- 71 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 17, 1944
- Place of birth:
Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
- Date of passing: Mar 7, 2016
- Place of passing:
Galloway Township, New Jersey, United States
|Let the memory of Edward be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our father, Edward Charles Schwarz, Jr., 71, born on June 17, 1944 and passed away on March 7, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Edward Charles Schwarz, Jr. (1944-2016) - Memorial and funeral service
Monday, March 14, 2016
Keates-Plum Funeral Home
3112 Brigantine Avenue, Brigantine, New Jersey 08203 - 609-266-3481
Burial will follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, Mays Landing, NJ.
Funeral home info: http://lifecelebration.com/loc-atl-keatesplum.html
Photo album (public; please add your photos): http://bit.ly/edschwarzphotos
The full obituary was published in the Press of Atlantic City on Friday, March 11. It is also online at http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/obituaries/schwarz-edward-c/article_0b017156-8ebe-5743-a8fc-f901656a2803.html
Claire Schwarz (1949-2014) memorial: www.forevermissed.com/claire-ann-schwarz
"Obituary of MaryLou Giovinazzo
Giovinazzo, MaryLou, 80, of Atlantic City passed away in Linwood on May 11, 2016.
Born June 9, 1935 in Philadelphia, she lived in Atlantic City, graduated from Atlantic City High School Class of 1953 and worked for Bell Telephone Company for almost 40 years. She was a parishioner of St. Michael’s Church in Atlantic City.
MaryLou is survived by her son Charles Giovinazzo, her grandchild Marcella Giovinazzo, her great-grandson Colton Grey, her sisters Nancy Dow, Ida Corona, Barbara Murphy and Carol Sands, and her sister and brother-in-law Anita and John Sharra. MaryLou was preceded in death by her husband Marcello Giovinazzo, her mother Isabell Fountain, her father Edward Schwarz, her brother Edward Schwarz, her sister-in-law Carmelita “Millie” Nardo and her brother-in-law John Nardo.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 18th from 10-11am at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, with a Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 11am. Interment will be held at Holy Cross Cemetery, Mays Landing. Arrangements by George H Wimberg Funeral Home, Linwood – Ventnor. (ghwimberg.com)"
"I have not Seen Uncle Ed for many years, but have fond memories of him growing up, My first memory of him was Christmas in the early seventies when we didn't have much money and he came to our house with presents and a tree and helped with decorating and wrapping gifts, a few years later we moved from St Davids place to Richmond ave, and for a little while uncle ed lived around the Corner on Raleigh ave, I remember hanging out over as a kid and allways being treated like I was something Special by Uncle Ed and Aunt Claire, My father spent time as well over there remodeling the inside of the house, My father and Uncle Ed were a lot different but they got along great, I also Remember watching my cousin Eric a few times while uncle ed and Aunt Claire went out, they also use to have a cool dog named Buffy,and for a brief time I was uncle Ed's paper boy, I Remembered being a little bummed when he moved to Brigantine but he use to visit us on many occasions, he was notorious for coming in our house and immediately heading to the fridge to see what we had to eat lol, Besides having a big Heart I always remember uncle Ed being the ultimate cool uncle, he had that modern hipness vibe and allways had cool Vehicle, on other hand he could be very intimidating especially when you weren't doing the right thing, caught me skipping School a Couple times, trust me he was never afraid to to Speak his mind lol Rightfully So, Sadly when we moved to PA I never seen him again, I tried a couple times years back to visit the bars that he worked at but I missed him, Schedule wise, My Heart goes out to the Family, Especially his Sons Eric and Frank and All his Sisters, RIP Uncle Ed."
"I have so many memories of you Uncle Eddie .I am going to miss you at the holiday table..My life has been much richer because you were apart of it. I love you and will always hold you in my heart until we meet again..No more pain, spread your wings heavens newest angel. All my love,Your niece Nancy xoxo"
"As the eldest child of my family of six children, I was accustomed to having my mother return from Atlantic City Hospital with a new baby, always a baby girl. We all welcomed each one, but eventually this event grew somewhat boring. However, when Mom came home with number six and it was a boy, we were all excited. We had a baby brother at long last, and he became our Little Prince. We took turns holding him and taking him for long walks in his carriage. Even our girlfriends took part in our rituals. As we grew older, we became involved with other things, and interest flagged as Prince Edward became our "little brother" rather than our baby brother. But we always thought of Eddie as a special limb on our family tree, and when he developed health problems, we sisters did what we could to make his life more pleasant. After all, he wasn't heavy; he was our brother. He was ill, but he seemed to have time left on his calendar of days. Thus, when he passed away suddenly, we were stunned. He was the youngest and the first to go. Our prince was gone, and we were devastated. As I contemplated the loss, I recalled Shakespeare's immortal words spoken by Hamlet's friend Horatio as Hamlet was at death's door: "Goodnight, sweet prince; may flights of angels guide thee to thy rest." Rest easy, dear brother, knowing that you were well loved and will be lovingly remembered.
Your sister Nancy"
"Good times and memories, you always kept us laughing when we were bar tending at the Bluebiird. Dave."
"Slainte Critter, Send me a big fat flounder"
"I remember the good times with you and your sister carol and when you worked at the Scranton Bar may you RIP"
"I feel so honored to have had the honor of having you in my life. I enjoyed spending time with you and listening to stories of the old day's. You always made the room a little brighter. You will be extremely missed by all who loved you. I am so happy that you're no longer suffering. I hope and pray that you are dancing in heaven. I love you always and forever. Love, your niece Kristen"
"I will always love you UNCLE ED may you rest in the Lord's arms for you are in paradise now no more pain love your niece Jenny"
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