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Cowboy Ed will be missed. We enjoyed being invited to family gatherings in Torrington during branding and cattle drives. Great times taking the cattle up the mountain. Remembering a trip to Sturgis to get t-shirts for the family, the stories Ed and Curt brought home of that trip were amusing. Ed and Linda you were always a joy to be around. So sorry Linda and family for your loss. Ed and Raider are enjoying the ride in heaven. God Bless and Take Care
~ Curt and Sherry Nelson - February 17, 2020
We just saw you in Dallas in October. It is hard to wrap our minds around the fact that it was so soon.
Our lives are forever changed without you physically in them :(
I am happy that we had the chance to tell you how much we love you and how much you mean to all of us.
We miss you so much, but you will be forever in our hearts and minds as one of the best men we have ever met.
We are blessed to have had the chance to call you family !!
Jeff, Jana, Kayla, Hannah, Justin, Caitlin, Gracie and Hazel
~ Jeff and Jana Humes and Family Humes - February 16, 2020
Dad, it’s been over a week since I last held your hand and said goodbye. I know you are better, but I’m not there yet. I love the stories but they are bittersweet. I love and miss you so much. Your daughter Sug (Val).
~ Val Hudson - February 12, 2020
I love and miss you Daddy! I'm so happy you are no longer in pain. It was a good ride cowboy!
~ Penny Van Holland - February 12, 2020
I was so sad to hear of Eds passing!! He was kind, funny and a very warm guy!! I know how he loved riding his bike and how he and Linda enjoyed their travels!! Gods love and prayers to Linda and their Family!! Send Much Love!!
~ Sandi crum Shook - February 11, 2020
Very sad to hear this news! My condolences to Linda and family and to Susan. Best memory of Ed was in Mrs. Johnson’s first grade class, we both wanted to grow up to be ranchers. It was always fun to see him and be greeted with a warm smile and some friendly conversation. My sympathies to all of you!
~ Cheryl Statler-Smith - February 11, 2020
I had known him through our childhood and he lived across the street from me until moving to Casper. His father was my Sunday school teacher and mechanic. He was a true friend. My condolences.
~ Rhonda Purviance - February 10, 2020
Ken and I will never forget our conversations whenever we saw you. You were always so pleasant and always made a point of stopping to visit. Knew his parents, sister, and wife from living in Newcastle and was always nice to meet up with Ed and see his wife working at her job. May God be with all of you and may you all have special memories to remember and share. He will always be remembered. Shirley and Ken Carnes
~ Shirley Carnes - February 10, 2020
I’m proud to say I’ve known Ed for over 20 years now. He was a great uncle to my wife. Our kids thought he was a pretty cool guy. Me not being the most social person, Ed always came over to talk with me at family functions and definitely made me feel welcome. I would like to give my condolences to Linda, the kids, all the grandkids, and his sister Susan. Ed will surely be missed, but never forgotten.
~ Stephen Sliger - February 6, 2020
Randall and Monica Rhodes would like you to know we are thinking of you and your family. We met in the PGR and will always remember Ed 's friendship. Please let us know if you need anything.
~ MONICA Rhodes - February 6, 2020
My deepest condolences to Val and her family.
~ Jeff Fleischman - February 6, 2020
Ed Humes was always a loving human being. He was a strong husband to Linda, and a caring grandpa to Tyler, Chris, and Stephen.
My best friend, Val, has helped me know him.
She always invited me to her family events. I love the family.
Ed was always loving to Linda. Every time I had an opportunity to speak with Ed, he always spoke of his wife. We’d talk about the grand kids too. He always spoke of his love for them.
I’m thankful I had the opportunity to know Ed. He always had a bright smile. He always told me things, and I just smiled. Usually, it was about his family. I even remember when he came to be with his grand kids on the back to school barbecue at Park School! He laughed!
I will remember Ed with a smile in my head and heart. If you’re reading this you’ll understand my head and heart.
With all my heart for you and yours Ed, I’m greatful. Thanks for being my friend.
~ Beth Bergslien - February 5, 2020
Was able to meet Ed through the Patriot Guard riders first. Then through many rides with others, i have been able to become friends with his Family and many of his friends. With his passing , it means i wont be able to meet New people by him, but will be able to meet other that he did know, may he never be forgotten. Sorry i have no pics of him.
~ Nicholas Wales - February 5, 2020
My memory of Ed is that every time we saw each other . He greeted me with a smile a hand shake and asked how are you trouble.
~ Jessie Alcala - February 5, 2020
Favorite memories are many , more recent favorite memory is of Ed dancing in the street @ the starting line for the Casper Chase last year . The surprise on Kathy's face when he grabbed her hand & reeled her into his impromptu 1 man street dance , it was wonderful to see & that is how I'll always remember him as bringing a smile to the face of everyone he met. My heartfelt condolences to Linda, Valerie, Nicole, Penny and their extended families. He is sorely missed by myself & no doubt countless others.
~ B.K. Kountz - February 5, 2020
Ed.... what a wonderful man you were!! I always looked forward to joint PGR town missions to see you and Linda. You will live on forever in our hearts. Prayers and love to everyone xoxoxo ???????????????????
~ Wendy Worrell - February 5, 2020
To the family of Ed
Gone from our sight
But not from our memories.
Gone from out touch
But not gone from our hearts.
Sending thought and prayers to you all during this most difficult to find strength and comfort.. God Bless.
~ Mary Ann Pyatt - February 5, 2020
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