In Remembrance of Edward J, Griffin

Edward J, Griffin

Edward J, Griffin

Moscow, PA and formerly of Greenville, MD November 24, 1930 ~ June 23, 2012 Date of Service: Private

Edward J. Griffin, Moscow and former resident of Greenville, MD for many years died Saturday afternoon in St. Mary’s Villa in Moscow.

Born in Dunmore, son of the late Edward and Rose Gaylor Griffin, he was a graduate of Kutztown University and went on to spend his career teaching in the Maryland public school system. A U.S. Army Veteran, he served during the Korean Conflict. He was of the Methodist faith.

The family wishes to thank Dr. James Sheerer for his kindness in caring for Edward.

Surviving is a brother Robert Griffin and wife Patricia, Moscow; niece Mandy Wombacker, Thornhurst; nephews Wes Griffin, Moscow, and Wylie Griffin, Moosic; and great-nephew Kyle Griffin, Moscow. He was preceded in death by a nephew Robert Griffin.

Services were privately held with interment in Dunmore Cemetery.

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from Jane Young
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We miss Ed
Reply #3 on : Thu July 19, 2012, 20:19:01
Greenbelt Community Church doesn't seem the same without Ed. I want to offer my condolences and tell you how much we liked and appreciated Ed. One of the first times I talked with him he taught an after-church class on art which was very interesting. May God hold you in the palm of His hand in this time of loss for you.
Kathy Reynolds
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Edward Griffin
Reply #2 on : Fri June 29, 2012, 15:40:11
My heart is heavy with sadness. Ed was not only my neighbor for 32 years, but a good and close friend. We shared many, many great times together. I miss him greatly and will always have him in my heart and mind. He was such a wonderful man that showed kindness and love to all of us who knew and loved him. Greenbelt (not Greenville) has lost a significant member of our community. Love you Ed. Rest in peace my beautiful friend.

Kathy Reynolds
Mark Granfors-Hunt
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Farewell to Ed
Reply #1 on : Fri June 29, 2012, 09:31:38
Thank you for taking care of Ed these past months. I know it meant a lot to him to be with family and to be with Robert. Please know that he was greatly loved and treasured here in Greenbelt and at his home church, Greenblet Community Church. He will be missed by many. May God richly bless you all in this time of loss.