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September 25, 2018

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September 25, 2018

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September 17, 2018
We offer our condolences. We pray in your behalf, and we offer the hope of welcoming back our loved ones on a Paradise earth. Psm 37:29
September 15, 2018
I just saw the obituary for Ed. I'm so sorry for you're loss! Ed was a good man and I really enjoyed spending time with him as I cared for Wilda! Our conversations were often very interesting. I will always carry his memory in my heart! God Bless you all!Lori (Hinkson) Smith
September 14, 2018
Edward will always remember us hunting mushrooms, stumpies are about to come up! My dad and mom would always comment on your great garden on 97 and Sampson! Was great to enjoy your family's company at Log Cabin Restaurant! Ed Andrea and I are going for mushrooms, hoping we get a bushel full! You will always be missed!
Kirk and Andrea Mientkiewicz
September 13, 2018
Joe and Siblings, I just couldn't break away to get to the funeral home. Sorry for your loss, but your dad sure had a good long life. Keep on...