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November 02, 2017
replying to request for contact info as to service for Ed in D.C.

Walter Cahill

[email protected]

worked for Ed at Terrace Theatre John F. Kennedy Center
November 01, 2017
Zich'rono Li-V'rach
May His memory Always be a Blessing
October 22, 2017
Charlie,

Ed McCann and I are also so sorry for your loss. It's doubtless very hard as you grieve for Ed's passing. But as you said to me, you have 20+ years of very good memories of the love you shared with Ed to carry with you.


Ed was highly intelligent, very deliberate and accurate in his speech, a good listener and a wonderful friend to all who knew him. He was one of those "positive" people who made one feel good to be in his company.

We didn't know Ed in his previous life in the DC area. However, I was struck by the tribute paid by a former Kennedy Center employee he supervised who wrote that Ed was the "best boss"he ever had. That's an important perspective on a man: how he treated his subordinates and those less fortunate than him. It seems that empathy, compassion, and the desire to teach were constants in Ed's life.
October 15, 2017
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
October 15, 2017
So sorry for your loss, Charlie. I will always remember Ed as a soft-spoken, kind, and gentle man. He will be missed by me and many others and will live on in our memories though he is no longer here with us on earth.
October 14, 2017
I would like to offer my deepest condolences to the dear family and friends. Take comfort in knowing "God is greater than our hearts..." (1 John 3:19,20)
October 14, 2017
I am sorry for your loss. It is at times like these when we are crushed at heart and need love and support that God provides what we need. May your hearts always be filled with the love you shared because love never fails.
October 14, 2017
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your loved one. Sending my prayers and condolences. May you continue to lean upon God for comfort to help you endure during this time. Psalms 146:5,6.
October 13, 2017
Ed was an honorable man whose example I hope to follow. Heaven is a better, well-entertained and informed place.
October 13, 2017
I had the privilege to work for Ed when he was Theater Manager at the Terrace Theatre in the Kennedy Center. Ed was a great guy. I have often said he was the best boss I ever had.

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