So sad to hear of the passing of my cousin Eddie. Though we haven’t talked much over the years, I always had great memories of my family going on vacation with Eddie and him hanging out with us for holidays and birthdays. My mom Karen and my dad Terry (his aunt and uncle) and my sister Jen (his cousin) were very close to Eddie and his family when he was young. I’ll always remember the little things he did to help like cutting his grandmothers (Farrell) grass each week to help her out. Not sure he knew just how much she appreciated the little things he did to help her out. One of my favourite memories of him is throwing water balloons out the hotel windows with him on a trip to Toronto. We always had a lot of fun together and got in a lot of trouble together. My thoughts are with those who were close to him and will miss him.
Kimberly Dougherty and family
Although I never knew Eddie, my mother spoke well of him. Eddie seemed like a wonderful kind hearted person from everything I heard about him. I know he cared for my Great Nana as she got older and helped take care of her; I remember her mentioning him a few times when we would visit her. As a child and even now I always enjoyed hearing my mum's stories of her and her cousin when they were younger and all the memories they shared together. I wish I could have known Eddie like my mum did, he will be missed.
Eddie and my cuzen and will be missed here in my life i was blessed to share some wonderful moments with him and would say his heart and love for people was one thing i noticed in him that was just so amazing May the Lords peace be upon all who grieve him in Jesus name
Margaret we are sorry to have lost Eddie too soon in life.
We will miss him at the Christmas dinners and in the garden where he loved to be. Eddie was a wonderful kind hearted man who we were lucky to call our Nephew. We will miss him and honor him by planting more blueberries!
Uncle Pat and Auntie Bert