My thoughts and prayers are with you and all of Ed&&s family. I imagine you are feeling lost, but know you are thought of and cared for. I am sending a hug along with this.
As you recall from your years of hospice service, he is in a much better place of no pain and suffering. You will allow yourself to pick up the pieces and move forth with life here on this Earth until you meet again.
Leo was a classmate and friend, a fellow band member and basketball player from 7th grade through high school. I&m sorry that I didn&t see him more than three or four times over the past thirty years, the last time in 2003, but Leo&s great sense of humor and genuine warmth are still with me. He truly brightened my teenage days in Washington. I&m sorry for your loss, and I know that, like me, you&ll carry many great memories of him forever.
I recently met his Wife at the SIA recreation center, as I go out there several times a week.
Leo was always happy, which was one of his many attributes.
Someone asked me about him when I told them a friend had passed, and I told them he was a very very nice man, which is truly how I think of him.
So very sorry