Edwin Tonnesen

September 11, 1931March 16, 2017

Arrangements under the direction of Newark Memorial Gardens, NEWARK, OH.


Edwin Tonnesen

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Thomas Heineman

December 3, 2019

He was one of my favorite teachers in one of my favorite classes and gave most of the best lectures I remember from BGSU.
He taught the capstone course, BA 405. He was perfect for it . I still use everything he taught, value and feasibility of the business plan.
We had a student from Norway in the class and the 2 of them had a special bond.

Ed Dertinger

August 29, 2017

I just saw notice of Ed's passing in the BGSU alumni magazine. I met Ed in the early 1970s when I was a grad student at BGSU, not as a student of his (I was in a different department), but as the coach of his son Jeff's Little League baseball team. I didn't have any kids yet but decided to volunteer as a coach (in spite of knowing precious little about coaching) - I was really struggling (and getting lots of static from player parents) - Ed saw that and asked if he could help as an assistant coach - I learned a lot from him - he knew the game a lot better than me. Anyway - I have often thought back to my one and only experience with coaching - once Ed was on board it was actually a great experience. Please accept my condolences on Ed's passing and for the family's loss. Peace and be well. Rest In Peace Ed.

Linda Platt

May 16, 2017

My deepest sympathy to your family...sending Love and prayers your way

The Lewises

March 19, 2017

Deepest sympathy for this great loss to the family. The strength from God can sustain you though this very difficult time. May the depth of your faith and the love of those who share your loss comfort you.

Sandy Brenner

March 19, 2017

Marilou, I am so sorry to see that your husband passed away. I so remember your love of all people when we worked together at Hospice of Licking county many years ago now. I send you hugs from central Ohio and the peace only God can give. Please reach out to others to help you in the coming months. Love you, Sandy Brenner