Lloyd Penner posted a condolence
Friday, December 27, 2019I have many memories of Ed. We were in the same grade in school for many years. He was an excellent student who did not have to work hard to get top marks. The only subject where I got higher marks than Ed was history. He was also a terrific athlete who excelled in all sports. I remember a basketball game against Niverville in Grade 11 in which he scored 33 points. The rest of us just kept feeding him the ball and he shot one lay-up after another. Needless to say we won the game. He was also a great golfer. I once asked him what the secret of his success was. He just replied, " I don't think before a shot. I just line-up and hit the ball." For golfers like me who tend to overthink before I hit the ball this was good advice. Ed was a person who demonstrated the love of Christ in the way he treated people. I miss him.
Bernard Mukwavi posted a condolence
Thursday, December 12, 2019Anne and I will miss Ed. We enjoyed our times together. While serving at Harvest City Church and even when I moved to serve in BC he invited me to stay at his house and to speak at his church. He was a very good example, humble and compassionate. Farewell my brother till we meet again. You run the race marked out for you. We pray for your precious wife, your children and grandchildren.
Laura Okougha Davies posted a condolence
Monday, December 9, 2019It was a huge shock for us hearing of pastor Ed's passing. During our stay in Lorette, himself and Jersey made us feel at home. My family and I will never forget.. Heaven has gained an angel..rest well pastor Ed.
Abraham Umobuarie posted a condolence
Monday, December 2, 2019Pastor Ed, At the Seine River Church, Lorette. You preached on that Sunday. That was the first time I met you. I had heard about you from my sister inlaw, Muriel. After the service I had the privilege of having a warm chat with you. I told you about relocating my family and about searching for a property to buy. When we met again the next Sunday, at the potluck, you brought up the conversation and continued from where we left off. That gesture made an impression on me. You were actually genuinely passionate about me and my family’s welfare. Today, the world is in need of such love: love that understands what it means to love, love that cares, love that gives, love that embraces, love that forgives, love that understands, love that loves. All that was what you stood for. And More. You were Love personified! Yours was the Love of Christ. Adieu Pastor Ed. By Abraham Umobuarie
Muriel Paul-Momodu posted a condolence
Sunday, December 1, 2019Pastor Ed, To my family you were not just a Sunday to Sunday pastor, you were a father to Paul and I, grand father to our kids and a friend. One who lived what he preached. In my pain and tears there is joy and hope. Pain and tears that we will not see you and touch you on this side of life; joy and hope that you are in a beautiful place enjoying The Lord's bosom till we meet to part no more. So much good memories flood my mind, my family's first golf experience we owe to you and Jessie, you opened the opportunity for me to sing my solo's at the church’s Christmas dinner since we met you 4 years ago, alas this year is different. I remember those moments without notice we would give you a call Pastor are you home?" and for sure we would be in your house in a few minutes. There are moments where we looked forward to seeing you (Lorette Christmas parade and the fellowship afterwards, Remembrance Day celebrations etc. ) I could go on and on. Your memory is a keepsake. There is a lesson I have learnt from your passing - always live ready; live today like it's your last day. Indeed you fought a good fight and you have finished your race. Go enjoy your treasures in Heaven. Muriel.
Mary (Store Friesen) Hink posted a condolence
Sunday, December 1, 2019"The highlight of the last Landmark Collegiate reunion was once again seeing 'Eddie's' perpetual smile and warm welcome. Thank You forever for being my friend at school." "God Bless Your Family". Mary (Friesen) Hink Scottsdale, Az.
Tim Plett posted a condolence
Friday, November 29, 2019I will always treasure memories of my friend and brother in the Lord Ed. He failed to teach me how to curl but never lost his enthusiasm. Our time together in Seine River Church was life changing for me.
Baraka Mulimbwa posted a condolence
Friday, November 29, 2019My first phone call in canada on a cold feb 3, 2005 was to my friend and pastor Ed hildebrand, Ed was loving, caring and gentle, we went together for breakfast for the last 13 yrs, i looked forward to mondays because i knew that i will be seeing Ed, i always told him how much i loved and appreciated his friendship, and how special he was to me, during all my happy moments like when i received my Canadian citizenship and my lowest point , Ed was always there, i will miss you terribly much my friend, i know you are in heaven and we will meet again my friend, your work in the kingdom has impacted thousands of people across the world, Rest in peace my friend, you were an angel
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Svein and Solveig Pedersen posted a condolence
Friday, November 29, 2019It was sad to hear that our good Pastor-friend, Ed, has passes on. We have many good memories of fellowship when we lived in Flin Flon2983-88. We also met him at Landmark and Lorette. May God bless Jessie and the whole family in this time of sorrow. We will always remember Ed as a good friend and a great Pastor. Greetings from Svein-Magne and Solveig Pedersen, Norway/Canada.
Don and Betty Plett posted a condolence
Thursday, November 28, 2019We will never forget the 10 days we spent in Florida golfing with Ed and Jess just prior to his passing. They will more to us than you can imagine. We had so many plans for more golf outings. God bless the entire family. Ed was so proud of all of you
john shiley hildebrand posted a condolence
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