Edward Eidam

Edward Eidam

May 23, 1955 March 17, 2020

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Obituary for Edward Nelson Eidam

Edward N. Eidam, 64, of Robeson Twp., passed away on March 17th in his residence. He was the husband of Suzanne Eidam of 36 years.

Born in Reading, he is survived by his mother, Alice M. Kostival, Reading and predeceased by his father, Henry A. Eidam, Reading.

He worked at GPU as a Lab Technician for 26 years. An ’01 Graduate of BTI, he received his Associates Degree as an IT Support Specialist. He worked at Reading Hospital/Tower Health as the Lead PC Support Specialist for 17 ½ years. He was a member of the NRA and Green Hills Sportsman’s Club. He also enjoyed cruising and scuba diving.

He was a beloved son, brother, husband, father and granddad. He loved spending time with his family. He was always able to make everyone laugh with his unique sense of humor. His heart also belonged to the variety of pets he had over the years.

Also surviving are three children: Ashley, wife of Bobby Johnson, Blandon; Jesse, husband of Nina Eidam, West Lawn; and Edward, husband of Barbara Eidam, Reading.

He is also survived by a sister, Roseann, wife of Jonathan Reinhold; two grandchildren, Raelynn and Avery Eidam and one step-grandson, Dylan Johnson and many nieces and nephews whom he loved dearly.

Services are private and at the convenience of the family.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his memory to The Wolf Sanctuary of PA, 465 Speedwell Forge Rd, Lititz, PA 17543.

Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc. of West Reading is honored to assist the family.

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Marcia Ayala

To Sue and family I am so sorry for the loss of your husband and father. I know , no words can take away the pain. Sue I will be praying for you to be strong for your children .Its very hard I know from experience.Be safe in these trying times. I send my love. Your friend Marcia Ayala and family.🙏🏻
Comment | Posted at 10:51am via Condolence

Matt Chelius

I'm very sorry to hear about the passing of Ed. My wife, Jackie, and I worked with Ed over many years at GPU. He was a good guy, always willing to help his co-workers with any problems that would arise. I will always remember his cowboy boots. Rest in peace, Ed.
Comment | Posted at 11:18pm via Condolence

art blatt

To Suzanne and her children, to Aunt Alice, my cousin Roseann, my deepest sympathies on the loss of Eddie. My prayers are with you all. Art Blatt
Comment | Posted at 10:09am via Condolence

Barbara Hughes

I was very sad to see that Ed passed away. He was way too young. My deepest sympathies to his wife, children, and all his family/friends. He was always so kind and helpful when he worked on my computer. He always said "you work in the Bermuda Triangle" because no matter where I was moved to in the office, I always had issues that he had to come fix. I always told him Reading Hospital needed to hire more people so he could spend time with his family. He would just laugh and continue working. Again, I am so sorry that you lost such a nice man. Prayers for all. Barb Hughes
Comment | Posted at 08:34am via Condolence

Joseph Hoffert

Sorry for your loss Alice, Roseann, and family My Love and Prayers, Joey Hoffert
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