I'm sorry to have, just now, learned of Edward's passing. He was a very kind and selfless soul. I worked with 'Eddie' in Department 1 in the '80s. I hope that Edward was surrounded by his loved ones in retirement. So long, Eddie, we hardly knew ye.
You will be missed by many Ed. The guys in Fizz's fantasy baseball leagues where you've played for over a decade are just finding out. Condolences to your family.
Forever burning for a great friend
Debbie and the Szuter family, so sorry to hear about Eddie. May he rest in peace.
Our deepest sympathy to Ed's family. My son, Philip(volunteer), worked with Ed in the mailroom and he enjoyed him tremendously. He was a great teacher and was instrumental in developing our son for the workforce and the job he holds today. I had the pleasure of meeting Ed and walked away thinking "Now that's a good guy". My husband and I are thankful for the time Philip got to spend with him at CHS/Mercer mailroom. Sincerely, Mrs. Ethel Renoe, Hopewell Township, NJ
Joan, my deepest Sympathy to you and your family
Eddie was a great guy
Joan and Mike I'm so sorry to hear about Ed,your all in our prayers .Wayne and family
He was such a nice person
To Debbie and the Szuter Family
I am so sorry for your loss. May God ease your pains and help you all thru this.
We are so sorry to hear about Eddie. We had great times in Trenton and Maryland with him. He will be missed but not forgotten.
My condolences, played a lot of ball with him and 8 years at Holy Cross
Ed was such a great guy, and was fun to talk to about sports, he will be missed, may he rest in peace
Gonna miss ya,Zoot! We had a lot of good baseball debates over the years. Go, Cards!!
Miles separated our friendship, and yet they couldn't cease it. I count myself truly fortunate to have had Ed as a friend. Ed embodied integrity and honor,with a quiet intelligence and dedication that I will miss. My heart goes out to the Szuter family at this time of loss and sadness. Farewell, my true friend.
You will be greatly missed. A caring and loving person who touched so many people.
Ed was in charge of my mailroom at Capital Health, it has not been easy since the Lord recruited Ed to be his loyal servant. Ed was a very kind man very easy to get along with, never complain about anything, even though he love working for Capital health, he is now working with god to deliver his mail & his message, so next time you receive mail, Please remember the Angel in disguise (Ed Szuter )Capital Health's Mailman.
I loved talking sports with you. You were a kind and sincere person. I will miss you.
You were a hard worker at GM and a good man. I enjoyed playing in the over 30 hardball league and you were a terrific player/coach. Say hi to Stan the Man Musial for us. You were the best.
We will miss you so much! You were always there for us!
Leecy and Meana
My condolences to the Szuter family. Played a lot of baseball with Eddie while growing up. He was truly one of the nice guys and will be missed.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.