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Tuesday, 19 September 2017



Oh... my condolences to Tina and rest of Ed's family, and you and Cathy. I've really enjoyed the posts from Ed that bring a different "flavor" and will miss his writing. May he rest in peace.


I'm gonna miss Ed's posts about Yuma.


I am so sorry to hear about Ed. I always enjoyed his posts, especially his last one about the pub in Oregon and the family connection. Interesting that his last post included his picture! Rest in peace, Ed.


My condolences to the entire mmmyoso family for the loss.


My condolences.
I will miss Ed's contributions.


I'm so sorry to hear about Ed, my condolences to all. I will miss his posts.


My deepest sympathy and condolences to Tina and the mmm-yoso family on Ed's loss. I will miss his informative and humorous posts.


So very sorry to hear this news. Really enjoyed his posts. Best to his family and friends.


My condolences. I've never stopped by Yuma but enjoyed his post nonetheless.

Christina C

So sorry for this loss of someone who was obviously a friend and a great contributor to the site.

Alan in Clairemont

My condolences to the Mmm Yoso Team.....his posts shall and will be missed.

Kenneth Bonus

My condolences to his family and friends. His posts on the food scene in Yuma were great. Whenever we passed thru town, we checked out one of his spots and were never disappointed. Hoping he's enjoying the endless buffett in heaven!


I didn't know Rd, but as a lurker her for years I always felt good that he would share a little window into his life.
He will be missed.
Condolences to his family and Mmm-Yoso.


Oh no!!!! I am so sad to hear this. I absolutely adored all of his posts. What a sad surprise.


So very sorry to read of Ed's passing. His recent posts on Medford we're such a pleasure to read as I spent part of my childhood there and in Jacksonville. My condolences to Tina, his family and friends.


Our family sends its sympathy and condolences to Tina and to the Yoso family. Never met Ed, only knew him from these posts but from just that you could tell that he was a very kind, inquisitive, and well-written man who enjoyed life and friends. He will be missed.


My condolences to his family and friends. What a difficult loss. I have always enjoyed and appreciated his pleasant posts about Yuma eateries.

Hangzhou Hero

Terrible news. I really enjoyed reading his contributions. Thoughts are with you and his loved ones.


I'm so sad to hear this. Ed, you will be missed. Thank you for your contributions to the blog!


My condolences. I've been an avid reader of the mmmyoso blog and I loved every contribution including Ed's. I hope everyone can have time to rest and heal.

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