talked with you (you were at the MU Art Museum and I at Murstein Alumni Center and Western Alumnae), but I wanted you to know how sad it was to read that Ed had passed.