Graham Fenwick Saturday, 14/4/2006 9.10 PM
Tony Ede A good man. A good mason. A good friend. A tremendous inspiration to all who had the fortune to meet him. I will never forget this larger than life Gentle Man. God Bless Tony. R.I.P Much love to Sylvia.
From: East Yorkshire
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Roger Outram Tuesday, 3/7/06, 9:25 AM
Tony was a dear friend and fellow Mason. He was an inspiration to me and many more Masons. His enthusiasm for and dedication to the craft were without equal. His adherance to his obligation as a Mason was without question nevertheless he remained, without doubt, the consumate family man putting his family before all else whilst always making time for his extended Masonic family. It has been remarked by all that Tony was a big man and he most certainly was, huge in stature but bigger yet in his heart. The coroner will no doubt eventually say that Tony's heart let him down. It may well be that Tony's enthusiasm and need to get on with life let his heart down but his heart remained steadfast to the end and let no-one down least of all Tony. He will be sorely missed but ever remembered.
Kevin Martin Tuesday, 3/7/06, 9:07 AM
Very sad to hear the news about Tony. He was a larger than life figure that I will always remember with great admiration from my early years at the lodge.
From: Surrey, England
Amoun Sourial Tuesday, 3/7/06, 9:04 AM
I am very sorry to hear the sad news about Tony, he was a great mason, and a great man. Please convey my condolences to the Lodge, and to Tony's family.
From: Melbourne, Australia
In Memoriam - A Ede (Tony's Page)
W.Bro Antony Ede PGStdB
Passed away to the Grand Lodge Above
23 February 2006
Whilst making his way to Grand Lodge.
Our thoughts will always be with his beloved wife Sylvia, son Anthony and daughters Angela and Diane.
If you wish to leave a message for Tony's family here please do so.
Tony Ede, our Grand Officer is the first of our brothers to pass to the Grand Lodge above since the publication of our website.
This page is dedicated to his memory and any brother or visitor to our website who knew Tony and wishes to leave a message or a memory for his family should do so using the memorial book to the side.
For the information of those visiting the page and who were unable to attend the funeral we have published the order of service below.
(Personal Tribute by John Arlett)
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Each member of the congregation was presented with a beautiful memorial bookmark.
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