Condolences to all Ed's family.
Ed was my mother's cousin and I remember well Ed and Norma visiting the UK. Mum and dad also visited Ed and Norma out in Canada. They all got on so well and I know it was special for my mum getting to know her Canadian cousins. I remember Ed well, warm, an absolute gentleman as well as having a great sense of humour.
Sharilyn, Coreen, Tom, Gordon and families:
I was so sorry to hear about Uncle Ed's passing, but like so many others I feel lucky to have had him be apart of my life. I have many great memories of wonderful Christmas dinners where Uncle Ed would share stories. When I think of Uncle Ed I think of golf and I can still remember him telling me that there are no good golf games. A good hole or two but not an entire game. I know that Auntie Norma and Uncle Ed taught you as children that family is a special gift and you will gather strength and support from each other to carry on without them.
I send my heartfelt condolences.
I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Ed. My thoughts and prayers are with you. He will really be missed. I wish I could have attended more lunches with him and my Mom and Dad. With much love, Deanie Rose
Tom,Coreen,Sharilyn,Gordon and your families:
Your family has lost someone very special who touched many lives...especially yours.May you all know our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
much love, Doug and Twyla Morgan
Ed and Norma became family when my sister, the lovely Patti Lynn, married their son, Tom. From the moment we met Ed and Norma at Morgan's ringette game they generously considered us family and included us in all of their family events. Ed and Dave were buddies. I can still hear Ed saying "Hello David" not only because Ed was one of the few who called Dave "David" but because of Ed's sincere way of greeting everyone he knew. Thank you to Coreen, Tom, Sharilyn and Gordon for sharing your parents and for including us. I know you all realize how blessed you were to have Ed and Norma as your parents; I know too that you never took them or the lessons they taught you for granted. We are so very grateful. With love, Karen, Dave, Stefanie and Jillian Halldorson.