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Edward Sand

In Loving Memory

Sand, Edward A. “Ed”

Sand, Edward A. “Ed” Wednesday July 19, 2023. Beloved husband of Helen J. Sand (nee Maggiora). Dear father of Gary (Donna) Sand and Susan Sand Hays. Our dear brother-in-law, uncle great uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Ed and Helen were married for 67 years. They enjoyed spending their retirement years in Florida. Ed worked in sales for Western Textile Products for 42 years and developed two US Patents. Ed’s joy were his children and serving on 21 construction mission trips around the world.

Memorial visitation at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Saturday August 5, 2:00 pm until memorial service at 3:00 pm. Service concludes at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the U.S.O., https://www.uso.org/donate/memorial-donation appreciated. Burial at St. Paul’s Cemetery with military honors, date to be determined.


7 thoughts on “Sand, Edward A. “Ed””

  1. Ed was one on the finest men that I have ever met. His word was his bond. He loved his family and friends and will be truly missed but never forgotten, RIP

  2. Ed was one of the nicest men I know he was always there to help with a lot of church work projects. He will be truly missed. God Bless the family.

  3. I was very fortunate to work with this wonderful gentleman for many years at Western Textile. We were all family. Cherished memories.

  4. Ed was a kind man who we considered to be a family member of ours. His warm smile and humorous attitude made every moment with him so joyful! He will be dearly missed.

  5. Saw obit. while searching for someone else. Our sympathy to you and family. Ed was a great guy and special guy. We have many special memories. May God grant you comfort and peace. Burrell and Anita Lee

  6. HELEN & FAMILY- Ed was a great friend to our family for many years in the “work glove” industry through his Western Textile Products Company. He hosted many parties and fishing ventures at our annual conventions. Plus he came several times to our North Star Glove Co. in Tacoma, WA on fishing trips to catch some BIG salmon and halibut in the PNW, British Columbia and S.E. Alaska. Ed was always a great “help” in our business, plus a fun friend to know. He must now be “fishing in Heaven.” May our good friend rest in peace.


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