August 31, 1919March 4, 2019

Edgar Lombard Cashin age 99 of Framingham Massachusetts died peacefully on March 4th 2019 at Miriam Boyd Parlin Hospice Residence in Wayland. Born August 31st 1919 in Somerville, son of Leroy and Cynthia (Curran) Cashin. Edgar is survived by his children Sandra Griffin, Carol Phipps, Gail Carey, and Richard Cashin. Grandchildren Alison Griffin, Chip Griffin, Owen Phipps, Susan Lambert, Tyler Cashin and Robert Cashin. Great Grandchildren Griffin Seuter, Avery Seuter, Bailey Phipps and Gracey Lambert. Edgar was predeceased by his wife of 56 years Barbara (Estabrook) Cashin. Edgar served in the 21st Signal Company during World War II stationed in Argentia, Newfoundland and was a Reliability Engineer for General Motors in Framingham for 33 ½ years. He enjoyed wintering in Cocoa Beach Florida and spending time telling stories to his grandchildren. A private family service and burial will be held. In lieu of flowers, if you wish a donation can be made to the Miriam Boyd Parlin Hospice Residence in Wayland.


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Andrea Lund-Trainor

March 9, 2019

To the Cashin family. Our deepest sympathy for your loss and difficult time. Many Blessings to you all, were thinking of you. John 3:16

Much love,
Andrea & Uncle Doug

Bruce Estabrook

March 8, 2019

Condolences to the Family, Uncle Eddie was a gracious and sweet man and wonderful husband to our Aunt Barbara and father to our great cousins. We always enjoyed Framingham visits growing up and miss the family dearly.

Susan and David Lombard

March 7, 2019

We send our condolences to the extended Cashin family. Our relationship with Barbara and Ed began when Sandy married our cousin Walter in 1969. We had many good visits with them on family holidays and during their summer stays at Goose Rocks and Kennebunkport, In latter years we stopped by Ed's piece of paradise to visit with him and Sandy in Cape Canaveral. He loved to take us on a tour of the area, and he loved telling his stories of how the port had been transformed, all about the cruise ships' arrivals and departures as well as the rocket launchings. Moreover, he loved to share stories of his family whom he loved and enjoyed so much. We hope that the memories of his long and rich life sustain you through this difficult time and into the future.

Susan and David Lombard