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Edward Iverson
  • 68 years old
  • Date of birth: Dec 5, 1943
  • Place of birth:
    Michigan, United States
  • Date of passing: Aug 1, 2012
  • Place of passing:
    West Yellowstone, Montana, United States
Let the memory of Edward be with us forever

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Edward Iverson, 68, born on December 5, 1943 and passed away on August 1, 2012. We will remember him forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Paul Niehouse on 6th December 2012

"Happy belated Birthday my friend. Take care of those angels in heaven for us......................."

This tribute was added by john cronkrite on 6th December 2012

"Happy Birthday dear friend Really missing you, think of you often"

This tribute was added by Arlena Crandell on 27th August 2012

"Fred and I loved your visits to MT when you camped at Prewett Creek & came to the house.  We cherish your friendship, and will always remember Ed, along with you.  Better yet, we'll look forward to that huge family reunion in Heaven when we will all catch up on all the hugs and wonderful stories.  Love,  Arlena and Fred"

This tribute was added by Paul Niehouse on 22nd August 2012

"I would like to speak to Ed's professionalism as a Real Estate Broker and Property Manager. Over the past 20+ years Ed and I worked together,(Ed on the Real Estate side and myself on the Insurance side). Ed always handled himself professionaly and always worked to resolve problems for the benefit of everyone invloved. Ed never placed blame. He really cared for everyone in his life."

This tribute was added by john cronkrite on 20th August 2012

"So many memories at the beginning & later in our life it's so very hard to put into words. You will forever live in my heart & in my mind.  Till the wheels fall off then forever dear friend."

This tribute was added by Raymond Guinn on 18th August 2012

"Ed was truly my neighbor and a classmate and fellow tennis player.  Ed and I shared the same street growing up.... East Dexter in Covina.  In the picture of Ed and his Dad all dressed up, you can see the Guinn house in the left background, at the corner of First and Dexter. Yes, many times you would find us out playing in the middle of the street.  Ed is a fond memory of my growing up."

This tribute was added by Barbara Addington on 17th August 2012

"Trust in the LORD with all your heart: and lean not on your own understanding . In all your ways acknowledge him(THE LORD), and he shall direct your paths.  I'm truly praying for all you that are missing this sweet guy. God bless the Iverson family.  Barb Addington"

This tribute was added by Glenn Bandy on 17th August 2012

"Ed and I were in High School together- maybe Traweek too.  What I remember most was his sense of being laid back and recognizing earlier than most not to "sweat the small shit".  I'm sorry for the family that he's past, but thankful that he left enjoying life and being on an adventure with the someone he loved.  Looking at the pictures is looking at a celibration of life."

This tribute was added by Jim Ellis on 17th August 2012

"So many years.. all of us.. from elementary through high school.  Ed was always an affable soul.. friendly and kind to all.. laid back and coooool!.. Moved away after high school.. but still heard about Ed through the years.. He will be missed for sure by so many. Hugs and best wishes to family, so many friends.. Know you are supported by our thoughts and good wishes .."

This tribute was added by Robert Clark on 17th August 2012

"Besides Ed's sense of humor and laid back demeanor, he also played very good tennis during his 4 years at Covina HS. He and Ben Blatt were doubles partners, and our chief foe was Chaffey HS. Since they knew how good were their opponents, they decided to aim the ball at them and force them into playing defensively. As a result, we won that doubles game!"

This tribute was added by Heidi Dodd on 17th August 2012

"There are so many memories that bring a smile to our faces, so many lives he touched in a positive way, so many stories about how he made a difference, so many times he made someone's day and there are so many hearts that are feeling sadness. We are so sorry for your loss.
The Dodd-Matthies Family"

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Mary Kathryn Jones


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