Dear Laurie and the entire Felter family,
Jerry and I were shocked to hear about Ed's passing. We will always remember his smiling face. We are so sorry for what you are going through.
Jerry and Laurie Kurz
FRANK, I READ TODAY IN THE TH RECORD OF THE PASSING OF YOUR BROTHER ED. PLEASE ACCEPT MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES FOR YOUR LOSS. I HOPE THAT AT THE NEXT FIREMANS PARADE IN PORT JERVIS I WILL BE ABLE TO APOLOGIZE IN PERSON FOR NOT BEING ABLE TO ATTEND HIS FUNERAL. MY EMAIL IS TBEIRNE44@YAHOO.COM PHONE IS 845 625 7202. SINCERELY TOM BEIRNE
To the Felter family,,
I want to start by saying how sorry I am for your loss.
Ed hired me at A&P in Milton in 1991, I worked with him for many years there, weren't thru snow storms ( he ever missed a day), break ins, power outages you name it. He was one of the best managers I've ever had. I was very happy to work with him again when he was at Haden House. I saw him when he retired.
We used to talk about his love of NASCAR, he always talked about his family.
I just want to let you know he was a great man and will be missed dearly. I can go on and on about Ed.
Again I am very sorry for your loss.
FRANK, I WANT TO EXPRESS MY CONDOLENCES ON YOUR BROTHER EDWARD’S PASSING. I SAW THE OBITUARY IN THE RECORD. PLEASE ACCEPT MY APOLOGY FOR NOT BEING ABLE TO ATTEND HIS FUNERAL, HOPEFULLY I WILL SEE YOU AT THE FIREMAN’S PARADE IN JULY. SINCERELY TOM BEIRNE
Laurie and family, I was so sorry to hear of Ed's passing. We were unable to come to the funeral home but I wanted to send my sincerest sympathies. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Vicky and Teddy. Ed was a great guy.
To the family of Sharon Horan:
My sincere sympathy to the family of Sharon Horan. She was a very dear friend from way back in grammar school, St. Peter's School. Have known her forever and never had a bad word to say about anyone. You will be sorely miss by your friends and family may you RIP Sharon.
Hugs and prayers to the family, and may you always remember the good times with Sharon.
Port Ewen, NY
My sincere sympathy on the loss of Helen. My prayer is that that the living God who created us, will provide you all with comfort and encouragement. I never had the pleasure of meeting Helen but I am a good friend of Joseph from high school.
Joe, So sorry to hear of your loss. You and your family will be in my prayers.
God Bless you,
I was so surprised and saddened when Len Balch telephoned me yesterday to tell me of "Doc's" passing. Doc and I became friends in the 2nd grade at Matamoras Elementary when we were 7 years old and had remained friends until his passing. We spoke via telephone at least once a week since I moved to Florida in 2002. We played Midget League Baseball together on the Bank of Matamoras team in 1950, on the Matamoras High School team in 1956, graduated together in June, 1956 and enlisted in the Air Force together in July, 1956. He was a "one of a kind" guy. I still can't believe he is gone but would be willing to bet he is playing on God's team in heaven right now and keeping a good bat safe for me when I get there. I will think of him often and miss him every day. RIP, "Old Friend".
Spring Hill, Florida
To Marilyn, Cheryl and Bobby,
My sincere sympathy on the loss of your mom. We will remember her as one of the last of the old West End neighbors from our youth.
May she Rest In Peace. Bernetta Hicks Drapala
I am so sorry to learn of the passing of Eleanor. Our sincere condolences to her family, of whom she was very proud. Eleanor was my mother's best friend since high school. My mother was forever grateful for Eleanor's friendship and missed her dearly when she moved to be near the girls. Eleanor made a huge difference in my mom's life as they grew up. Jack and Eleanor, both, were dear friends to my parents. Rest in peace, Eleanor. Meg Crawford Casimro.