Edward A. Town

Blaine, Minnesota

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To all the Town Family-Edward, as we called him, was a classmate in Orr High-Class of '69. He was funny & a tease. Being Takkunen & he Town, he sat behind me & pulled my hair-yes, this was high school, not grade school. Maybe he was shy or a ya think, a flirt but here we turned out to be friends, relatives & my last memory of him was as he walked across our driveway on his way back from Kab after blueberry picking & yes, I weasled a cup or 2 out of him. We attended the...

So so sorry about your loss. Josette is such a great help in our lives. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
From Todd, Dorothy Audette

I really enjoyed talking with Ed. He was a very interesting man, so much to talk about! He earned EXTRA points in my book! My prayers go out to Josette and the Town family. Your neighbor, Sarah Jenson

My sincere sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your beloved husband and father. May wonderful memories help you all through this very difficult time.

Joey, My deepest sympathies to you, Jennifer and Brian in the loss of Ed. I know you will miss him dearly, but you will always have memories to cherish. May God give you strength during this difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Karen

Joey, Jenny & Brian,

Ed was my best friend and like a brother to me and I will miss him very much. Ed & I shared 40 years of adventures & friendship which lives in my memory every day. I could write a book about all our fishing & hunting outings but what I will miss the most was our chats at the lakes and by phone. Our trips to the Kabetogama "Shack" were some of the best times of my like and remember our last trip there before the shack was destroyed....

Rest in peace Ed

It is not always easy to find such good neighbors to live next to. We always enjoyed a happy Hello from Ed & Joey. We will miss Ed. Our hearts go out to you Joey.
Wayne & Karen Erickson

JOEY AND FAMILY- When we were small children growing up at Kabetogama Edward and I spent a lot of time together. Ed was my first friend, like a brother. I even called him Bobo, wanting to go to Bobo's house or waiting for Bobo to come over. I hadn't thought of Ed's nickname for many years till memories began flooding in. And memories are a plenty. One of the earliest was when we where out "exploring" and found a skunk in a trap in the near woods, and boys being boys and not...


Edward's Obituary

Edward Town passed away in Blaine, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Edward are being provided by Kozlak-Radulovich Funeral Chapel. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on January 27, 2013.