This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Edith (Edie) Reppard 54 years old , born on July 7, 1936 and passed away on October 8, 1990. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Lisa Reppard on March 12, 2019
Since you have left this earth to become a angel, grandpa, uncles Barry, John,Chuck and Stanley have died. Only your sister is alive and I don't talk to her anymore so you will have to check on her yourself. Alex Finsel your Godson was in the military and has done very well. Also brother James is well too. We keep in touch by Facebook. Sue is now living at our house. Dan redid it so it would be easier for her. He closed off the upstairs and garage. I don't like it and I will never live their again. I live on the Southside and have a really nice place. A lot has happened since you passed. I graduated high school and received my AAS at SUNY Delhi. I worked for 3 months as a vet tech before being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. That was the only time I was glad you were not alive to see it. It was rough Mom, but I survived thanks to Our God Almighty. I have changed a lot since then and I only hope that you would be proud of me. I have made a lot of bad choices, as you know, but I am trying to recoup from them and live the way I was meant to.
I miss you every day and I have done many things I deeply regret and I hope you will forgive me. Until next time. Love ya
Posted by Lisa Reppard on March 12, 2019
Every time I see my nephews I think of how proud you would have been of them. Jayson and Geoffery are married with kids of their own. Jenifer has 2 boys with red hair. lol. Dan had 2 boys Max and Danny. Steve also had 2 boys Logan and Mason. You would have loved your grandchildren and great grandchildren. Chuck became a minister and works at Berean Bible. Geoffery followed in his footsteps and is also a minister in one of the Carolinas. He and his wife Liz have 3 girls. Jayson and his wife Nicole live in Pennsylvania and have 3 boys. I had moved to Pennsylvania right after your death but came back, kicking and screaming (trust me) after dad died. I loved Pennsylvania, right in the heart of Lancaster. I think of you often and how much you would have loved my little place. I am now back in Binghamton living on southside. Remember I always wanted to live in our house. Well that didn't happen. Sue lives there now. She is doing ok. She divorced Bob shortly after your death and then married another Bob but is now dating a guy named Danny. Our family is huge now and dan usually hosts family gatherings. O and Dad died in 1993. Im hoping you guys are together in heaven watching over all of us. You did good Mom raising all of us. Love you and miss you to the moon and back infinity.

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Posted by Lisa Reppard on March 12, 2019
Since you have left this earth to become a angel, grandpa, uncles Barry, John,Chuck and Stanley have died. Only your sister is alive and I don't talk to her anymore so you will have to check on her yourself. Alex Finsel your Godson was in the military and has done very well. Also brother James is well too. We keep in touch by Facebook. Sue is now living at our house. Dan redid it so it would be easier for her. He closed off the upstairs and garage. I don't like it and I will never live their again. I live on the Southside and have a really nice place. A lot has happened since you passed. I graduated high school and received my AAS at SUNY Delhi. I worked for 3 months as a vet tech before being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. That was the only time I was glad you were not alive to see it. It was rough Mom, but I survived thanks to Our God Almighty. I have changed a lot since then and I only hope that you would be proud of me. I have made a lot of bad choices, as you know, but I am trying to recoup from them and live the way I was meant to.
I miss you every day and I have done many things I deeply regret and I hope you will forgive me. Until next time. Love ya
Posted by Lisa Reppard on March 12, 2019
Every time I see my nephews I think of how proud you would have been of them. Jayson and Geoffery are married with kids of their own. Jenifer has 2 boys with red hair. lol. Dan had 2 boys Max and Danny. Steve also had 2 boys Logan and Mason. You would have loved your grandchildren and great grandchildren. Chuck became a minister and works at Berean Bible. Geoffery followed in his footsteps and is also a minister in one of the Carolinas. He and his wife Liz have 3 girls. Jayson and his wife Nicole live in Pennsylvania and have 3 boys. I had moved to Pennsylvania right after your death but came back, kicking and screaming (trust me) after dad died. I loved Pennsylvania, right in the heart of Lancaster. I think of you often and how much you would have loved my little place. I am now back in Binghamton living on southside. Remember I always wanted to live in our house. Well that didn't happen. Sue lives there now. She is doing ok. She divorced Bob shortly after your death and then married another Bob but is now dating a guy named Danny. Our family is huge now and dan usually hosts family gatherings. O and Dad died in 1993. Im hoping you guys are together in heaven watching over all of us. You did good Mom raising all of us. Love you and miss you to the moon and back infinity.
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My mom Edith Reppard (Edie)

My Mom was a wonderful happy woman. She was married to my dad Melvin (Mel) for over 25 years, and they had 5 kids together. Sue, Chuck, Steve, Dan and me. They saved the best for last. LOL. just joking guys.  She worked at the Giant on upper Front street when I went to kindergarten and continued there until about 2 years before her death. She worked part time and had summers off to spend with us kids.  She did not drive so she had to ask people for help a lot. Mostly her sister, whom I no longer acknowledge, my grandfather or our neighbors the Harringtons.  She was always friendly and smiling. She was overweight but she was happy with herself.  She was my best friend  up until the month before her death when she started pushing me away thinking it would be easier for me. It was not, it was harder.

She used to read a lot of Harlequin romances, loved Quincy, MD, and soap operas.  During the summer you could find her out on the back patio playing cards or marbles with the Harrington's and of course Josie (her BFF) drinking ice tea and playing for dimes. She was loved by many.

If you have a favorite memory of my mom, Edie, please feel free to share. I will add more later. Thanks for visiting. 



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