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July 22, 2018

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July 22, 2016
To Karen and her family, I am sorry to hear about your loss. Over the years Karen had told me such wonderful stories of her dad and heritage. He sounds like he was a great sole and it would have been nice to know him. My heartfelt sympathy, Margaret Carroll
April 17, 2016
I never had the pleasure of meeting you, but I knew your son Scott. He was kind and friendly and I still miss him. I know you must have suffered from the loss of Scott as so many did, but you persevered and enhanced all our lives. Rest in Peace.
April 9, 2016
Uncle Ed was the gardener-- patient, loving and knowing what he planted would grow into beauty. When I was a science teacher 20 years ago he gave me so many tips re: maintaining a school garden. I especially remember the little tree frogs from his compost that he gave me to take home. I had introduced red worm composting and had compost boxes in classrooms so the kids could recycle cafeteria food scraps. But the gnats were bugging the teachers. He told me to put the frogs in the boxes and that would deal with the gnats. The kids loved the idea and it was a perfect ecosystem. He could always come up with a creative way to solve a problem.
March 30, 2016
Marian and Family, Charlie and I send our most sincere sympathy for Ed's passing. He was a wondeful man, gentle and so kind. He was our dentist for many years. He will be missed.
Sheila Mathews