Uncle Eddie, I loved the stories that my grandpa would tell about you and his other siblings. I am sorry that the only time that I remember meeting you was at his funeral. I know that you will be missed by many. Give my grandpa my love. Kelly (granddaughter of Rainbow)
Daddy you were our king of the family.You thaught all of us kids,good life lessons.I will miss you sitting in your chair,when I go over to the house.Miss you and Mommy real bad.Now you can dance with each other again. Love you Gail
Danny, Judy and Kraft family,
I met your dad in April of 2005 on my first day of work at the dialysis center...he was like the mayor of the clinic. His smile and happy spirit brought smiles to the rest of the place. I have always said that Ed ALWAYS woke up on the right side of the bed. I will miss him. May he rest in peace.
So sorry for your loss, may peaceful moments and cherished memories help you through this time of sorrow.
Grandpa, even though we lived 3000 miles apart you had a big impact on my life. Always setting a good example and living a good life. You taught me how to make the perfect poached eggs and to enjoy the simple things in life. I love you grandpa. Give grandma a hug and kiss for me. Tammy
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Sweet dreams uncle tootie - I remember all those fun times on the farm when aunt Martha, uncle tootie and kids would come for the weekend - those were great memories - all of kids riding horses, donkey, and pony - you helping my dad do farm chores and aunt Martha helping mom - so happy that you were able to live a full and rewarding life - love, Juanita and family
Dad..you are the last of your siblings .
You almost made it to grandpap Cardozo
age(92). I still don't know how you got the nicname Tootie , and all of your relatives here on the east cost still call you Uncle Tootie , even mom would call you that and now she can start again. You will be greatly missed . Love your daughter Jeanne
As a young child I will always cherish the gatherings at Thanksgiving and camping on the farm at Mom and Dad's. The Kraft Family and the Athey Family were so very close. Uncle Tootie said his good-bye to my mom (his baby sister) and now he is joining her in heaven. Rest in peace Uncle Tootie, you are so loved. Love, Ginger
Well PoP you hung in there till your 90 yr party when all of us kids were able to be there. I'am thankful for all the life lessons you taught me. You were always there for me when I needed it the most. I will always love you and think of you and Mom everyday of my life till I can be with you and Mom. I'am proud to bare your name and carry on your way of being a true family man.Give Mom a kiss and hug for me. Your loving son EDDIE JR.
My dad had an amazing optimistic personality and found humor in every day. His smile will be remembered as well as his kind heart for all his kids and grandkids and great great grandkids. He lived a full loving 90 years! I was so blessed to have him in my life! I love you Pop!