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David Ford posted a condolence
Monday, December 11, 2017I just learned about Ed and had never dreamed that he could no longer be with us on earth. My memories of all the times that we spend together at Queens, the visits to his lovely, generous and welcoming family at their St Catharines home (when we went out partying at the "Falls" or over to the "States" in the summers) and all the escapades that we went through at Queen's (which I won't repeat here) are, and always will be, fresh and vivid to me. Ed will will always be fresh in my mind. It is unfortunate that we had not seen each other for close to 30 years. One always thinks that it is a simple matter of "Googling" a close old friend, and I had had though of doing so many times but unfortunately did not do so. There is a lesson, "Never Take Anything for Granted". I know that Ed always had a warm, generous and caring family and that he will be deeply missed. I want to extend my deepest condolences to all of his family. Ed will always be in my heart and memories.
David Ford lit a candle
Monday, December 11, 2017
Glen Bryson posted a condolence
Sunday, December 10, 2017So very sorry to hear that Ed is gone so soon. He was a bright spot during 1973-74 when we both lived in Leonard Hall at Queen's. He always had the biggest smile while that great mind whirred away trying to figure out what we were up to after class ended and the fun began. Ed's biggest claim to fame those years was that he was the record-holder for the most vertebrae fused via spinal fusion. He never let it slow him down which we all admired. Rest easy friend.
The family of Edward Frank Gierczak uploaded a photo
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Barbara Doherty donated to HEART AND STROKE FOUNDATION OF ONTARIO
Wednesday, June 14, 2017We are sorry for the loss of Edward
Irene Greaves (nee Stromski) posted a condolence
Sunday, June 11, 2017It was with great sadness and heavy heart I heard the tragic news of Ed's passing. Shocking. My youth came flooding back. We all grew up together. I shed a tear for Ed. How fleeting life is. So many years have passed and yet it seems like yesterday. I remember Ed as such a harmless affable soul. And with so much yet to give. Such a tragedy. Gone too soon. My thoughts are with you all at the difficult time. May the love of God and all the cherished memories sustain you all. Irene
Richard Gierczak donated to CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES/SOCIETE CANADIENNE DU SANG
Thursday, June 8, 2017Donation by the Gierczak Family to Canadian Blood Services to support blood disorder research.
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