Ed Lauter

1938 - 2013

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Rest Ed, until you hear at dawn,
the low, clear reveille of God.

Thank you for your service to this nation.

I am a little bit late to this site. I was a little surprised to hear of Mr. Lauter's passing. He always seemed so strong and healthy in his many roles on screen. I saw him in so many movies. He was so versatile, as well as being so good at his profession. He was a credit to his craft and leaves a terrific legacy. My belated condolences to his family.

I was friends with Ed, everytime I saw him on the screen/tv I couldn't tell you why but "The Rockford Files" comes to mind and so does Charles Bronson in the DW#3.he was just enjoyable to watch.
May God Bless you his family and thank you for sharing him with us.

TonyW.Lee (Poplar Bluff.MO).

May God be for you a refuge and supply you with strength, comfort, and peace to endure in the days ahead.

Jeez only found out few days ago this iconic actor is no more.But his legend lives on.RIP

so very sorry to hear of your loss

i wss friends with ed and marni when they lived in hasbrouck heights in the mid 80s. Ameka and Anton were toddlers and Ed was always a sweetheart. We went to each other's parties and ppl always recognized him and he could not have been kinder or more generous. He would see them a few times each summer when we had parties at our cottage in Pines Lake NJ and would always remember their names. Very talented and lovely man. Gone way too soon. Chris and Jim Breit

I worked with Ed Lauter on the film YOUNGBLOOD (with Rob Lowe, Patrick Swayze, and Cynthia Gibb). Ed was a prince of a guy! A consummate actor and professional with an amazingly strong constitution... so I couldn't believe it when I saw this news. He was too young, too strong, too solid. My deepest heartfelt sympathies go out to his family and friends.


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