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November 22, 2019

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June 25, 2018
June 25, 2018
It was a shock to hear of Ed's passing so soon after he volunteered for me at the KidShow at the Great Lakes Mall. If he wasn't feeling well, he gave no indication and was his peppy, fun, fantastic self. Ed was one of my favorite and most valuable volunteers. He always had a smile and a great story and he was always there for me, unless he was volunteering somewhere else. Ed will be missed by all of us at The Fine Arts Association and all the volunteers who had the privilege of working with him. I am sure Ed is now volunteering in the service of God. We miss you, Ed. Wanda Wareham, director of communications and marketing
May 7, 2018
I can easily take up more space than I'm probably allowed just talking about Ed. I just saw him recently at one of my band gigs and he looked amazing. I'm so glad I got to see him once more, but I really wish it wasn't the last time. He was always there at Rider's when I was playing except if he were flying or something. If he wasn't there, I always noticed. He was such a wonderful person to me and very supportive of my music. I even remember how he would frequently ask me to play "Something In Red" or "Memory" or "Someone To Watch Over Me" for him. Before his 64th birthday, he would ask me to play "When I'm 64". How he loved music! That picture is how I remember him...smiling and reflecting his good, kind spirit...vibrant and full of life. I will miss him so very much! I wish peace and comfort to all who are grieving his absence.

Love,
P.J. Philips
May 6, 2018
I meet Ed in Single Volunteers of Lake Co. We had mutual admiration for folk music and attended many of P. J. Phillips shows at Rider's Inn together. He orchestrated our sing-a-longs during our requests. Ed was a great storyteller and many times it was the highlight of the evening. Throughout the years, Ed was my contact person letting me know about cool music events such as Lake Erie Folk Festival and Blue Sky Festival. He loved and supported local music events dearly. My condolensces go out to his family and friends. May you cherish his memories during this difficult time.
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