Here I am in Florida without you. I did not believe it when you said "I won't be going to Florid in March". Kaley and I have had a good time but we missed you. You have been gone from us for over two months now and I still can hardley believe you won't be coming back.I love you and miss you so much. I don't know how I will go on but I know I must for our Family's sake.
Rusty is facing a rough road ahead of him with the Throat Cancer. I hope and Pray that they will be able to cure it with 35 radation treaments plus Chemo.Love Dee
Charlotte & family,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sorry I could not attend Ed's funeral. I have been in cardiac care at York hospital for the last 2 days. I was released at 8 last night. I am doing well. Best to you Dee and deepest sympathy
Aunt Dee. I have thought about you all week and wish I could be there. I thought the world of Ed, he was a wonderful man and we will miss him. We planted asparagas this past year from how he had told us the way he planted his. I will always remember him because of that and his blueberries and his wonderful smile. I love you and please tell your family that Houze and I are very sorry for their loss. Love, Lois Ann
Ward and family,
Sorry, for your loss! Prayers sent for you all!
Westinghouse- 1967-1992-There are some people that we meet along lifes pathway, and time or miles cannot change those memories... Truly a beautiful couple. I am sure Ed is greatly missed by all who loved him. Thoughts and Prayers to you Dee and to your family.
One summer I went to their house and helped Ed pick blueberries. He was so nice and let me take some of them home. I love you Dee.
Dee, we all love you so much and pray that the Lord will comfort you greatly in this time. All the ladies here at 17 are deeply moved and have you in their hearts and prayers.
Dee and family - Just heard of your loss. Ed was a great guy.
Dee and family, we are so sorry to hear of Ed passing. He was a wonder person, friend, and mentor.
God bless you and your family
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to you Dee and the rest of the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Aaron always spoke to us about his grandfather and how special he was. When we finally got to meet Ed we found out what he meant. What a wonderful man. We always enjoyed talking with him at family events. He would always have such intersting stories to share. Dee and Ed welcomed us into their home to share crabs and enjoy some good homecooking done by Ed. We will always hold on to those special memories. He will be so missed.
Love, Cheryl & Shawn
So sorry for your loss, we will keep all of you in our prayers.
Lisa and Skip James
I had the pleasure of working with Ed at Westinghouse Hunt Valley MD. He was well-respected and well-liked. Our Sympathies to his Family.
John Norville [Q.A. Dept. Mgr. at Hunt Valley].
There are just no words that can describe the impact you had on so many lives and the legacy you've left behind.
Dee and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Dee, I have many fond memories of car pooling with you and Ed to Westinghouse may years ago. He was a good soul and I know you will miss him dearly! My heartfelt sympathy to ALL of you. My thoughts and prayers will be with all of you. Hugs, Dawn
Our Family is very sorry for your loss. Ed was an amazing and kind hearted person. Your family will be in our prayers.
We are deeply saddened by Ed's passing. it was an honor to know him. He fought a long hard fight & his courage inspired us all. You are all in our thoughts and prayers,
Dear Ed: You will always be in my heart. You are very much love from our children, your sisters and your Mother. I hope that you are happy now. Love Always, Joyce
Ed will remain in our hearts forever. We send you thoughts of sympathy, peace and courage. Love you all.
My deepest condolences to Ed's family and friends.
Ed, rest easy my friend. It was a pleasure knowing and working with you.
Vaya con Dios, amigo.
Your love, your wisdom, your compasion and your sense of humor will stay with me untill the day I die.
Your wisdom, your compassion, your sense of humor will stay with me untill the day I die.
Dee, You're in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Shirley and Leroy Fix
We are the Poker Boys, of which Ed (also known as Fast Eddie) was a member. In 1976 a small group of guys from work decided we should play poker. We decided that the first Friday following our monthly pay check was the best day of the month to play because that was the only day we were all sure to have money. We drank cases of beer, told bawdy jokes, most smoked, we snacked on chips and peanuts, and we played till 2AM. As the decades have passed the snacks have become elaborate meals and we drink far less than a single case of beer. We now quit at midnight, no one smokes, and no one can remember jokes. Our hair has become thinner and whiter and our waistlines grew, but the strength and depth of our friendships grew too. Oh we'll probably fill Fast Eddie's seat at the table as we have when we lost other members, but Fast Eddie could never be replaced nor will he be forgotten. A better friend, a better man, than Fast Eddie Behrens is few and far between.
So Eddie one last time we the Poker Boys say this to you… Deal'm !
Our love and sympathy to Aunt Dee and the rest of the family. He has fought a good fight, he has finished his course. Rest in peace.