Guest Book


Ed's friendly demeanor and cheery outlook touched everyone who knew him. In ham radio lingo he's a "silent key." But to all who knew him, he will be remembered. Godspeed. -Bob, K8RBV

Bob Morgan | September 21, 2021 | Willowick, OH | Friend




Eddie, so saddened with the passing of your dad. What a wonderful man... He truly left his mark on you. Our prayers for you knowing that your dad is in the presence of God. May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief. Be blessed.

Greg and Edie Dore | September 19, 2021 | North Ridgeville, OH | Friend


Thank you for your brave service to our country!

Veteran | September 19, 2021




Ed was truly one of the good guys, he will be greatly missed. Godspeed, Ed.

Arp K8ARP | September 18, 2021 | Friend


May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
R.I.P., WB8ROK. 73 From KB8ENV.

Merle Walther | September 18, 2021 | Evant, TX | Acquaintance




Ed was a great big brother. He taught me how to drive a stick-shift car. He made me learn the workings of a combustion engine first. I’ll never forget intake, compression, fire and exhaust.
Love you Ed. RIP.

Sally Schneider | September 18, 2021 | Fairview Park, OH | Sister


Ed was a gentleman and a scholar. I met Ed and his wife Rickey in the late 70s, when we all belonged to the South East Amateur Radio Club. I enjoyed reconnecting with Ed in the last 10 years or so, again through Amateur Radio. The world has lost a good one.

Gary Mikitin | September 17, 2021 | Mayfield, OH | Friend