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Edward Stanton Redstone

Edward Stanton Redstone Obituary
REDSTONE, Edward Stanton Of Rancho Mirage, CA, formerly of Boston, suddenly on December 23, 2011. Beloved husband of Madeline Redstone. Devoted son of the late Michael " Mickey" and Belle Redstone. Devoted father of Steven and Michele Sweetwood, Lawrence and Jennifer Sweetwood, Howard Sweetwood and his wife Jennifer and Michael Redstone. He was the adored and treasured grandfather of Amanda, Melissa, John, Theodore, Sydney and Maxwell Sweetwood and Jesse, Alex and Emily Redstone. He was preceded in death by his first wife Leila, his daughter Ruth Ann Redstone and his beloved grandson, Gabriel Adam Redstone. Dear brother of Sumner Redstone and his family. Mr. Redstone graduated Colgate University and Harvard Business School he was partner with his brother Sumner Redstone in National Amusements Inc. before turning to a new career in banking. He was Chairman of the Martha's Vineyard National Bank and First Bank Corp. in Lowell, MA. In Boston he was involved with the Jimmy Fund created by his father. Mr. Redstone continued his philanthropy in California donating money and time to numerous causes The Eisenhower Medical Center Board of Trustees and the Eisenhower Board of Directors, The Stroke Center Board of Directors, Betty Ford Center (where his wife Madeline, is on the Board of Trustees) and The Barbara Sinatra Children's Center. Services will be held at The Brezniak-Rodman Chapel, 1251 Washington St. ( Corner of Chestnut St.) WEST NEWTON, MA on Thursday December 29, 2011 at 10:00 am. Interment will be at Temple Israel Cemetery, Wakefield. In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to The Betty Ford Center Foundation, 39000 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270, or call: (760-773-4105) Brezniak-Rodman Chapel www.brezniakrodman.com

Published in The Boston Globe from Dec. 28 to Dec. 29, 2011
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