Edward John Laub

July 22, 1938February 4, 2021

Edward John Laub was born on July 22, 1938 and passed away on February 4, 2021 and is under the care of Dimond & Sons Silver Bell Chapel.

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Gerard O'Donnell

February 11, 2021

Thinking of Ed, and how dearly he'll be missed. I've know him for over thirty five years. Wonderful man and a credit to his family. In regards to our hobby, no one was a better asset than Ed. Thanks for everything, Ed!

Lynn Sakers

February 9, 2021

I am so sorry for the loss of Pop Laub. When I first moved to PA your family welcomed me into the fold of many young people. You influenced and help shape many lives. We were blessed to have enjoyed your company as a friend and mentor. Love and prayers to all you leave behind.

Bob Petrilli

February 8, 2021

Dear Elaine,

I was so, so sorry to hear of Ed's passing. It took a couple days before it hit me that he is gone. Now, I just keep chocking up when I think about it. He was a rock. I thought he would just keep going, despite his illnesses. He was one of my very best friends. I'll miss hanging around with him and the guys at Mickey D's and our breakfasts and dinners at the Stargate and other diners. I'll also miss very much our metal detecting trips together both here and out in Laughlin. I can't imagine how sorrowful you must be. Please let me know if you need anything.


Daniel Knight

February 8, 2021

Ed was always a character at the Metal Detecting Club, and a mentor to many of the younger members. Sorry to hear of your passing bud. Say hi to Cliff Stefens up in heaven for those of us at the SJMDC.

Henry Winzinger

February 8, 2021

Deepest sympathy to the family. Always enjoyed sitting with him at SJMDC meetings. He was a great guy and we will miss him.
Our prayers are with you.
Henry and Donna Winzinger

Dick Stout

February 7, 2021

I met Ed thru the FMDAC organization and he was a huge part of it's initial success. He gave his time and his all over and over again ....

I lost touch with Ed over the years but I will never forget his kindness and his friendship. He was marine and he was a good man.

RIP Ed....