- March 25, 1954 - January 11, 2013
- Colorado Springs, Colorado
of Edward's Passing
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Memories & Candles
Our hearts ache. We have so many fond memories from the past 35 years. You befriended Sheila and her children when we lost Chris. You were there for Helen when we lost Henry. You gave me your El Camino to drive while my truck was being repaired. We recall when you drove through the blizzard of the mid-1980's, when the roads and highways were all closed, so that you and your crew could be onsite to repair downed electrical lines.
Posted by: Nancy Speer and Ray Anderson - Firestone, CO Apr 25, 2013
It was great way back when. RIP Ed
Posted by: Geoff & Sandy Pagnotta - Rye, CO Apr 25, 2013
I am very sorry to hear of Ed's passing. May God's peace be with you.
Posted by: Sheryl Fromm - SD Jan 26, 2013
Ed was exactly the kind of guy whom I like and respect. He was a good hard-working, responsible guy who never hurt anybody. I will always have good memories of Ed. I wish the best for Tom and Rose.
Posted by: Eldon Coppersmith - Lakewood, CO Jan 26, 2013
To Tom and Ms. Rose, I'm sorry for your loss, and our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Posted by: Elizabeth Sanchez & Family - Lakewood, CO Jan 26, 2013
Thank you Ed for sharing your life with our family. Ed always brought a smile to our faces. He will be missed.
Posted by: Peggy Theisen - Grand Junction, CO Jan 26, 2013
Tom and Rosemary, All of our thoughts, prayers and love are with you. Bob and Polly
Posted by: Bob and Polly Zetterman - Arvada, CO Jan 25, 2013
I will miss putting up the Xmas Lights with Ed in Manitou and Old Colorado City. His stories about Biking all over the World. My prays and thoughts are with Ed and his Family.
Posted by: Doug Clark - Colorado Springs, CO Jan 25, 2013
When I think of ED, I think of Character. I think of love for family. Love for friends. Love for trains. Love for bicycles. Spending Christmas Day with the Terhunes. I will miss you ED, Debbie Dyer
Posted by: Debbie Dyer - Lakewood, CO Jan 25, 2013
I don't understand why, maybe because you were lonely. It never had to be that way, the job we did made us all brothers, you always did your best, nothing else can be asked; it was about quality. That was your way, and I share that. I do not have words to explain, just treasure that you were there for OUR journey. Thank you for that, Ed, you are missed.
Posted by: Gerald Sheppard - Colorado Springs, CO Jan 25, 2013