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Anonymous (not verified)

February 21, 2020

Ed was a great guy. He was my neighbor and best friend growing up. We remained friends for many years after he moved away. He was a joy to around. I hope the recent events will bring some closure to his family.

Posted by B.T.

Bill James, Au… (not verified)

June 21, 2022

After years of not seeing each other, Ed and I reconnected in the years just before the attacks. We shared a love for motorcycles - his BMWs and my Harleys - and membership in a particular spiritual fellowship. At our last meeting together, we both reached in our pockets for a dollar to drop in the basket and came up with identical packets of bills wrapped in identical rubber bands - the lazy man's wallet! We shared a quiet laugh. It was a silly moment, but has become a sweet memory I can carry of a good man taken too soon. Sláinte, Eddie! Ride in Peace.

Posted by Bill James

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