Condolence: Dear Aunt Liz, Betty, Kathie, Jimmy & family
Uncle Ed left an indelible mark on a lot of people. He took me to Phillies games, fishing, and even got me a job at Kuhn & Blum.
He was a warm hearted person and I will treasure the times with him always. Can never forget riding in the Rambler!
Condolence: Dear Liz, Betty, Kathie, Jimmy and family,
Words can not express how very sorry we are for your loss. Ed was such a wonderful and kind man. He always greeted us with a big smile and handshake. My family and I always enjoyed being in his company. He truly was a joy to be around. I know he will be missed very much. I hope the many wonderful memories of being together will bring you some comfort now and the days ahead.
You have our deepest condolences. Prayers and love
Condolence: You were a great pop-pop. You used to tell us jokes like "why are fire engines red?". And when I had dessert you would say "let me have a bite so I can make sure it's good for you". I also remember when we came to the Philly house you would always ask the adults if they wanted a highball. You took us fishing at Tamaques Park and we caught catfish. You gave me a velvet Christmas dress. And there are so many more happy memories. I will miss you. ❤️❤️❤️
Condolence: We will miss you deeply Uncle Ed & so grateful & blessed to have you in our lives . Gentle, kind & funny too. You were the best Godfather, a person could have. Our heartfelt condolences to Aunt Liz, our cousins - Betty, Kathie & Jim & their families. Uncle Ed's spirit will live in all of us forever.