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Edward A. Fish Sr. Obituary
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July 22, 2018

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July 22, 2018

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August 16, 2011
Dad we miss you so much
June 13, 2011
On your birthday Ed, I hope heaven has been good to you! We miss your witty sense of humor.
April 18, 2011
I am very sorry about your father,I found out on my fathers birthday.I hope all is well w/ you and the family. I know now how lucky I was too have met your father and how foolish I was otherwise.
Ronny
July 24, 2010
Dear Fish Family,
My first memories of Mr. Fish were at the Little League Fields in Hingham, MA, where I played against his son Kevin in 1977-78. Fast forward to 2005 and I was working in Commercial Real Estate and came across a wonderful project on the Miami River called Latitiude. I heard that a gentleman by the name Ed Fish was behind the project, could it be the same Ed Fish from Hingham? To make a long story short, Mr. Fish helped me tremendously with a buyer from Argentina who purchased and also secured the naming rights to the building. I loved having his Boston Irish sense of values in Miami and enjoyed our conversations about life and family. He and my father, who died in October, had many quality friends in common.
Sincerely and with condolences,
Richard C. Welch, Jr.