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Edward John Beveridge

San Diego, California

May 2, 1940 – Mar 18, 2018


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Merkley-Mitchell Mortuary Obituary

Edward Beveridge passed away on March 18, 2018. Funeral Home Services for Edward are being provided by Merkley-Mitchell Mortuary of San Diego, CA.

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So sorry for your loss. Death is never easy but Almighty God is our refuge and strength in your time of need. May God give you peace. Phillipians 4:6, 7

I've known Ed since high school (Cocoa High) where he was a star football player. We were roommates at the University of Florida. We both worked at Cape Canaveral during the summers, where he worked on the Titan program and I worked on the Atlas program. Both of us worked at General Dynamics in San Diego after graduating in the early 60's. This year would have been his 60th high school reunion. We missed him and several people asked if I had heard anything. He'll be missed.

What a surprise as I tried to locate my old college mate and then work partner at General Dynamics Astronautics, to find that he recently passed away. We were hoping to visit with him and Sara on our visit to San Diego. We had some good times at college and over the years when we got together. Sara, we hope to locate you before we depart San Diego in two days.

Bill & Dottie Robison

So sorry to hear of the loss of such a wonderful friend.
He will be missed.

Remembering you in thought and prayer. Let there be hope. Let there be stories. Let there be celebration of a life well-lived. Let there be tears, but let there be happy memories of all you shared. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. With deepest sympathy.

My heart is heavy but so grateful and happy. I am grateful to have been a brother to Eduardo for over 30 years. I am happy for the voluminous occasions we shared. I have met few people more sweet than Ed. He was a delight to be with and will be sorely missed. A Fab 10 original and a Fab 10 forever. He dearly loved Sista Sara and always showed it. He was a role model husband and friend. He helped raise Brandi along with the village. OMG!
Eduardo, rest in peace, my brotha. I will always...

Ed was our neighbour and good friend. We'll always think of Ed when we look at the house beside us. We were excited and happy when Ed and Sara arrived in early June, and sad when they left for San Diego in October. We have so many wonderful memories: sharing appetizers and drinks on the wharf, golf, boat rides, dinner parties, bonfires. We had many good discussions: politics in Canada, politics in the United States. We would solve the problems of the day. Ed, we are going to miss you....