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November 14, 2018

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July 13, 2018
Ed was a year ahead of me at Albion and was the Pledge Trainer for my group of Sigma Nu pledges. He was one of my favorite fraternity brothers, although we weren't really close friends. He was always thoughtful of others and, to me, was much like a pledges big brother. It is not surprising to learn that he lived such a fulfilling life - wish we had had a chance to renew our friendship again after leaving Albion.
July 11, 2018
I knew Ed as student at Albion College in the 1960's, and the words that best described him then apparently did not change during his life. He was a gentleman, a kind person, an intelligent, thoughtful person and most of all loyal to his friends. We became close friends in our last two years through student government and student resident advisors. We had mmany wornderful and long conversations. We lost contact and it saddens me that he has passed away, but it makes me happy to know that he lived so well and was loved by so many.
Jess Womack
Class of 65
June 25, 2018
April 8, 2018
I met Ed when he first came to Continental Can Company. I remember him as a "class act," fun guy and very intelligent. He went on to a very successful and accomplished career in the primary packaging industry. We kept in loose touch over the years, and I've always admired him. I just found about his passing the CCC Veterans' newsletter, so I extend my condolences to his family. I also honor his service in the Army. Being the modest guy he was, he never talked about it. Rest in Peace Ed. Your legacy will endure. Richard J. Nicholson