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January 15, 2013
Bug was a fun-loving kid. His athleticism was evident from the beginning. He could climb my parents' bookcase before he was a year old. As a toddler, he had an arm that could throw a set of keys across a room directly to the intended adult. Ed liked entertaining the younger kids and trying to help with them. I had a laughing picture of Ed at about six years old with my year-old son Don, with Ed trying to prop Little Don up into a wall corner and struggling to put footy pajamas on him. On their way up to the top of the St. Louis arch, Ed and Scott told eleven-year-old Don that the way down was going to be a free-fall all the way. Ed, I look forward to seeing you on the other side, healthy and happy, as you deserve. God speed, Aunt Debby
January 15, 2013
Ed was a smart, funny little kid whose athletic skills were evident from the beginning. He could climb up a bookcase lickety-split before he was a year old and had a great throwing arm as a toddler (keys all the way across the room right to the intended adult's face). He enjoyed entertaining Little Don, who was five years younger. I had a funny photo of Ed trying to prop up toddler Don against a corner while Ed struggled to figure out how to get footy pajamas on him. He laughed a lot and enjoyed life. On the way up to the top of the St. Louis arch, Ed and Scott told eleven-year-old Don that the way down was a free-fall all the way. Ed, I look forward to seeing you on the other side in your healed and happy self. God speed.
January 15, 2013
Carol and Carr, I am so, so sorry for your loss. I remeber meeting your son at Mirror Lake racquet Club for a tennis tournament many years ago when my son was also playing as a junior. I know you will miss him terribly. Jan Donaghey Reed
January 14, 2013
I will miss our conversations and picnics. I always had fun with you when we were kids. You were so mischievous and you brought excitement to my life. Fish bowl wars. The old Reliant Stationwagon. playing tennis and basketball together. You always protected me as your little sister. I pray that our guardian angels are looking after you as you sleep and await the promises of heaven.
-All my love, Julia
January 14, 2013
Carol
Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. So very sorry for your loss.

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