Edmond had a full life and many careers. Early on he served for the U.S. Navy as for six years and when he came back home he actually didn’t know what to do next. Suddenly there was no regime he was used to. No waking up in the middle of the night, any shifts, being on call. And as he wanted to marry me, Edmond wanted to find some job to secure our future family, gone through many jobs from the messenger boy to mechanic or sales man.
After few years of working for a US Navy again, we settled down and started a family on our own. We had a boy and a girl. We weren’t that type of family who traveled much. We preferred just to hang out with our children, go play tennis, cycling, and hiking. Gradually when our kids grew up we’d started to play golf and in our pension it was our favorite activity. We could do some sport, relax a bit and have fun at the same time. Edmond really loved it.
He passed away peacefully on the 24th March 2004.
He will never be forgotten.
1929 — 2004
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