Ed and I were graduate students together and worked on the same research project. He was a very hard worker and one of the nicest people I have ever known. My condolences to his family.
Jon D. Swartz, Ph.D.
The world is a bit darker with Ed's passage for things were always brighter when he appeared. He also left a legacy that will be a lasting part of human ventures into Space. Much of the basic knowlege in Space medicine only became meaningful after Ed applied his his mathematical and interpatve skills to tangled bits of data. With sincere condolence, W. Thornton, M.D.
Glenda, you and your family are in my prayers. Ed's life was well-lived and he was well-loved. I pray the angels carry your grief and that his love and memories sustain you.
Margie Stewart, SCI
Glenda and Family, My prayers are with you. I hope your great memories give you comfort and the love you share help ease your pain. I will always remember Ed's great smile--what a treasure!
Yes!that he was fascinating. I had the previlage of meeting him about 10 years ago thru his step son Pat Cameron which also happens to be my co-worker. Any way thru the years Ed and I visit a few times, and I must say he was a fascinating and intelligent person to talk with. Ed you will be miss. GOD bless you and your family.
Ur friend, Roland Ortiz