Edward-Wasik-Obituary

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Edward A. Wasik

Homewood, Illinois

Oct 10, 1937 – Mar 12, 2018

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BORN
October 10, 1937
DIED
March 12, 2018
LOCATION
Homewood, Illinois

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Tews-Ryan Funeral Home Obituary

With a heavy heart, the family of Edward A. Wasik announce his passing after a too-short battle with lung cancer on Monday, March 12, 2018 at the age of 80.  His loving wife Linda preceded him in death.  He will be forever remembered by his children, Dave (Betty), Karen (Wally) Jackson, Cathy...

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My good friend for over 30 years also my landlord for 9. many good times with him also with the SSSMA. enjoyed the Dixie Run with him. My condolences to his family

Our deepest condolences from Eric, Amanda, Colton and Caden

Ed, I'll miss you Buddy! I was hoping to get you out to Arizona so I could show you around the mountains here. You were a good Friend and hunting Partner. I'll also miss all your emails, some funny and some with Historical photos.
I'll see you in the Happy hunting Grounds sometime. Your Friend Brent

Ed was my shop teacher and a great guy.
Condolences to all his loved ones.

Dennis Dreesen, Mesquite , Texas.

The FTD Cherished Farewell Arrangement

I remember well ED from TTHS. Actually, he was a lot of fun. To his family, you have my condolences.

My condolences to the children. I know that you will miss him. He will live forever in my memories of the times we (Uncle Mason, Ed, Uncle Stanley, Tom, My dad - Tony, and I) went fishing to Wisconsin.

I am sure that you will always remember him for his 'Wasik' humor, and the care that he showed by taking his mother, Aunt Susie, to family wedding, bridal showers and picnics.

Our most heartfelt condolences from Bill & Kathi Havron, Duncan, Oklahoma, and Kathy (Havron) & John Farrell, Mebane, NC

My deepest sympathies and condolences on Ed's passing. It was my great pleasure to have gotten to know Ed through the South Suburban Sporstmen's club where he was an active and involved member. Ed took it upon himself to take special care to send each of our members get well cards, bereavement cards, and keep us all informed on how they were doing. I will always remember how he helped to guide me as a new member in the club. I will miss his humor and involvement greatly.