Edward P King III
Date of Death: February 2, 2013
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Edward P. King III, of Perrysburg, Ohio passed away on Saturday, February 2, 2013, at home, after a brave and courageous battle with cancer. He was born in Toledo on September 23, 1961 to Edward and Pauline (McCrea) King, Jr. He was the beloved husband of Susan (Maier), and father to his Precious Angel Baby,…

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Mike Dilbing left a message on May 11, 2018:
I will greatly miss my fishing partner. We always tried our best and had fun. Fish or no fish. Our FLW walleye tournaments and the crazy water we fished in. Great memories I will never forget.Ed took me in as a brother and I him. To much to say.Thank you for allowing me to be part of your life.You will be missed my brother.
Kelly Dilworth left a message on May 11, 2018:
My deepest sympathy to my Lourdes co-worker, Karen Dibling, and her family during this very difficult time. My prayers are with you.
David & Tracy Liddy left a message on May 11, 2018:
Ed was a wonderful person. I knew and worked with him when he was with WFI. My husband serviced his sled and made sure it was always in tip-top running condition. He always talked about us joing him on a snowmobiling trip but it just never happened. Sue, Melissa and family - our condolences and you will be in our thoughts and prayers. David (Breyley Yamaha) and Tracy (AT&T) Liddy
Shelvy Marbury left a message on May 11, 2018:
My thoughts and prayers go out to Ed's family, as he will be sorely missed. I've known Ed since the old Cingular days and he was absolutely the best vendor anyone could ever have. He always delivered on time with extreme accuracy and quality. His work ethic was un-surpassed. Moreover, he was a great guy, a gentle giant, and the sweetest most caring person you ever wanted to meet. The MI/IN market is really going to miss him but we rejoice in knowing that we will see him again in the sweet by and by.
Paul Daubel left a message on May 11, 2018:
While Ed was my Manager at WFI & Nexius, I would say he was really a great friend first and foremost. He took a kid fresh out of College and showed him the ins and outs of business. What he really taught though was if you believe in yourself anything is possible. He often said greatness is in everyone he was just there to help open the door. Wise words from a wise Man, I just hope I have the opportunity to pay it forward.
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Jamie left a message on May 11, 2018:
I am proud and lucky to have known Ed and worked with him. He was a treasure. One of the best things Ed always did was make my day special for no reason at all. Ed would mail me cheesecakes just because and usually on a crazy dad I was pulling my hair out over missing parts. He was fun to talk to and the type of guy I wished was my dad. I will never forget him.
John Jauch left a message on May 11, 2018:
I had the pleasure to finally meet Ed a couple of years ago after working as a vendor for him for several years. We talked about business, guns, snowmobiling, and just joked around. Ed was always a pleasure to deal with and had a lot of integrity. I am proud to have called Ed a friend. My prayer is that God comforts his wife and family through these tough times as I know he will be missed dearly by them. Psalm 34:18 The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.
Cremation Society of Toledo left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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