“I am so fortunate to have seen Mr. Edwards twice last year, after 40 plus years. He was an inspiration to me and many others, as well. His family and friends know how great a gift he was on earth, and will continue in heaven. - Bo Walters (Houston, Tx.)
“I was truly saddened to hear of his passing. He treated all of us Troopers as if we were all his sons. He was a class act, and we are all a little less without him. He lived life large.
Please accept my condolences.
Carla and me, Christina and Erwin want to express our deepest symphaty. We are so sorry the loss of your beloved husband and friend. We remember Marion very well from our visit in 1989, he invited on cajun dinner and fixed everything for us.
Nina, Stavanger, Norway
“I just heard of Marion's death. Edwin I am so sorry for your loss. We had some very good times at our class reunions in the past years with Marion. He will be missed!
“On behalf of the Allan Edwards family of Arkansas, please accept our deepest sympathies at the loss of Uncle Marion. To us, he was the most thoughtful and kind Uncle of all. Our mother, 92, deeply appreciated his thoughtful calls and loving messages in the years after our father's passing. His love for our father is still in our hearts. Penny, we keep you in our prayers as you touched our hearts with your joyous attitude and kindnesses. He was alight with love for you. Without a doubt, it...
“so sorry for your loss,"throw your burden on God he himself will sustain you."
“Mr. Edwards seemed like a person who lived his life to the fullest. Now he's asleep hoping to hear the words Lazarus heard when Jesus resurrected him saying"Lazarus come out" meaning the grave. So for now rest in peace.
EDWARDS Marion D. Edwards, a loving, kind and generous husband, father, grandfather, and friend, passed away peacefully in his Broussard home surrounded by family and friends on Saturday, January 12, 2013. Born July 10, 1928 in Marksville, Louisiana, Edwards attended Bethany Nazarene College,...Read More