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February 21, 2019

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February 17, 2019
Ed had such a generous spirit, a devoted and most supportive teacher and friend. My love and prayers to Judy and his entire family.
February 16, 2019
So glad I got to know Ed and spend fun times with him and Judy and family :). We always had good chats together. Lots of love to Judy and all the family as they remember Ed and miss him.
God bless you all, Peter
February 16, 2019
February 16, 2019
My deepest condolences and prayers to Judy and the entire Havas Family. Ed was not only my teacher at Seton Hall beginning in 1983, he became one of my three best friends and I considered him family. Ed opened his heart, his mind, and his talent to me. He is by far my life's greatest influence. I have been so blessed by his constant inspiration, guidance, prayers, and limitless generosity. Even though I will have to wait a bit to see him again, give him a hug, and hear one of his jokes, I see him all the time in the nature that surrounds me. He helped me see and appreciate the beauty in rusty distant barns covered with snow. He help me see and feel the sublimity of a waterfall in autumn. Most of all, he helped me see Our Lord in all things and in all people. He always said that the source of light was one of the most important things in painting. Ed Havas was himself a source of light and a brilliant transfigured soul, painting many smiles on people with the brushstrokes of his heart and humanity.