Edward J. Brumbaugh

Born: 04/14/1937 Passed:

Edward J. Brumbaugh

Edward J. Brumbaugh born April 14, 1937 passed away August 23, 2016 has been called home to guard the gates of Heaven. He is preceded by his parents and an infant son. Ed is survived by his wife Marianne and two sons, Dale (Angel) and Chris (Christine), three granddaughters, two great granddaughters, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services Celebrating Ed’s life will be held Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 3:00 p.m. at Grace Christian Fellowship, 718 Cornelia Ave NE, Canton, Ohio 44704. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society



6 Tributes to Edward J. Brumbaugh

  1. Jill (Fisher) Greathouse says:

    Oh “Uncle” Ed, self proclaimed brother to my mother at their 25 year anniversary party. I will never forget that and how you always had a smile on your face. You were quick with a laugh and always had something nice to say. You are a great memory from my childhood. I cannot think about Thanksgiving without thinking of you and all the Brumbaughs. I remember telling my dad when I was little I was going to run away to your house, he said you and Marianna would send me back home. Probably so, but not without a kind word and a hug. You are missed and loved by many.

  2. Debbie Flowers says:

    Dear Marianne and Brumbaugh Family:
    I send my sincerest condolences to the Brumbaugh family .Ed was a gentle soul that I had the great pleasure of knowing. He was truly a man of God. He was devoted to his church and always willing to help in any way. .He was a good Christian man who was devoted to his and family, too.
    We all shall miss Ed. He has earned his place in heaven.
    May God grant all of the Brumbaughs peace in this time of sorrow

  3. Anonymous says:

    Marianne and Family – I am so sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Sincerely, Nancy Campbell (Sugardale Credit Union)

  4. Dan Garman says:

    Maryanne and family,
    First of all, Maryanne, thank you for bringing Ed to see Dan that day, because he said that he wanted “to see Dan one more time.”

    They were friends for a long time and Ed spent a lot of time at our house when we were first married. We can attest to his sense of humor. When we were expecting our first child he wanted it to be a boy and declared, “If it is a girl, I am calling her Sam.” Being a man of his word he always called our daughter “Sam.”

    Dan got to see him later at the Veterans home and they had a good visit.

    The best memory will be from the day you visited, and Ed shared with us that he was ready to meet the Lord.

    God bless all of you…… and Ed, we’ll see you again!

    Love and Prayers,
    Joanne and Dan Garman

  5. Dan Garman says:

    Maryanne and family,
    Dan and Ed were friends in high shool and graduated together.
    When we were first married he spent a lot of time at our house. We can attest to his sense of humor. When we were expecting our first child, he insisted it would be a boy and if it was a girl he would call her Sam. True to his word, he always called our daughter, “Sam.”
    Thank you, Maryanne, for the day you brought Ed to see Dan, because he asked to see him one more time.
    Our best memory will always be that he shared with us that day that he knew the Lord as his Savior.
    We are so sad at his passing and extend
    our condolences and the Peace of God to the family
    …and ….Ed….we will see you again!
    Dan and Joanne Garman

  6. Gwen Embaugh says:

    Dear Marianne, Chris and rest of the family, Was so sorry to hear of Ed”s passing but knowing that he is now with the Lord and out of pain and suffering here on this earth has to bring comfort. Tho you will miss he bodily presence with you, knowing you will see him again is a blessing. Was always good to see you and Ed at the Credit Union before I quit. Lord Bless and Comfort you.

    Tom and Gwen Embaugh

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