Our parents, John & Jean Bruny, along with Vinnie & Peggy Walker were friends with Ed & Pat our whole lives. We will always remember Ed's wonderful sense of humor.We are very sorry for your loss. Love & Blessings to you all. Wendy Martin, Anni Newsom & Tom Bruny
Sorry for your loss. Many prayers sent from your friends at Szott Ford.
Although we didn't know the entire Fell family, our hearts go out to them. We met Ed and Pat at gatherings with their friends the Bruny's and Walker's and came to recognize Ed as a fine man with a wonderful sense of humor. He will be missed.
Without a doubt, one of, if not THE classiest, funniest, best men I have ever had the pleasure to know. Ed Fell was a giant of a man......May this wonderful man rest in peace.
Suzy and family, Enjoy the wonderful memories of a great person and a life well lived. RIP Red. Fondly,
Mike and Marge Devine
Tim and Pat sorry to hear of your fathers passing , We sure liked him. The Veihl's
Mike, Suzy, Tim, Marry Lynn
So sorry to hear about Uncle Red's Passing. A great man from The Great Generation. He lived a good, full, and joyful life. I have numerous fond memories of him that spans the better part of my life. I certainly miss him but will not forget him. I have a small picture on the wall of our bathroom, it's of Grandpa, Joe, and Red in a small boat on the Tittabawassee River. That picture reminds me of them on a regular basis
Words seem inadequate to express the sadness Barry and I feel about Eddie's passing. Pat and Eddie will remain in our hearts forever.
We remember "big Ed," as we called him, his lovely wife Pat and beautiful family as the best Royal Oak neighbors ever. Ed always had an infectious smile and upbeat demeanor. He was a good man with a big and loving heart. The photo gallery is outstanding and reflects Ed's joie-de-vivre towards all. Hugh and Jeannine Gray, West Bloomfield, MI
Uncle Eddie was a life force. His humor - his deep, booming voice - his kindness and generosity and his love of family, will be what I remember most. My deepest symapthy to the entire Fell family.
Suzanne and Family,
Our hearts go out to all of you. When I think of Ed, I think of warm, hospitable, jolly, thoughtful and generous (and a few more "unmentionables" come to mind). He lit up a room and made you feel so special. We will all miss his earthly presence. May he rest in peace and may your family have peace that he is finally home.
With our family's deepest love and sympathy,
Nancy, Pat, Kelsey, Patrick and Michael
Your photo gallery was beautiful. I cried viewing the photos of both wonderful Uncle Red and lovely Aunt Pat. From my childhood into adulthood I have nothing but happy memories of Christmases, graduations, family get togethers, and visits to Torch Lake. Uncle Red was always happy and boisterous and great to be around, Aunt Pat was beautiful and gracious. He will be missed dearly.