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David T. Ferguson Funeral Home

20 North Street, Washingtonville, NY

OBITUARY

Edward Joseph Calderin

March 25, 1960September 23, 2019
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Edward Joseph Calderin, 59, of Chester, New York, passed away on Monday September 23; Edward was born in New York City, New York on March 25, 1960 to Enrique and Constance (Maisonet) Calderin. He is survived by his parents of Chester, NY. Beloved brother Rick and his wife Noreen of Rock Tavern, NY, Loving uncle to Jillian, Erica and Christine. Edward “Eddie “as he was known to all that loved him was a fun-loving kind soul that had a passion for music and animals. He often could be found with his head sets on listening to and creating his favorite tunes. When he was not playing his guitar or piano, he would be tinkering on one of his classic cars as he loved cars and driving and spent much of his life employed as a cross country truck driver. He was a fanatic NY Yankees fan and never missed an opportunity to cheer his team on. Visitation will be on Thursday September 26, 4-8pm at David T. Ferguson Funeral Home, 20 North Street, Washingtonville, NY. Funeral Mass will be on Friday September 27, 10:00 am at St. Columba Church, 29 High Street, Chester, New York. Donation in Edwards name may be made to St Jude Children’s Research Hospital and to Humane Society Blooming Grove. To leave an online condolence please visit www.davidtfegusonfh.com

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, September 26, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, September 27, 2019

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Mary Sarver

September 26, 2019

We loved when Eddie came to Evansville, IN. with Chris T. He loved the smaller town feel and we all loved him. He was excited to be in the hometown of Don Mattingly.

He was a lot of fun and we always remember the Christmas's he spent with us. And the videos he took of the family.

We will certainly miss him.

Melody Ruth

September 26, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of Eddie's passing. My entire family and I had so many fun times with him when we would visit Chris T. He even came with her to Delaware for a Christmas and a Thanksgiving. He was always so easy going and kind to everyone. I never heard him say anything bad about anyone. You certainly raised a loving, funny, and well mannered son. I have especially have fond memories of when all of us went out to Lancaster, PA to visit the Amish area and eat at an Amish buffet. He couldn't get over how good and how inexpensive it was compared to NYC. I have a son with special needs and Eddie always made an effort to be inclusive of him and show him patience, empathy, and many smiles. Eddie certainly left all of us too soon but, with happy memories.

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