Condolence & Memory Journal


My thoughts and prayers, it was very nice to meet Ed at a family gathering when I visited Boston. Reading was what written about his life and his battle with cancer sure gave me insight into the great person and husband he was. Cheryl truly sorry for you and your families loss.

Posted by Janice Grannan - Seal Beach, CA - Family   August 08, 2017

I was saddened to hear that Ed had died, but relieved for both of you that the painful struggle had ended. Please accept our warmest sympathy. Through these many months you displayed tremendous courage, which has been an inspiration to us all and hats off to your courage. Your example was one we can remember when we too face difficult moments. Our love and thoughts are with you. Hartford Offshore team.

Posted by Naga Babu - Bangalore, NH - Coworker   August 08, 2017

Heartfelt condolences to all of you during this time. I was able to meet Ed a few years back and enjoyed my time with him very much. Hugs to you Cheryl.

Posted by Rennie Stoneburgh - Henderson, NV - Friend   August 07, 2017

Cheryl: Very lovely tribute of Ed, his personality shines through every sentence. May you find strength in the coming months and may time heal your pain. I pray that one day, the thought of Ed will bring a smile to your face in place of the tear in your eye. Cousin Fran McLean Donovan, Carlsbad California

Posted by Frances McLean Donovan - Carlsbad, CA - Family   August 07, 2017

LUTP!! Always & Forever, Your Chebl

Posted by Cheryl Field - Merrimack, NH - Spouse   August 07, 2017

Honey, I watched your journey and the losses you endured during the years with cancer, now the loss is mine to carry. I will be as brave and strong as you were and always carry your love to fill the hole in my heart. Missing you beyond words, loving you always until I see you again. You are at peace, you won the battle, cancer lost. LUTP always and forever, your Chebl.

Posted by Cheryl Field - Merrimack, NH - Spouse   August 07, 2017