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February 23, 2020
Cannot think of Edward without "standing room line" immediately coming to mind. We saw so very many operas, ballets, films together, ate so many meals, discussed so much theater, shared so many thoughts and feelings. A wonderful sense of humor, an astounding talent, a passionate appreciation of the arts. Oh, how he'll be missed.
February 23, 2020
OMG - I loved Ed. He was so wonderful. I lived at the Theatre. I was head of Props, and also a Theatre major. I worked on so many shows of his. I even saw him in New York City when I moved there. He was so talented. And kind, and fun, and an inspiration. Peace and blessings to his family and friends, and all the artists whose Life He Inspired. Peace.
February 22, 2020
Ed was my mentor and friend at Illinois Wesleyan University. He taught me literally everything that I know about set, lighting and sound design. His work was amazing, so when he praised mine...it meant a great deal to me.
Thanks, Ed. Ave atque vale.
February 22, 2020
This post just literally took my breath away. Ed was responsible for teaching so many skills that I use almost daily-I think of him and thank him often. Edward was one of only 3 teachers I had that totally imbedded life altering knowledge. The set design for The Tempest at IWU would have won awards, had it been on Broadway. He was beyond a fabulous instructor, and his resume is proof. I am profoundly grateful that his path crossed mine, and so many others. What a tribute to his time on earth to have affected all he mentored.
February 15, 2020
I remember Ed, not only for his considerable talent, but for his pranks. I opened several "documents" during several live play performances at SLUH to find, not what was supposed to be there, but a personal note from him. And shortly after a short visit at a reunion, there was my name, "Dr. Galli", on a reserved sign in a hospital parking lot in The Verdict. Thanks, Ed, for
lots of great memories.
February 15, 2020
Many great memories growing up on 59th Street. Prayers for family and friends
February 14, 2020
God bless Edward and his family. I have wonderful memories of him and Michael from back in grade school. He was a kind friend to my big sister, Carm. May he rest in peace.
February 14, 2020
My thoughts and prayers to the entire Pisoni family.
February 14, 2020
Edward was the first to introduce himself when I transferred in grade school. He made me feel so welcome. He has entered my thoughts many times over the years. God bless him.

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