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Edward P. Socha Obituary
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August 15, 2018

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February 8, 2018
Uncle Edziu, you were an important part of my life growing up, I'm so glad that you were part of it, and you will be very much missed by everyone. I'm so glad that you and Donna were able to come to Robert's wedding back in July 2016.
February 5, 2018
Our deepest condolences to all those who knew my Uncle Ed. He will be missed by many.

Uncle Ed once told me a story about a time Ed and Donna were on vacation. I may not have the location of where this story took place exactly correct. But the story is worth recounting.

Ed and Donna were on vacation. I think Australia or New Zeland. There was this unbelievable bungy jump that they went to see. Uncle Ed described it as the highest bridge jump in the world, or all of Australia. As he was describing the height. The height and sheer drop seemed unbelievable to me. I said to my self, no sane person would choose to do such a thing. I was thinking this was something they had observed. Then Uncle Ed said, when they were hooking me up. They only had one thing to ask me. Do you want to splash the water or just stop short of the water. I took a double take. Thinking, you have to be kidding me. I had no idea this story involved Uncle Ed doing this crazy thing. Uncle Ed response was I want to splash the water. I don't recall exactly how old Uncle would have been at this time. But at the time. I was just amazed at the desire Uncle Ed must have had for experiencing life.

Uncle was very active in his community and his church activities. He was a volunteer for Habitat For Humanity. He has the Ed Soca scholar ship fund. That is affiliated with the St. Joseph Catholic Church that Ed and Donna attended. If your looking for a way to honor my Uncle Ed. The scholar ship would might be a great way to do so.
February 5, 2018
Ed, I'm the last Moreau, you we're friends with one of my older Brothers George, you used to call him Baldy, I'm the baby of 11 kids, George & I are the only ones left, good old Chinatown in Chicopee Falls, I seen your pictures and would have surely recognized you today. Not too many of the gangs from there left, George seen your obit in the paper and called me.We both send your Family & friends, our deepest Sympathies, May you rest in God's loving hands at Peace. Your OLD friends Joe jr. & George Moreau alias, (Junior & Baldy),
February 4, 2018
Hi Ed, it's been a long time. Frank Stever here. I served with Ed during my time in the Navy stationed at Whidbey Island, Wa. I was lucky enough to of had Ed as my Supervisor for a couple of years while stationed at Whidbey Island. I had a few encounters with Ed around the Bremerton area after we both retired completely. Ed always had a smile on his face. You will be greatly missed. A friend Frank