Mary we were so sorry to learn of Ed's passing. I often ask about and how you all were doing and Mae Mae (Willie Mae) will let me know. You and Ed meant a lot to her and to me too. I have fond memories of the wonderful treats that were often sent to me from Parkwood. Please accept our sincerest condolence. We will keep you in our prayers. When you lose someone very precious no one else can really know all that you feel, but please know that many caring thoughts are with you during this time of sorrow. God Bless You.
Ed was not only a dear friend from our home town of Toledo, he was one of the nicest persons that we have ever met.We were so saddened when you left and moved to Texas. We love you both
and areso thankful to have had you for our Lakewood neighbors and associates at the Lakewood C. C.
Mary, your Ed will be missed just as we also miss. Our love to you .
Byron and Shirley Jennings
God blessed your dad in life by bringing you and your family to him. May he continue to bless him in Heaven and bless you here on Earth. My prayers are with you -- let's celebrate your dad's life when you return.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time - Ed was the first person we met when we bought our condo in Lakewood, we have many good memories of the help he gave us.
Mary, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your husband Ed. My brother and I always thought of him as Uncle Ed and my father held him in high esteem. I fondly remember those days when he was at T.A.S.D. in Toledo. May GOD bless you and your family and keep you all in His loving arms.