Edward N. Dublin


Edward N Dublin, age 69. Sunrise March 27, 1951 and Sunset December 4, 2020.

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Visitation 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Clarence and Cassandra Daniels

    Our love and condolences to my Mother in this tremendous loss. We are blessed that this great mans path crossed ours. Our family will forever appreciate, remember and honor what he loved and cherished. That is, seeing my mother happy. He loved to see you smile. We will alway love you Papa Ed. Clarence and Cassandra Daniels on behalf of the family.

  2. Marjorie J Moore

    Our condolences to you and your family.
    Fred and MJ

  3. You are such a blessing in my life and I am soo sorry for the loss you and your family are enduring. Please call me anytime, if you need something or you just want me to do something stupid to make you laugh. Love you friend.

  4. Though your hearts must hold sadness right now,
    May it also hold the blessings of the love that will always be apart of you. Praying that God will comfort your heart uplift your spirit and carry you through this time of sorrow. Our condolences.

  5. Sena, sending love and hugs of comfort to you and your family. So very sorry for your loss. Words are always hard to convey feelings during difficult times such as this but know I’m thinking of you. Love you lady. Darlene Jeffers

  6. Michelle Smith

    It’s Michelle. I miss you so very much! I didn’t know that this site was up in regards to your passing but now that I do.. I’d like to express what an inspiration you were to my life. You have been the best father any girl could imagine. I miss you more than life itself . There are many times that I wish that I would’ve spent more time with you while you were here, before God took you home to rest. I was looking forward to seeing you on my birthday as usual so we could catch up and spend our father daughter time together. I see God saw it fit to take you the day before. There’s so many things I wanted to share even more with you. I guess I took life for granted thinking that you would never leave my side. I just want to thank you for making my life better as my father. You’ve always been there for me whenever I needed you. You have never let me down. I’m very grateful for you coming into my/our life teaching me how a man is supposed to treat me, I’m grateful for the upbringing you provided, I’m grateful for you teaching me everything you learned in the military and I’m grateful for the love you gave to me as a child and as an adult for us as your children. I love you Dad…always and forever! You will always remain in my heart and I think about you everyday…until we see each other again…rest in heaven Dad

    Your Oldest Daughter

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