Edward Grant Cmela

Edward Grant Cmela

October 03, 1930 - June 29, 2005

Edward Grant Cmela

October 03, 1930 - June 29, 2005


Edward Grant Cmela 74
Died June 29, 2005 in Laguna Hills, CA . He is survived by his Loving Wife Dorothy Cmela , beloved Daughters: Kathy Kramer and Lee Lesneski Son: Bill Cmela and his 9 Grandchildren and 2 Great grandchildren with 3 great-grandchildren preceded their great-grandfather to heaven. Services will be held on Wednesday July 6, 2005 – 10:00AM at Riverside National Cemetery with full military honors by the U.S.A.F. Blue Eagles. The family requests that in lieu of flowers donations be made in Edward’s name to the American Heart Association.

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7 responses to Edward Grant Cmela

  1. We will greatly miss you Ed, your generosity and good nature and truely 1 of a kind! You always made every problem seem like no big deal and always lent a helping hand. And what proud grandparents!!

  2. I have very fond memories of my cousin, Ed Cmela. He and Dorothy welcomed me to CA when I started training at UCLA Medical School in 1976. I lived with them for 3 months before moving to West LA and they generously treated me as family. Ed’s humor, love of life and his care for Uncle Bill, his Dad, was praiseworthy. Finally, I still remember that as a little boy I attended Ed’s wedding in DC and had the privilege of kissing his beautiful bride, Dorothy. Needless to say, they lived an exciting and loving relationship all these years that we now honor in reflecting on Ed’s rewarding life. Joe

  3. All of our Love and Condolences to the Cmela family in your recent loss of Edward. A wonderful husband, father, and friend that we all loved so much. I will always remember that smile, laugh, and love of life that made him special to us.
    With All Our Love,
    Mike,Ava,Ashley, & Scott Spooner

  4. Ed was my Dad’s nephew, my cousin.
    We live in VA and vacationed in CA with the Cmela’s about 18 years ago. The most loving family ever. I will never forget the hospitality shown to us by Ed and his family and zest for life the whole family posessed. Ed was a wonderful loving man. He will not be forgotten. All my love to the family. Sharon

  5. Tina Kramer says:

    We all love you Grandpa!

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