Edward E. Geiwitz

Born: Mon., Jul. 13, 1936
Died: Tue., Sep. 15, 2020


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Edward E. Geiwitz, 84 of West Middlesex, PA passed away peacefully on September 15th, 2020 in UPMC Horizon Hospital in Farrell, PA.
Edward was born July 13th, 1936 to Neva (Tanner) and George Geiwitz in Clark, PA. He was a graduate of Hickory High School class of 1954. On December 23rd, 1988 he married his wife, Norma (Lehman) Geiwitz who survives at home. Ed worked as a coil winder for Westinghouse Inc. 16 years. He also worked for Tip Top Sales in Struthers, OH for 6 years and drove school bus for West Middlesex School district for 26 years. He enjoyed working on his farm tending to his milk cows and raising crops. Ed also loved spending time with his family.
He is survived by his wife Norma, sister, Virginia Lehman, sisters in law, Diane Geiwitz, Martha Geiwitz, and many nieces and nephews.
Ed was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Leon, Harvey, and Don Geiwitz, sisters, Neva Montgomery, and Alice Shiderly.
Per his wishes a private burial will take place in Glenwood Cemetery Clark, PA.
Arrangements entrusted to the SHERMAN Funeral Home & Crematory LLC.

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Holly and Gary Harvey
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
Dear Aunt Norma, so sorry for your loss. Uncle Ed was a terrific guy and I loved him a lot. Hugs. - Holly and Gary

Annamarie Chizmar (Geiwitz) and Family
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
Uncle Ed you will truly be missed. You are always one of my favorites. I will never forget you bailing me out of my birdhouse project.

FRANK & KAREN DRASKOVIC
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
To Norma & Family

We are so sorry for your loss, and as neighbors & friends for over 60 years
he will be surely be missed. May he rest in Peace!

Wendy setting
   Posted Sat September 19, 2020
Aunt Norma I am so sorry about Uncle Ed. He gave me so many memories that I will cherish. I have never know a more kind, loving and funny man. What a blessing all the Geiwitz men were in my life. There are not enough words for me to express my love for my uncle. I will always remember the DIAMOND! 😄 hugs and kisses and many prayers.

Marlene Heath Geiwitz
   Posted Fri September 25, 2020
Norma,

I am so sorry for your loss.... I can still see the look on your face when I told you that I used to loved you guys at Tillie's funeral... You are right, I still do and always have.. Hugs. Ed was so full of love for everyone, such a gentle and caring sole. You just gotta love him!!! I will come over and see you when things get settled down.. Love, Marlene

Cindy Frazier-Mina
   Posted Mon October 26, 2020
Dear Norma, I am so sorry for your loss but so glad for Uncle Ed that he can now be fully healed and also see his parents and siblings in heaven. We all know what a wonderful man Ed was and how many people he helped and how kind and loving he was. Also, his clocks, his home, his farm, and his love for you all attested to his great intelligence. I remember his horse Gypsy and his motorcycle too, and how he "shared" them with all his nieces and nephews while at the same time teaching us to be respectful and careful. He taught us to milk cows too, w. great patience! I know you have family and friends left to help you, but surely you two were a perfect pair; thank you for being such good role models all my life.

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