I worked with Ed at The Experiment what seems a lifetime ago. We hit it off immediately and "picked on each other" constantly, as one native Vermonter to another. I've often thought of him over the years, and knew he'd live a long life. He will be missed. RIP Ed.
I so enjoyed working with Ed at The Experiment. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. What wonderful memories you must have, he was quite a man.
I remember Ed from SIT where he and my Mom worked back in the 70's. He drove the Bluebird transportation bus. His passing is truly the end of an era. What a nice man and a nice family. His obituary gives those of us who didn't know him well, a snapshot into other times of his life. Rest in Peace, Ed. You have certainly earned it.
D.Hathaway and Sisters. Oregon/Florida
To the family of Mr.Ed Cassidy: So sad to hear of Ed passing away. He was always someone I could talk to and he could put a smile on your face with some of the stories he used to tell. May he live in our hearts forever.
I am sure that you have your horseshoes picked out and are ready for some new competition, Ed. Rest in peace. My condolences to the Cassidy family.
Grandpa Cassidy, I loved seeing you when I came to visit. You always made me laugh with your jokes. Thank you for always making me smile. I love you and I will miss you Grandpa.
My thoughts and prayers to the cassidy family. What an interesting life he lived. May his many stories live on in your hearts and voices.
To the Cassidy family,
I will always remember our younger days at the farm with Uncle Eddie and the entire family. We had many good times. He will be missed by many.
Ed Cassidy--a great man to remember from my days working at the Experiment over 35 years ago! My sympathy to all...
"Mr Ed" will be missed here on East Putney Brook Road. Bob and I are thinking of the many surviving members of the Cassidy family at this sad time. Rest in peace Ed.
As other neighbors have said it was a true sign of spring when I would see Ed walking down the street with his little dog. No wonder it is taking Spring so long to get to East Putney his presence will be surely missed.
Please know that we are thinking of you all and are going to miss Ed very much, he could put a smile on anyone's face. In fact, I believe when he got to the Pearly Gates St. Peter opened them and let Ed in as soon as he told them his Alzheimer's joke!
Uncle Ed was a great guy. He showed us all how to have a good life. Never get too high, never get too low, and enjoy every day.
I have been Ed's neighbor for 35 years. I will miss our roadside chats by the woodpile. He told me so many great stories about Putney. I always knew that spring was here when the barn swallows and Ed returned to Cassidy Hill. I will miss yopu ED.
Linda, Larry, Dan,Jim & Muriel, One more connection to our parents' generation has gone to join the others. Each summer I looked forward to sharing a joke with Ed and hearing some story about the old days with Mom and Dad. He'll always be the best man he was for them at their wedding and now they are together swapping stories. Yes, he made here a better place. My thoughts are with you all. Love, Nancy Howard Baker
You all have my deepest sympathy.
He was a special man. We will miss him. Our condolences to all of his family.
Larry and Dan,
He lived a great life and left the world a better place ~ my condolences to you and your family.
Larry Dan & family my thoughts are with you
He always knew how to put a smile on anyone's face. I worked with him at EIL.
R.I.P. dear man.