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August 14, 2018

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March 2, 2018
Deeply saddened about Ed's death. Considered He and Lois to be wonderful friends. My sympathies to Lois and to the rest of his family. I can't begin to imagine how deeply he must be misses.
December 27, 2017
Very sorry to read of Ed's passing. He was a great friend back in my high school days on the swim team. He was a wonderfully supportive teammate and a fierce competitor. My prayers are with all of his family in their loss.
December 17, 2017
Ed was one of a kind!! I've known him for almost 15 years from being a customer at Cross Jeep, but Ed was more than just a customer, he was part of the Cross family. He was always so friendly & happy, his smile was infectious.. He sure will be missed.. I will keep his family in my thoughts and prayers.
December 17, 2017
Ed was concerned about his family, friends and all parts of the UPS operation. He would just stop by and tell me what he thought about securing the people, aircraft or buildings. He cared about the people he worked with. One time I did a presentation on prevention of violence in the workplace and response to active shooter. Ed stopped by the office and said all us need to hear that and a hour or so later we finished.

When Ed entered my office he was smiling and always when he left he was smiling!

He always, not sometimes but always talked about how proud he was of his family.
He will be missed.