To the Schunk Family,
My deepest condolences on Ed's passing. I first met Leida and Ed through my late in-laws, Jack and Peggy
O'Brien. I then saw Leida on Sundays at church. She would kid about Ed and how he liked to sleep in because he was retired. He led an incredible awesome life and surely will be missed by all.
So sorry to hear of Mr. Schunk's passing. I have many happy, long ago, memories of time spent at the home on Bellingham. I did not remember the boat, but i do remember the pool, snowmobiles, the mustang, and the cottage. Our prayers and love are with the family during this sad time.
I remember Ed and Leida from CYO. They were frequent chaperones. Unfortunately, the last time I saw him was at Pam’s wake. My condolences to the family.
So sorry for your loss ... may the memories of your father and the prayers and well wishes from family and friends, comfort you as you grieve. I loved the times I spent Ed, Leida and the family while living in Williamsville. Even after we moved to Ohio and then Illinois, we always stayed "in-touch", visited the lake house in Canada and visiting on our yearly vacation to NY. I will keep the entire family in my prayers. Peace be with you all, Karin
Jeff and I send our deepest sympathies. I (Mary or "Mary Ellen") have fond memories of Uncle Ed. A man of character. Prayers during this difficult time. - Mary (Ellen Schunk) & Jeff Louden in Indy