Rose-Marie and family,we are so sorry to learn of your deep loss. Ed was one of the first Childs Park neighbors to welcome us warmly to Northampton in 1976, and how Ed enjoyed making Halloween special for all the neighborhood children (and their grown-ups). Sending our sincere sympathy to you.
Rose-Marie, Cam, Mike, and family, We are saddened to hear of Ed's passing. May your wonderful memories and stories of good times spent together as a family carry you through this difficult time. We are thinking of you and sending warmest wishes to you all.
I worked with Ed at Florence Savings Bank for 15 years. One of the nicest, kindest people I've ever known. Just a great guy, he'll be missed. My sympathies to the Morin family.
My prayers go out to the Morin family. I have wonderful memories of sharing time with the Morins when I first started coaching at Smith College. Cam, a member of the team and captain, opened her home to all of the team members during the time that she was at Smith. It was our home away from home. Ed and Rose Marie were wonderful providing hospitality to all. He will be greatly missed but I am thankful for the opportunity to know him and I will carry those special memories forward.
Sorry to learn of Ed,s passing With our sympathy
Oh how this fine man will be missed. He lived his life in an exemplary manner, as husband, father, grandfather, brother, son, uncle, friend. Pete Morin & Sue Shea
Ed was the best brother-in-law. He always made me feel at home on my visits to Northampton. His good humor and personality was emblematic of his good character. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Sorry for your loss of Ed. He was a great person. You and your family have wonderful memories - keep them close. thinking of you with sincere sympathy.
Rose-Marie, Jim and I send our deepest condolences to you and your family.
Mary Kennedy Tracy
St.Mike's - Class of 1954
Rose-Marie & family we are so deeply sorry to learn of the death of Ed. A wonderful man & former neighbor of ours.
Rosemarie: So sorry to hear of Ed's passing. He was the "go to" person for banking information when I lived in Hamp; and such a strong steward of volunteerism. May you continue to have the support of your family and friends as you continue your journey.
Shirley Puchalski, Fort Myers
I am so sorry to hear of Ed's death. I always enjoyed seeing you both at Sacred Heart. Praying for your family.
Ed was one of those people you remember. Always nice. We grew up together and went to school together. We never "hung" out together though our lives were parallel. I am saddened that Ed is gone and I know he leaves many behind who will miss him.
I worked with Ed in the early 80's at Florence Savings Bank for over 6 years. He was a phenomonal mentor - I have followed my finance career into my early 50's and still work for a finance company - now in New York. He trusted in me at a very young age to study retirment funding, sending me to seminars, which fueled my interest in the world of finance. He will be sorely missed as he was such an integral part of the community. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
My deepest sympathy to Rosemary, to Scott, to the family, and to the many friends who knew and loved Ed.