Condolence & Memory Journal

I am so sorry to hear about Ed. much love to all of his loved ones

Posted by Amy L. Troup - Halifax, MA   August 26, 2020

So very sorry to hear of Ed passing. He was a longtime Friend .He was a coach with mr husband for many years and a great friend to me in doing my taxes for years. I tried to reach him on his cell phone many times but he had not set it up for leaving a message so I could reach him but at the time I did think and pray for him. Rest In Peace Ed.

Posted by Joyce Barnard - Bridgewater, MA   August 26, 2020

Dear Marguerite, Julie, Kevin and family, we are so saddened for your loss. We are thinking of all of you at this very sad time. It's unfortunate that Rick and I can not be there with you to show our support and sympathy but know we have you in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by mary Jane kane - Sister   August 20, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Kevin, and your family. We were looking forward to getting to know your dad. Thank you for considering our Community for him.

Posted by Carolyn Pereira - Franklin, MA - Acquaintance   August 19, 2020


Julie and Kevin, I'm very sorry for the loss of your Dad. From these guestbook entries it's clear he left a legacy of love and friendship and that's the greatest thing a person can do.

Posted by Adam Connell - Framingham, MA - Friend   August 18, 2020

Greenie, I first met you in 1954 when we went to Lincoln School. You're the best friend anyone could have. God speed my friend.

I offer my sincere condolences to Ed's entire family, he was the best.

Bill Doucette

Posted by Bill Doucette - Ponte Vedra, FL   August 18, 2020

Fast Eddie was a great teammate and friend. I will always cherish our time together at Harbor Hoops in Hingham, on the diamonds with the South Shore Senior Softball League in Scituate and playing together in the annual Cape Cod Softball League tournament in September. He was a great guy. I will miss him.

Posted by Brian Sullivan - Friend   August 17, 2020

Condolences to the family.

Posted by Robert Verge - Friend   August 17, 2020

I met Ed through a friend of mine years ago. Ed was the fellow who figured out my taxes every year and he'd always tell me Julia! You are the absolute worst when it comes to paperwork. Ed was always patient with me and understood that as an artist my thoughts were somewhere else other than the numbers and paperwork that he was so incredibly good at. Ed wasn't just my tax guy, he was a friend who I genuinely cared for. Ed would come to the Cape and visit my art gallery and it was always the highlight of my summer to see him walking through the door with a big smile on his face. You will be sorely missed by everyone who was fortunate enough to know you sweetie! Rest in Peace Eddie, my dear friend. With Affection,, Your Friend, Julia O'Malley-Keyes

Posted by Julia Day O'Malley-Keyes - East Falmouth, MA   August 15, 2020

I met Ed through my husband Bill. Bill and Ed had been friends for years. He quickly became my friend too. I will remember so many fun times with Ed and Bill, from our daily commutes to work, to social gatherings,
and going to the frozen four hockey tournaments. We laughed a lot. He will be remembered in my heart as a kind, gentle man, who will surely be missed! Love June

Posted by June Kelso - Franklin, MA - Friend   August 15, 2020

We just spoke about a month ago. I am so sorry to hear of Ed's passing. We were classmates and when he dame down to Florida he always called and had even come by for day to visit. I will miss him very much and our phones calls. My sincere condolences to his family.

Posted by Suzanne knerr - Melbourne, FL - Classmate   August 14, 2020

Ed, YOU WILL BE MISSED! You were a true and great friend, always there for all of your friends. I will forever remember all of the good times that we shared; CYO Bowling, winning the Melrose YMCA floor hockey championship with you as our goalie, playing street hockey on Wheeler Ave, playing softball and basketball for State Street Bank, being in each other's weddings, becoming godparents of our children, golf outings, racquetball games and of course all those Frozen Four hockey games that we attended. One of my favorite high school memories was going to the old Boston Garden to watch our Melrose basketball and hockey teams participate in the Tech Tourney and the State Tournament, rushing to our seats, which had to be in the first row balcony; the nerve of those cheerleaders asking us to give up our seats!
The only thing that gives me some comfort, is knowing that you are no longer in pain, and are in a better place.
Love ya buddy,

Posted by Bill Kelso - Franklin, MA - Friend   August 14, 2020

Julie and Family- I am so sorry to learn of Eddie's passing. I will never forgot what a kind and gentle man he was - all those years working together at Sun Life. He was ready with a helping hand and a smile. Prayers to all you as you continue this walk without him.

Posted by De KEIMACH - Bridgton, ME - Coworker   August 14, 2020

One of the really good guys. Rest in peace Ed.

Posted by Ian Kennedy - venice, FL - Coworker   August 14, 2020