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January 16, 1920 ~ August 14, 2018 (age 98)
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All of us at Gateway House of Peace will forever remember Ed! During his stay with us he taught us all about loving life. Our hearts are with his son and daughter-in-law Dave and Stephanie, along with his many dear friends. He was a wonderful man and we were so honored to have cared for him on the last leg of his journey. Much Love!
Posted on August 17, 2018 11:57 AM
One of the nicest people you could meet - always had a smile and kind word for my kids and me when we crossed paths. I am sure he and his Rose and smiling together again.
Posted on August 16, 2018 3:50 PM
Marie gratton One of Ed’s aides at gateway
I haven’t known Ed long. But I can say he is one heck of a guy. Always full of smiles happy happy all the time you will be missed pop pop ❤️ Fly high with the angels and be at peace
Posted on August 16, 2018 12:48 PM
I got to know Ed when he worked with Bill Clothier at the town landfill check station. Found out he was a WWII vet and I was able to bring him back a couple keepsakes from the base he was stationed at in Georgia. Worked in the section that taught new guys ground-to-air gunnery. Always a gentleman with a kind heart. God bless him and those he left behind. American Legion Post 533 Frank Pingelski, Commander