“May God bless you and your family. You served this country that my ancestor fought with George Washington to build. Ray&Theresa McNair
“Beside his family, Ed's military service to his country and his remarkable love of Auburn HS football will be a few of his greatest legacies. This great American will be missed by all who knew him.
“What a Wonderful Man !!! May he rest in peace....Dan & Joy Johnson.
“Our condolences to your family . We. Are sorry to hear of the loss of uncle Ed . He was a fine person and will be missed all that knew him. Frank and Joan fimano Orlando Florida.
“Ed is with his loved ones who went before him, including my late brother-in-laws mother Mary Parenti. Ed is once again visiting with the family who took him in and protected him when, in WWII, he was wounded. He is welcomed in the Heaven he deserves and will be missed by those he has left behind. Trust God.
“Our condolences to Steff and the boys. Uncle Eddy will not be forgotten, we have a lot of memories.
“To the family of Ed DeFelice My family and I are very sorry for your loss. We all have known him for 30 years or more and will greatly miss him. Cathi Hutson , Roy Greenfield, Carrie Cassie and Peter.
“Dear Steph and family ,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of Uncle Ed .We thought of him often .I'm sure my beloved Aunt Anna and cousin Joe are happy to be united with him .God bless sincerely Geraldine Ted and sons
“Dear Steffany, Boys and Family,
I am sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Ed. He lived a long life and is now with his wife and son. May he rest in peace.
May God bless your family at this time of sorrow.
AUBURN | Edward R. DeFelice, 94, of Myrtle Avenue, Auburn, passed away peacefully after a brief illness, early Wednesday morning, Feb. 6, 2013, at Auburn Community Hospital. He was born in Auburn, the son of the late Joseph and Ernestine Pacelli DeFelice and had been a lifelong resident. â€œFast...Read More