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October 19, 2018

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February 21, 2018
Another dear friend gone, but memories will last forever. Eddie trained me when I joined the Postal Service way back in 1984. On that very first day he introduced me to the man who would become my husband, Steve Mariotto. They were great friends and shared many adventures together. I lost Steven in June of 2016 and I know this made Eddie very sad. I am heartened to think that they are together again. Good bye my dear friend, rest well.
Pamela Boyd Mariotto
January 24, 2018
Ed, you were a dear friend and I'll miss you very much. You made each day at work more enjoyable. I always enjoyed sharing stories and laughs with you in and out of work, especially about hockey. As we'd say in our texts...Go Wings! God bless your soul and Rest In Peace.
January 22, 2018
Rest In Peace Eddie. Our Sympathy to the Tuladzieck Family
January 22, 2018
Mike, I'm so sorry for your loss.
I worked next to Ed at the PO for over 20 years. He was like a brother to me, we had a great time working next to each other. We laughed a lot. He had a great since of humor. He was very considerate, and he helped me with the death of my brother and my mom. He was there when I needed a friend to lean on. Since we both retired we drifted apart, a few texts now and then. He will be missed dearly.