In Memory Of

Edward A. King Jr.

Walnut Creek, California

1919 - 2013

Guest Book

Craig Schneider

May 28, 2014 | Levittown, PA

Rest in peace, Uncle Ed. You will be dearly missed.
Craig and Sue Schneider

Stephen Dawson

August 12, 2013 | Haymarket, VA

Our Uncle Ed was a wonderful man in so many ways – a beloved son; a supportive brother; a devoted husband and father; and a loving role model to extended family members, co-workers, and friends.

When I recall these things about Uncle Ed, I am reminded of the Scripture verse in Proverbs 22:1 – “A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold.”

The name, Edward A. King, Jr., was and is a “good name” and he was, and will forever...

July 23, 2013

1930 Mom & Uncle Ed

My mom adored her brother, so I grew up loving Uncle Ed even before I had the pleasure to get to know him as an adult. I have so many wonderful memories of Uncle Ed & Aunt Verna during our family gatherings with my cousins, Lesley and Ted as well as during my visits to San Francisco. Several years ago, Uncle Ed took me on a tour of Elsmere, NY, which gave me a deep appreciation of our small family's history. With the passing of our eldest relative, this is the end of a generation for our...

Ben Riley

July 17, 2013 | Orinda, CA

Ed was my hero! He was always wonderful to be around, so very smart and always so active and fit. What a joy it was to be next door neighbors to Ed and Verna. We will greatly miss Ed, just as we miss Verna. Our condolences to the family, but how lucky you all are to have had Ed in your family and your life!


Edward's Obituary

Edward A King JrDec 9, 1919 - April 6, 2013Resident of Walnut CreekEd passed peacefully at his home on April 6th, with family at his side. Ed was a retired aeronautical engineer with a diversified career of design and project management. After spending his youth in Elsmere, NY, he graduated from...

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