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One of a Kind !

Shared by Lori Casazza on April 27, 2021
My Dear Friend Ed  I had the privilege of working with you on a daily basis  At Transportation driving a school bus . We also did snow removal (when no one else wanted to do it !) We even drove for the rec center summer camp in the heat of the summer and managed to have fun.  Your age had no boundaries it was clear it was only a number. You were young at heart and mind. always in for a good laugh. Which I can say many of us had with you . Some of the funniest moments were dancing down the aisles and on the seats of the bus while we were waiting for the kids to come on.  Numerous snowball fights & pranks , coffee clutches at Dunkin donuts & Chris's office to talk about whatever the topic of the day was. You were adored by many including myself . We all enjoyed all of your stories of your life your family and especially of  all your beautiful grandchildren which you were so crazy about!  Your presence is  truly missed. Transportation will not be the same without you may you rest in peace until we meet again .  Love Lori Casazza
Shared by karen ferrick on April 15, 2021
It was early 1970's my boyfriend Frank said his buddy E.J. and his girlfriend were coming to Boston to visit. We would meet them at a restaurant and hang out for a while. We had a great time and really had a lot in common. Frank and E.J. were in the Navy together and served on the USS Ranger in Viet Nam.
This friendship lasted throughout the years. We enjoyed looking forward to their visits to Boston .and our visits to New Jersey.
Highlights included Salem, Ma, Rockport ,Martha's Vineyard. trips to New Jersey, The Jersey Shore, singing songs by Carol King and James Taylor on the radio.
They came to our wedding, we went to theirs.
Babies came along and our firstborns met. Times got busier and visits not as frequent. Eventually grandchildren entered our lives. We have 3 blessings in our lives ..E.J. and Kathy have 10 beautiful bundles of Joy. We would call on the phone, eventually e-mailing back and forth.
We would look forward to the Campbell's Christmas card every year to count the new grandchildren. I still have them tucked away to check the names of all and see how they have grown each year.
We were so shocked saddened to hear of E.J.s passing. We will always remember his big beautiful smile and laugh. He was so full of life. We always hoped we would meet up again some day.
Kathy and family We are heartbroken for each of you as you try to cope with your loss .Hold tight to his love and memories for comfort.
May his hopes and dreams live on in your beautiful family.
Love and prayers are with you, Karen and Frank Ferrick

50 years of Friendship

Shared by Barbara Vaccaro on April 9, 2021
My memories snd stories of Ed are too numerous to recount.. it takes a lot of love to remain friends for 50 years with anyone, but Ed ( and Kathy)  were both committed to ours.  I will always remember Ed in the way that he laughed mischievously, and his shoulders shrugged a bit while he was laughing.. adding to my perception that he was up to something .  
I will never forget Ed .... and there is a story behind my chipped front tooth that involves a ski trip, a wine bottle and Ed, but it’s a precious personal memory and I hope Kathy laughs when she reads this because she was there.
Sending all my love to each and every one of the Campbell’s. Ed will be tremendously missed by all of us.

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