Edward J. Enggasser Jr.
Edward J. Enggasser, Jr. passed away on May 5, 2021 after a struggle compounding health issues. He is survived by his beloved wife of 29 years Anne M. Enggasser (nee Burke), children William F and Hannah J Enggasser as well as his grandchildren Winston R, and Octavia R Enggasser. Beyond his immediate family, he is survived by Adeline Teteris, mother, Edward J Enggasser, Sr, father, and sisters Adeline Wilson and Margarette Moncayo. Ed was a dedicated father, who was always there for his children and was extremely proud to be a Grandpa. He had a passion for Genealogy and was always excited when he discovered a new branch in the family tree. He was a proud alumnus of La Salle College, class of 1984, and dearly loved his native city of Philadelphia, PA. Ed was a dutiful employee of the IRS for the last 30 years and looked forward to retiring to spend more time with his grandchildren. Relatives and friends are invited to Edward’s Memorial Service Saturday 6/12, 11am, Craft Funeral Home of Erdenheim, 814 .Bethlehem Pike, Erdenheim, PA 19038. Where friends may call from 10am to 11am. In lieu of flowers contributions in Edwards’s name may be made to the American Diabetes Association.
Rest In Peace big brother. I’ll remember you lovingly and will miss you always! 😢 XO
My heart will hurt forever knowing that you left is way too soon. I hope you are resting in peace. Saying goodbye was so very hard but I am grateful that I did get that chance. Sleep well my brother, you are loved and be so missed!
Rest in peace Eddie.
I will sorely miss my dearest friend from childhood. So many happy memories with him and his family. He knocked on my door every morning so we could walk to school together at Incarnation parish. We had our music lessons on Saturdays and went to church together on Sundays, so we saw each other every day of the week. His family was kind, welcoming and generous to me. I recall being included at parties at his house, family dinners, picnics and movie nights with a screen and projector in the parlor. We even both became tax accountants! He and his family will always remain in my prayers.
Rest In Peace my son I love you and will look for you on Reserection morning
So sorry for your loss
Ed was so welcoming and brightened my high school years with his kindness. It is so sad that he is gone. My heart goes out to his family, may your fond memories keep him alive in your hearts.
Rest easy Eddie.
My Inky bud,only recently did we reconnect, looked forward to some old days reminiscing. God’s speed bud. Be at peace bud.
Many a time I have thought of you and your sisters throughout the years. Of the times we hung out at your house. I know that your sisters were more my friends, but you were always nice to me….. a sweet soul. You and your family will be remembered in my prayers and in my thoughts.
Rest In Peace. You are gone way to soon. I hope you are at peace.
To the family of Ed Enggasser –
Ed and I worked together for 26 years at the Internal Revenue Service. I am truly saddened by his sudden and unexpected passing. I enjoyed working with Ed and spoke to him from time to time about the usual stuff like work, health, family and retirement. My thoughts and prayers are with you. May your memories bring you peace and comfort.
I’m deeply saddened for the loss of Ed’s life way too soon. I am so sorry he didn’t get to spend more time with his beloved grandchildren. They were clearly his joy.
Eddie, I have many fond memories of good times with Cissy, you, and the Enggasser family. I’m glad to have known you as a classmate and friend. My family all sends sincere condolences to all those who will always love and miss you.
I hear your inner voice, friend. Rest in peace.
Ed, or Eddie as I remember you:
I am so sorry that you are gone. Much too soon.
I don’t have many memories of grade school but
I always remembered Eddie Enggasser!
May the memories made comfort those you loved
and those who loved you.
Fly high, Ed and rest easy my Only classmate.
Ed two children was the loves of his life. All you had to do was ask about Hana and William to bring out his smile and make the sunshine for Ed . All the darkness in his eyes would disappear and a smile would quickly come. You could see the love and pride he had because he was their father. The last time we spoked I could hear the joy he had in his voice about Hana graduation but their was also fear and sadness because anyone who really knew Ed knows he didn’t like change.
I went to lunch with Ed for 10 years and I can truly say, he was FUNNY.
Ed had an offbeat sense of humor and was silly. I will miss him with all his silliness.
God bless his Soul in the Paradise of Joy, and support his family and friends.
Rest in Peace, Eddie.
I remember your jokes and your laugh.
Central High School (238)
I will always remember your smile Ed……may you rest in peace 💔💜
To the family, I am 💔 for you all & I hope in time the memories you have shared will bring more peace than pain💜💜
My heart breaks for your family. May your memories of Ed comfort you. My condolences to all of you ❤️
Ed was a dear friend in grade school and it was my good fortune to know him. Please accept my condolences and may God grant you comfort at this time
Rest in peace ed. You were taken from us too soon. Love you always. You will be missed.
Rest in peace, Ed, one of my oldest friends. May his memory be a blessing. <3
God Bless you Ed. Rest in Peace. Prayers and strength to you Anne, we love you and to Hannah, Will and family.