Eddie was someone I felt as if I knew forever, he was my friend, my buddy, someone I could always talk too. I was lucky to be God Father to Kevin and was there for Eddie to lean on and we had many long talks about family and friends. He will be missed by me and today it brings a tear my eyes because Today was the day I found out I'm missing my best friend. as Eddie and I always said when we hung the phone "Love ya man"
Eddie has always showed kindness to those around him. Me and Eddie shared music tracks and will never be forgotten in my heart. My condolences to his surviving family members
Eddie,you new my brother well- and you were a great person. I remmember, we saw
you at the mall.may god bless you for all-the great times you spent,with us-on this earth.may the lord take good care of you.
I met ed back in the mid 80s I work in the parks n Ed was reading meters we got to talking and Iknew right then he would be a good friend miss you Ed rtde with the great sprit your friend Gabe Santiago
I met Eddie years ago through another friend of my ex wife...he was so full of life and his laugh was great...I lost 2 great people whom worked for the water company Eddie and Jeff, I'm sure their reading meters up in heaven..till we meet again Big Ed..your be missed!
When I found out after I moved to GA, that I lived very near Eddie, I just had to look him up. I knew him since the early 80s and I think Kevin was still in diapers, He did work for my business in Salinas and of course, you always saw him driving the water company's truck. Unfortunately, two attempts to see him here in Georgia were unsuccessful. What a tragedy losing his wife and his son. He probably died of a broken heart.
Sorry to hear of Eddie's death, My heart goes out to the family. I knew him through Mae and Kevin. Rest in peace
Eddie was such an incredible person. I loved his smile, laugh and his very big heart. May God be with all that had a chance to know him.
Eddie was the kind of man that never knew a stranger. Always at the ready to help when ever it was needed. I met Eddie when we lived in the same complex in the 80's. I remember the smile on Eddies face when Kevin was born. A prouder father there never was. Our friendship spanned over 30 years. I will miss his smile and huge heart. I love you, my friend. Keep your motor runnin'. There's got to be great places to ride where you are and, some day, we'll ride together again. God speed, my friend.