I am sorry to hear about Ed. My condolences to Jim and Lorrain and Family.
Ed was my Sabbath School Teacher at Kendalwood in the 60s, along with my Mom.
Ed and Kay were part of my life growing up there.
My husband John and I, and my sister Debbie, enjoyed a visit with Ed about a year ago. He was a man of faith and we will miss him.
ed always wanted to pay jim he would say to ed no I just have fun helping out ed was such a nice man and his wife kay he always called her that I have knowen ed and kay for maybe 10 years I would walk my lab by their house they would be out cleaning the yard he would always stop what he was doing and say hi to me and my scooter lab such great people not a lot around anymore who are that nice well now he will be with his lovely wife kay at thorton cemetery me and my daughter showed ed where kay was he forgot where she was we were looking for my father-inlaw and uncles and now my dear brother-inlaw who passed in feb28 2018 he was happy we found her so great people we will miss him dearly my condolence to you and your family on your loss im glad I saw him at freshco where I work now I was the crossing guard for 23 years at taunton and sommerville that's how he knew me and my husband he would say do you know that good guy that plows my sidewalk and I said yes my husband he loves doing that he says tell him to stop so I can pay him and I said he does it because he has fun he will not take your money he is happy to do it I would say seeyou later ed he would say bye bye I saw him a week before he passed he was still trying to pay for jim plowing I said I cant take it im working I would be in trouble for taking your money but his son was with him im glad I seen him thank you for having a great dad and mom
We were so shocked to hear of Ed’s passing. He was a longtime friend of my father (Harold Spratt) who also recently passed. They are together once again. Our sincere condolences to his family.
Ed was one of the best. A true good example to all those who came after.