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January 26, 2020

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January 6, 2020
Eddie, so sorry we just found out about your leaving us. We are truly saddened. You were a dear, good and very caring person and we will miss you. We love you.

Our condolences to your family.

John and Toula
December 9, 2019
Rest In Peace, my boyhood friend. We lived four doors away, on Bucyrus Avenue until my family moved, when I was eleven years old. It seemed we saw each other, played and roamed the neighborhood nearly every day. I have so many memories of Eddie they seem as plentiful as stars in the sky. I'll always treasure those times and our boyhood friendship. Ken Dobbins, Avon Lake, Ohio
December 8, 2019
Ed had a way of bringing people together. No one was a stranger when Ed was present. He was a special friend and it was an honor to know him and everyone wanted to know him and be around him. Rest In Peace Ed, you will truly be missed.
December 8, 2019
From O.L.G.C to this past summer, Ed was always a true friend to me and many others I knew. I was in town this past summer, and there was a breakfast get together he came to to re unite with me,
I could tell he wasn't feeling all that good, but he came anyway.
That's the kind of friend Ed was.
Never saw him down, always had some joke or funny story to tell, many times his funny actions.
Always busy, from his parking lot downtown, to his pumping gas on Wednesdays just for fun!
Always attended church, even after some ROUGH weekends!
Heaven is a funnier place now!
Thanks for everything Eddie. Rest till we meet again.
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