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Edward Andrew Niedermeier

February 9, 1962October 9, 2020

Edward Andrew Niedermeier, 58 passed away unexpectedly Friday, October 9, 2020 from an accident in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Born in Middlesex County, New Jersey, on February 9, 1962, he was the son of the late Edward Patrick Niedermeier and Anne Hansen Niedermeier. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his only son, Private First Class, Louis E. Niedermeier; and brothers, William Niedermeier and Daniel Conran. Edward was also an Army veteran, and a truck driver for J. B. Hunt Trucking in Concord, NC. He is survived by his sisters, Anne Parker (Michael) of Tool, TX, Janet Clark (Jim) of FL, Toni Tucker (Dean) of Colorado, Lorraine Conran of Hickory; brothers, Lenny Niedermeier of SC, Red Anderson of Dallas, TX; and numerous nieces and nephews. Edward will lie in state on Sunday, October 18, 2020 from 1:00 until 4:00 p.m. at Hickory Funeral Home. He will be buried on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 with military honors at Salisbury National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250-0301.

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  • Disabled American Veterans

Services

  • LIE IN STATE

    Sunday, October 18, 2020

  • BURIAL

    Tuesday, October 27, 2020

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Michele Metz

October 20, 2020

Brennan called Ed “Pops”. Louis and Brennan had a brother bond . Ed opened his heart for Brennan as his second son. Brennan loved and respected Ed because he truly was the best father a boy could ask for. Ed influenced Louis and Brennan to be good and caring men. Brennan was honored that Denise and Ed included him in their life . Brennan died over a year ago and I thank God Brennan had Pops in his young life but also after they lost Louis. I wish you guys could have stayed with us. Pops rest easy with your sons.

Denise Hoy

October 18, 2020

Ed always put our son before himself. You can see the love in their eyes for each other. Louis was always so proud of you, as you of him. I am so grateful to have you as our son's father. We need more fathers like you and your fantastic role model! I know in my heart he's happy now he is with our son Louis and his second son Brennan. Rest in peace "Pops" I will truly miss you 💕

Lisa & Dan Pickett

October 18, 2020

We met Ed through the company he and Dan worked at. They became fast friends and often got together after work to share a few beers or on the weekend to barbecue. We witnessed the heartache that Ed went through when he lost his son. We also were witness to the strength and courage he had to push on in this life, leaning on his faith and keeping his sons memory alive. I was so proud of Ed for this. He went through the unthinkable, and he didn’t let it break him. He stood up at our wedding and I couldn’t be prouder. We laughed, drank and danced that night and seeing him smile made me so happy. I know he is smiling now, bigger than any of us can imagine. God Bless, friend. We will see you on the other side.

Mrs. Stockwell

October 18, 2020

Too many to mention. Kind soul, huge heart. Always remembered, forever missed.

Antoinette Tucker

October 17, 2020

I have so many memories of Eddie. He was the center of the family. As we drifted apart and on new paths. Eddie made sure that he was talking with all of us. When I heard that he was going to move closer to Colorado. I was excited. I'm sure he's has Louis by his side. I can remember his big smile when he was over my house with the family. He had a loving smile that made you smile back. I will miss you Ed ,you were the heart of the family.

Barbara Pate

October 16, 2020

It was so great meeting and getting to know Ed through Denise when he moved to Scottsville. He was a kind and fun loving guy. He will be missed by his Scottsville friends.

Terry and Barb Pate

Janet Clark

October 15, 2020

I am so grateful for the last time we got to spend together laughing at our childhood pictures remembering our younger years. I'll always remember you telling me how proud you were of me for taking care of moms funeral arrangements. It means so much to me that I made you proud. As I watched you walk to your truck and waved goodbye I will always remember your words to me, "Bye, I love you sis. I'll call this weekend." I will miss you so much Ed, Thanks for a great last memory of you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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