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age 85, (July 31, 1935 - June 5, 2021). In the early hours of Saturday, June 5th, surrounded by the love of family, Edward went to his eternal home with the Lord. He and Mary (ne?e Barnum), his wife of 64 years, have always found strength and solace in their large family and strong Catholic faith. Together they raised eleven children: Daniel (Kathleen, deceased), Kenneth (Laura), Katherine Aloi (David), Patricia Gill, deceased (John), Joseph (Brenda), Andrew (Ingrid), Margaret Fox (Kenneth), John, Mary Lou Ribar (Joseph), Matthew (Sharon), and Christine Palmer (Kurt). Dear grandfather, great grandfather and great-great grandfather. Brother of Jean Kent (Eugene, deceased), Carol Strasshoffer, deceased (William), Mary Timura (Thomas), and James (Martha). Preceded in death by his parents, Edward A. Lamparyk and Sylvia (nee Krakora), as well as grandchildren - Jillian, Gabriel, and Anthony - and great grandchildren - Maegan and Seth. Funeral Mass St. Clement Church (Lincoln and Madison Ave.) Thursday, June 10 at 10:00 a.m. Interment St. Mary of the Falls Cemetery. Friends may call at the McGORRAY-HANNA FUNERAL HOME OF WESTLAKE 25620 CENTER RIDGE RD. (WEST OF COLUMBIA) WEDNESDAY FROM 3-8 P.M. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions to St. Clement Church 2022 Lincoln Ave. Lakewood, OH. 44107 or the Kathleen J. Lamparyk Scholarship Fund at Cleveland Central Catholic High School 6550 Baxter Ave. Cleveland, OH 44105.

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Published in The Plain Dealer from Jun. 7 to Jun. 9, 2021.
Calling hours
03:00 - 08:00 PM
Funeral Mass
10:00 AM
St. Clement Church
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June 13, 2021
A man of great faith. May he rest in peace. We always enjoyed the company of Ed and Mary during the annual Bible Institute at Xavier University.
Mark Hennessey
June 10, 2021
Mary, Eddie is and always will be more than just a friend. He was Jack's pillar of strength when Jack needed him most and his phone calls gave me a quiet peace. We all go back a long time 64+ years-good memories to keep him in my heart. Peace and comfort to you and your family I will always remember Eddie singing Danny Boy-God bless you--Irene
Irene Renfro
June 10, 2021
Ingrid, I am so sorry for your loss. Please extend my sympathies to your family and especially to your husband.
Sarah Tomcik
Sarah Tomcik
June 9, 2021
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always. I have known Ed and Mary since I was a young teenager. Truly Ed is a pillar of faith who brought his love of Christ to all he met. The Holy Soirit filled him with the ability to teach others about his faith. He was a friend, a teacher,a mentor and my spiritual advisor. Because of him I have grown so much in my faith. I have so much to be grateful for because of him. He set the fire of God's love on all he May the choirs of Angels come to greet you and take you to eternal life. Goodbye my dear and trusted friend. You are now at home with the Lord.
Jean Smith
June 9, 2021
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Jean Smith
June 7, 2021
Mrs Lamparyk and family
My love,thoughts,and prayers are with all of you
Mr Lamparyk will be greatly missed
I loved hearing him sing-such a beautiful voice
He was a true kind hearted gentleman
Rest in the arms of our Lord and Blessed Mother true and faithful servant
May the angels surround the Lamparyk family and bring them peace and comfort
Joyce & John Nekl
June 7, 2021
Ed and Mary have shared Christian brotherhood and sisterhood with us in Saint Anthony’s home based community for 25 years. Ed was coleader of the community and did bible teaching in numerous parishes. He is a graduate and teacher in Guadalupe Bible College. Above all he was a dear friend and model Catholic Christian. He always urged us to put on the armor of God. For Eddie the battle is done and the victory won. For those of us in St. Anthony’s community, our sincere condolences and love to Mary and all the family. Rest In Peace. Deacon Ken and Shelley
Deacon Ken and Shelley Meade
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