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Edward J. Twining

Pictured above is Ed smiling for our photographers at our 50th High School Reunion on September 25th, 2015. He sat at our table for dinner and we spoke about the farming in Bucks County.  My husband, Doug, cut out his obituary for us all to read.  Goodbye to another 65 classmate. Gale Wiik

 I am sadden to hear about Ed, spoke to him at the reunion dinner. I made some great friends at CR starting with the football team and I have fond memories of him playing football. Les Waller

Ed Twining was invited by his neighbor, Linda Permar Weber  as a "surprise guest" to one of the 65 Girls' Luncheons. He surprised us all by coming and was charming as ever with all the ladies there in @2014 at the Pineville Tavern.  Gale Wiik

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01/18/17 04:11 PM #1    

Barb Jerrom (Topham)

I am so sorry to hear the news about Ed.  I gave him a big hug at the 50th reunion the evening of October 26, 2015 and felt good about reconnecting with him as a 1965 classmate!  He smiled back and that memory will be with me forever!!!  Thank you, Peggy and Jerry DeYoung for their photographs of the evening catching Ed having a good time.  May he rest in peace.

Barb Jerrom Topham

01/18/17 11:27 PM #2    

Steve Miller

Rest in peace dear Eddie. We had some great personalities in our class but you were unique. So many funny memories but as I mentioned in the past my favorite was your response to the question from Russ Van Camp in sex ed ( which of course was called something else) when asked about the difference between petting and necking (why this was a question is now a mystery to me). You responded that necking was from the neck up, petting was from the neck down. Could that be more accurate.

Love to all,


01/25/17 12:28 PM #3    

Michael Royack

May our classmate Ed Rest In Peace. May we all share the fond memories of our time at CR and remember each other with happiness. 

01/25/17 01:40 PM #4    

Elizabeth Eppler (Kulick)

Rest in Peace Ed! My high school memory is our dancing in a talent show. Then a little later 1985- 1995 each year at the Middletown Grange Fair, me working for the community college and Ed helping out at the Grange Fair. Interesting times! May Ed be meeting up with our fellow classmates that passed before his time.

03/22/17 11:05 PM #5    

Robert "Robin" Hunt, Jr. (Hunt)

Ed and his farm family were a Newtown icon of the pastoral rural life that once filled the hills of Bucks County. I can recall his Aunt at the farm on a spring afternoon driving a team of draft horses across the field,  and yes she still preferred them to Ed's dad tractor. That family farmimg tradition never really left Ed, and was pleased to know him over the years. Ed attended my mothers funeral  in 1995, and I reminded him of that at the 2015 CR Reunion. He replied that that our families friendship had spanned the decades and meant to be honored. Ed Twining you were an original and will be missed. Rest in Peace.



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