I have such great memories of Bob Eder. Many of them center around those wonderful Elmwood block parties. Remember pennies in the sawdust? And also listening to White Sox games on the front walk. Remembering your Dad is bringing me great joy this evening. God bless!!
My Sympathies to the Eder family.
It was an honor to take part in the funeral services for Mr. Eder. My condolences to your entire family.
To Laura and the others
Please accept our condolences on Bob's passing. He truly was a gentleman. We have many great memories of Bob at Morning Mass and on the golf course. He added lots ot our village at St.Andrews.
May God bless you all.
Mariana and Ted Bruce
Bob was the manager of the Chicago Tribune's Financial Staff in the late sixties. I joined the staff from the Classified Department. Bob was an oustanding manager. He provided valueable insight into advertising sales that I carried with me through my career in national magazine ad sales. Working with Bob, Charlie Shanley and Jack Specht was a learning experience and a joy.
In recent years, Connie, my wife, and I have had the pleasure of meeting Bob's wonderful granddaughter, Sheila. It brought back my memories of the Tribune years. Connie and I have Bob and the Eder family in our prayers. God bless you.
Jim & Connie Hughes
St. Augustine, FL.
Many mornings Bob rode with me from Oak Park to the Chicago Tribune parking lot. We had great conversations and he was a great guy. My prayers go with him and his family.
Must I remind you of Bob's one failure in life. When I was a kid he and your uncle Bill tried to teach me to swin. Guess what, I still cannot swim. I am known as his favorite girl cousin on his father's side! Mary Eder
To Laura and others,
Your dad was gentle and a gentleman. We have fond memories of both your Mom and Dad, and their many kindnesses they spread around Long Beach C.C. and St. Andrews Village.
Tom and Linda Sperling
To the Eders,
Sorry to read about your dad. I have many fond memories of both your mom and your dad, of course. Hours of basketball in the backyard... Sitting in the living room with your dad watching the Sox games... Hanging out on the front porch in the summer... Your mother and father were always great to all of us who hung around your house -- which is saying something considering there were already seven of you there!
My love to you all.
Please know that you are all in our thought's and prayer's during this difficult time in life.
John and Patty Tyrrell DeBonville
Had many happy times with Bob & Marge & she was the bridesmaid at our wedding. Our condolescences to family. Jack & Madeline Cavenagh (in Fla.)
We're extremely saddened to hear of the passing of you your dad. He was truley a fine, fine man. Our sincere regrets.
Elk River, MN.