Dear Margaret and Family,So very sorry for your loss and ours. I was told once to lie down and let the love of your friends carry you through. You have our love.Whitney Lane. Kappa Sig and U.S.Marine Corps. Semper Fi.
Deeply saddened by your loss. Ed was a close friend during our years at Brown and was best man at our wedding in 1961. Lost contact for many years but he graciously came to visit last year.Sadly we will be out of town on Friday and will be unable to attend the memorial. Sincerely, Brenda & Vince Geremia
I GREW UP WITH ED WE WENT TO ST.RAYMONDS SCHOLL IN PROV. UNTIL THE 9TH GRADE.HE WENT TO LASALLE AND I TO ST.RAPHAELS.HAVE SO MANY GREAT MEMORIES,WE WERE BEST OF FRIENDS.REMEMBER ESPECIALLY ON SAT. MORNINGS HIS FATHER WOULD TAKE US AROUND THE NEIGHBORHOOD PICKING UP OLD NEWSPAPERS AND THEN SELLING THEM ,THAT'S HOW WE BOUGHT OUR FIRST BIKES.WOW MANY YEARS AGO. LOST TOUCH AFTER HIGH SCHOOL.SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS.
I only met Ed a few times, but I know he was special because you chose him. Our sympathy for your loss,
Louisa and David Rogers
Margret, we will remember Ed as a caring, funny guy who made us feel welcome in
the neighborhood. His legal acumen in helping to forestall development was a
real case of David overcoming Goliath.
We feel grateful to have had Ed in our
Kate, Maureen, and Julie (a.k.a. "Pooh Bear")