Edmund Conrad Contoski
June 26, 1937 – September 10, 2020
Edmund Contonski, age 83 of Minneapolis, died September 10th of 2020.Preceded in death by his parents Victor and Josepha Contoski. Survived by brother, Victor and sister-in-law Carmela of Lawerence, Kansas, and his 2 constant companions, Rascal and Hugo, his cats. He was an officer in the United Sates Army. An avid outdoorsman, he loved cross country skiing, wind surfing and bowhunting. He was a championship archer. Ed was a classically trained pianist and a supporter and member of the Frederic Chopin Society. Proud of his Polish heritage, he loved to dance with The Dolina Polish Folk Dancers. Ed was an original founder of the Libertarian Party of Minnesota and the founder and president of American Liberty Publishers and a member of Heartland's Committee on Constitutional Reform. He wrote four books, including the award-winning MAKERS AND TAKERS: How Wealth and Progress are Made and How They are Taken Away or Prevented and The Trojan Project, a novel of political intrigue that deals with the restructuring of the United States government. A frequent guest on radio talk shows, his views have been heard on well over one hundred radio stations across the United States and Canada. He has also spoken at various colleges and universities and at conventions. Anyone who knew Ed will always remember his infectious laugh and his kind and generous heart. He will be dearly missed by many. He was truly one of a kind. Ed would like to thank his care givers from both Grace Hospice and Northern Stars Home Care. Per Ed’s request there will be no service.
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Edmund Conrad Contoski
September 17, 2020
So sad to hear of 'Eddies' passing, for that is what his cousins called him. Since I usually saw him up at the cabins, he was always into the sporting activities like cross country skiing and hunting and then of course, we could hear his beautiful piano as he played wafting over the path between the two places. His laugh was as unique as his beliefs which he remained faithful to and wrote about. He was an accomplished man. I know he is missed. Condolences to Tim and Carmela.
Jennifer Stanley Krawczyk, David's wife