Edwin
Edwin Charles Le Roy September 21, 1926 - February 5. 2005 Edwin Charles Le Roy, preceded in death by the love of his life Juanita, passed away peacefully at home on February 5, 2005. Ed is the father of two sons, Louis (Linda), Jerome (Norma) and one daughter Cynthia Clark (Chris). Ed is survived by two special sisters Erwinna and Mary; 7 grandchildren; and 4 great grandchildren. After Ed's discharge from the Navy, Ed and Juanita married and moved to Manhattan Beach in 1950. During his life, he dedicated many hours to the institution of Little League Baseball. As a coach and mentor, Ed helped many young men enjoy the summer tradition of Little League baseball in Manhattan Beach. Ed was one of many fathers that dedicated their time in building the American Martyrs Little League baseball field. Ed worked for Chevron for 40 years and over the last few years enjoyed visiting his buddy's at the weekly, Tuesday morning, pancake breakfast. Ed will be missed by his family and many friends as he joins his beautiful bride once again for their eternal life together. The family would like to thank the special angels of VITAS Hospice Care for the wonderful attention, dignity and care provided to Ed in his last days. The family would also like to recognize our wonderful neighbors for making Ed's life so special. In Lieu of Flowers, donations in Ed's name can be made to the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepard. Services will be held, Friday February 18, 11:00 AM, at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepard 21100 Victor Street, Torrance, Ca.

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  1. Ed and Juanita were customers and friends of ours when we owned WESTON JEWELERS. we adored both of them…When Ed had a heart attack and was in Little Company hospital,I asked your mom “can I bring him something”? she said “he loves the muffins from the Kettle” So there i was in the hospital with muffins…I did not know your mom passed away till i just read it in the Breeze..We share your sadness.

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