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January, 1941-July 17 2018
Husband, father, papa, and friend passed away peacefully at Victoria Hospice, after a hard fought battle with cancer. He is survived by his loving wife Joyce, his three children Glenn (Jennifer), Brad (Shanie), and Heather (Ian), and the loves of his life, his grandchildren, Lucian, Liam, Marin, and Owen. Ed spent his entire career taking care of others before himself. His career began as a Navy medic, but spent most of it as an offshore medic working in the Arctic, and as a registered paramedic for the City of Calgary and the Town of Cochrane, Alberta.
Ed was an avid fisherman and took great pride in teaching his sons his passion. He loved woodworking, and spent hours in his shop starting many projects, and occasionally finishing them.  He was always “fixing” things in his shop and around the house, and it almost always involved duct tape. 
Ed will be missed by all those whose lives he touched. He had a special place in his heart for all staff and volunteers at Victoria Hospice. Our family will be eternally grateful for the love and support we all received during this very difficult time. 
Ed made it very clear to many, that he did not want a funeral, and if we try, he won’t come. Therefore, there will be no service at this time. He definitely had a unique sense of humor right to the last days.