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Condolences for Edward M. Sheehan, Sr.

Denise VernaMonday, September 20th

I am so sorry ❤️

Jody TwerMonday, September 20th

Such a beautiful family and such a wonderful legacy he has left to you all…make him proud and continue to be the wonder family you all are…much love and all our sympathy in your loss.

Maureen CondronTuesday, September 21st

To one of the kindest, friendliest,happiest men I'll ever know. Many a time I sat at his dinner table surrounded by his big beautiful family, he and"mom" always made me feel at home, one of their own... His smile , laughter, sense of humor were compared to none I had ever met. So much love and respect I had for this man,never to be replaced. Beautiful heart and soul. Now he walks the streets of gold hand in hand with the love of his life, Betty. RIP dear man, you will be sorely missed... Love you, always, Maureen

James & Cristina SullivanWednesday, September 22nd

So very sorry to hear of Ed’s passing, we always felt he was part of the Sullivan family. We shared great memories.
A life well lived.

Amy MartinThursday, September 23rd

Dear Sheehan Family,
Ed was awesome. I am so very sorry to hear of his passing. Sending prayers and condolences. I knew Ed and many of you from my Sunday afternoon visits (with Harold) at Neshaminy Manor.
Amy Martin

Denis DudleyTuesday, September 28th

Goodbye uncle Ed. It is wonderful thinking of you reunited with Aunt Betty. Condolences to my Sheehan cousins.
Always such a joy visiting you and family growing up. You were the first person I ever say perform a 'drop kick'...spectacular!!.
Nephew Denis

Beanie SmithThursday, September 30th

Ed, I wish I had known you…I know one of your daughters, Eileen…From what she’s told me about you and what I gleaned from the amazing video of your life, yours was a life well lived…plus the world got Eileen…what a gift. Thank you Ed. RIP

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