Mr. Edward L. Shockley, Sr.
- September 15, 1937 - September 27, 2011
- Stoughton, Massachusetts
of Edward's Passing
- Donations in Edward's memory may be made to:
National Kidney Foundation
85 Astor Avenue, Suite 2
Norwood, MA 02062
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So sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers.
Posted by: John Batchelder - Stoughton, MA Oct 17, 2011
Dear Claire and family, I was sorry to read of Ed's passing and my send my sincere condolences to all. I will always remember our numerous trips marching in front of the book store.
Posted by: Rita Kelly - Stoughton, MA Oct 05, 2011
Papa you were one the the greatest people i have ever met i loved you like you were my blood and you loved me back as if i was your son. I look forward to the day when we all meet again in heaven. I know you will always be watching over us and smiling. We will all miss you so much but are glad you are now at peace.
Posted by: Josh Anzalone - Middleboro, MA Oct 02, 2011
To Claire and family,
I don't even know where to begin. So many years, and so many memories we share with your family. I remember fondly, anxiously awaiting the arrival of our family from Boston. In our minds, you all were from a million miles away, and we couldn't wait to see that stationwagon pull in and all of our cousins pile out of that car, and then we would see that huge smile from Ed, and Claire. How special you
Posted by: Karen Hounshell Umberger - Wytheville, VA - Niece Oct 01, 2011
As I know you were watching today, your services went well and we tried to ensure everything was just the way you wanted it. I am so proud of you and how well respected and loved you are by so many people. I hope I can be at least half the Father you were to us. I love you so much! Brian
Posted by: Brian Shockley - Stoughton, MA - Son Sep 30, 2011
I will miss my dear brother in law. He always made my day with the neat and very funny jokes he would send to my e-mail box. I am so glad we got to see him one more time last week.
Posted by: Audrey Shockley - Virginia Beach, VA - Sister in Law Sep 30, 2011
Oh brother, my brother, life will never be the same. Now there will be an emptiness in my life but not in my heart, for you will be there always.
Posted by: David Shockley - Virginia Beach, VA - Brother Sep 30, 2011
As long as I can remember, each summer we would look forward for uncle Ed to visit each summer to granny and grandpa Shockleys home. I looked so farward to seeing the station wagon with all the cousins. We would to play outdoors until after dark each day. I remember the days like yesterday. We always had a pony or horse to give rides. I remember us kids going up the road in the field along state route 52 and
Posted by: Kathy Hounshell Roberts - Bland / Marion, VA - niece Sep 30, 2011
even though I never meet edward in person i did talk to him on a video call on Ann's birthday . he was always very pleasent when we talk. he would call Linda every sunday. he will very much be miss by all whom he touched
Posted by: jeffrey j lever - lenoir, NC - brother-in-law Sep 29, 2011
Ed was always encouraging. His step was bright, his eyes were clear and he always had kind words, regardless of how we might be stumbling over each other. An angel among us!
Posted by: Tom McClintock - Norwood, MA - Brother and Kilwinning member Sep 29, 2011