I went to El Dorado School in Stockton with Ed and have some movie footage of his class. Contact me if you are interested.
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I miss you Dad, more and more each day.
Lauren also misses you with all her heart.
Love Your Son,
My heart goes out to you for the deep loss you must be feeling for your beloved Edward. How sad to lose someone so loved and so needed. May you find comfort in prayer and in one another. (Jeremiah 29:12,13)
I loved my Uncle Ed from the minute I met him! He loved my Aunt Ween (Laure) so much, and put a smile in her heart. It took them a while to find each other, but they met right when they were supposed to and were able to share twenty wonderful years together. I have a picture of the two of them at my wedding in August '93, and the love and happiness they shared was evident then - and that love grew over the next 20 years and will continue to grow until they meet again. I am so sorry for the loss of my Uncle, he was truly loved and will be greatly missed. I love you Aunt Ween!
A true and genuine friend. Pam and I will especially remember the harvest and wine, food and great times afterward. I will also remember that Ed was a fountain of sport's knowledge. I'm sure he will be watching the NFL from his perch on high. We will miss you Ed.
Bob and Pam Bechill
To the Family of Ed Batt,
We were saddened to learn that Ed Had passed away. We will miss him. May he rest in peace. We extend our sincere condolances.
Mike and Pat Manassero
The Batt family lived down the street from my family on Robertson Way in Sacramento back in the early 1970s. Garrick (Ricky) Batt was one of my best buddies for a few years, and I spent many happy afternoons in their house. I have lots of fond memories. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. You are in my thoughts.