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1938 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Edgar L. Kohler Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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September 11, 2017
dear family, I wanted you to know that I have fond memories of ed back at muskingum. I graduated in 1956 from Mckees rocks in Pittsburgh and met ed at muskingum. he was a gifted athlete, football player and did some wrestling. when I went to Fort Knox in 1961 to basic training there I found my good friend ed reading a paper back on his bunk bed and was delighted to see him. he was no nonsense and a determined guy and I always wondered what happened to him. after reading his obituary I was not surprised to see the wonderful family man he was and fine person. I just took a chance to see if I could find him and when I did wanted you to know how much I admired ed and how much joy he brought to my life. bless you and his memory. love, brian kriska
May 11, 2017
Sorry for you lose. He was such a great man. We loved seeing him outside and talking to him daily. You knew the weather was getting nice when you seen him sitting on his porch. We would come home from work and he always asked how our day was. In return we would ask how he was and he said "I'm in the pink and it's a great day to be alive!" He will be missed dearly. Rest easy Eddie
May 10, 2017
Peace be swift but memories last forever. Be thankful for what you had with your loved one.
May 10, 2017
So sorry for you lose. It the memories that become so precious.