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July 30, 2015

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April 27, 2015
You are a beautiful spirit; as in life, when you touched us all with your brilliance and your devotion to your life and to all of us. I am so blessed to have been your little sister! I know in my heart that you are making Heaven a more wonderful place. Love you always, Ed.
April 26, 2015
Dear Ed,

I think of you often and miss your conversation. Bizarre, colourful - like your art. Thank you for tolerating minds less brilliant.

Liz
January 7, 2014
RIP Ed. You enriched this World with your wonderful writing!
December 24, 2013
Oh Ed,
Though we only meet a few times, our blood was thick. I knew you were connected to Uncle Ed and that we both shared brother fathers that were domineering and Physicians. I followed your blog from a distance…noting your love of knowledge , dance and art.
Your father reached out to me when my father became sick.
Your mother reached out to me when I was homeless.
I will always remember the night, all those Christmases ago when you tried to explain what a Moebius strip was.
I'm sure you are with your loved ones now, secure, and enjoying the closeness of your family.
Out extended family will always be scure in the knowledge that many of our clan were advanced thinkers, philosophers ,scientists and doctors. You proved your scholarship though your willingness to teach, along with the reponsiblity to learn. I hope Grandpa Will gave you a firm handshake and kiss, as you deserve.
And I wish you peace along with your family
Tom
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