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January 30, 2014
Professor Render placed me in a federal judicial internship which led me to the best job I ever had: A federal clerkship under Chief Bankruptcy Judge G. William Brown. It was the nicest thing anyone ever did for me while I was in law school at U of L.

I am also a native of Beaver Dam. Ed's mom was my grade school music teacher in the 1950s.

We were all blessed to have them both in our lives.

Karen Stewart
Beaver Dam Grade School class of '64
U of L Law class of'86
January 10, 2014
I would like to extend my deepest condolences to Ed's family. I am a union attorney based in Chicago, and have arbitrated many cases throughout the country. In my 18 years of practice, Ed was simply the best arbitrator before whom I ever appeared. We did some extremely tough, complicated cases together yet I could always count on him to give a fair award, and run an excellent hearing. Working a case with him was never a "chore." He was more than merely "some arbitrator." I considered him a friend and always enjoyed seeing and talking to him at hearings. He changed the lives and restored the careers of many workers. He was a real pro and I, along with others in my firm, will certainly miss him. Please accept my condolences.
January 09, 2014
Though I didn't know you were a Professor,I enjoyed the time we talked while at cardiac rehab and the way you would burn up that treadmill. It was a real pleasure to have exercised with you. My prayers are with you and your family
January 08, 2014
To Ed Render's children:

I have been a labor lawyer in Indianapolis since 1975. For nearly all those years I regularly used your father as an arbitrator. He was highly regarded by both management and labor and always performed his duties with integrity, honesty and good humor. Though he's left us with many fond memories, those of us in the labor bar will miss him greatly. He was an honorable professional and a true person of impeccable character whom we all admired and tried to emulate in our own professional lives. May you find peace in knowing that your father touched so many lives and made them better.
January 08, 2014
It was a privilege to be taught by Professor Render. My condolences to his family. His memory will not be easily forgotten.
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