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January 20, 2020

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January 19, 2020
Had the great privilege of knowing Eddie. Truly one of the really good guys. I will miss him very much. Deepest regrets to Lisa and family
January 19, 2020
Lisa...from another member of the "E-section"I will certainly miss Eddie. Sincerely, Mike Cocagne
January 18, 2020
Dear Lisa and Family,
My sincere condolences to you and your family at this difficult time. Eddie was always so very kind to me. I enjoyed listening to his stories in the barbershop and he was so incredibly knowledgeable about so many things. It was my honor and pleasure to have known him and to have cut his hair on occasion.He will be truly missed by all his friends and family.
Sincerely,
Michele Price
January 17, 2020
I remember Eddie from when we were kids in Fairfield in the mid 1950s. We used to sneak out our parent's cars out and ride around town when they had gone out for the evening. Don't know if they ever caught on. In the backyard of 201 Penfield we had an extensive series of dirt roads for our respective "Dinky Toy" collections. Also remember sitting in the playroom ( old fashioned term) in his basement listening to Les Paul's recording of " How High the Moon" and marveling at the innovation. Nice guy, my sympathies to Merideth and the rest of the family.
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