We would love it if you would share your stories or memories about our dad.
Life of the party. Spirited. Hilarious. Kind. Giving. Generous. Protective. Fiercely conservative. These are just a few words that describe the Eddie I know. He gave me a job when I needed one, gave me a raise when I needed one. Gave me advice whether I thought I needed it or not. The day he found out he had cancer, I was visiting Dallas and he insisted we go to dinner. We went - it had been 28 years since we’d seen each other. Time stood still because when he walked in, we embraced and literally picked up right where we’d left off. That megawatt smile lit up the entire place. We promised to see each other again but unfortunately that never happened. But it will someday. Eddie mellowed just a touch over the years. But he perked up when political talk surfaced. The very last words I ever heard him say were, “I love you, too, kid. Trump 2020.” And then the infectious giggle. Ed meant the world to me. I loved him deeply, as deeply as friends can. I will miss him desperately. My prayers are with all of you. His family was his absolute pride and joy.❤️