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Edwin (Eddie) Alan Eastvold

Visitation:
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Visitation Location:
Pitman Funeral Home, 1545 Wentzville Parkway, Wentzville, Missouri 63385

Service:
Date: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Time: 3:00pm

Service Location:
Pitman Funeral Home, 1545 Wentzville Parkway, Wentzville, Missouri 63385

Interment:
Private Family Cemetery


Memorials/Donations
In Lieu of flowers a donation may be made to American Cancer Society in care of Pitman Funeral Home P. O. Box 248 Wentzville, MO. 63385

Obituary
On Monday June 11th 2018, Edwin Alan Eastvold (Eddie) lost his heroic battle with cancer. He is now teeing it up in heaven with his father Steven Eastvold and we are sure it will be the best round they have ever played. Ed leaves his Mother Barbra of Lake St. Louis, brothers; Randy of Fort Myers, KC of Kansas City, sister Lynette of Foristell, and 2 very special people; brother-in-law, Skip Barr and sister-in-law, Carola Eastvold. Ed is also survived by many nieces and nephews who will now miss the loving arms of their Uncle Eddie, son Alex and daughter Kenzie. Last but not least, also struggling with the loss of Eddie is the love of his life, girlfriend, Marisel Kohl and her family. Ed met Marisel not long after he was first diagnosed with cancer. She was Godís angel sent to love and care for him. Ed was born on a cold winter day February 19, 1968 in Ada Minnesota. From there his family moved to Michigan for 15 years finally settling in Lake Saint Louis where he graduated from Holt High School in 1986. Ed worked for Ford Motor Company in Hazelwood Missouri until its closing, and then for GFI Digital in Hazelwood Missouri where he serviced copy machines. He loved going to work in a hands on environment and interacting with people. He was one of their top employees of the month time and time again. Ed loved golfing, hunting, and hanging out with family and friends. His most favorite pastime was in the fall when his beloved Minnesota Vikings were playing. Donít even think of getting between him and the TV or you would regret it! Skoll!!

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