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EDWARD JOHN FEDUNIW (published on February 28, 2009)

EDWARD JOHN FEDUNIW Edward John Feduniw, age 71 passed away suddenly on February 24, 2009. He was born October 29, 1937 in Runnymede, Saskatchewan, Canada. His family moved to Winnipeg Manitoba in 1941 where he grew up until he joined the Canadian National Army at age 16 where he served in various locations across Canada. At the age of 20 he was discharged and moved back to Winnipeg where he met his beloved wife Ellen Elizabeth (Betty) Feduniw. They married in 1960 and had their first son Christopher in 1962. They then moved to Southern California in 1965 where they had their second son, Neil in 1968. After working several years as a lumber salesman for various companies, Ed ventured into his own enterprise in 1971 and started H M Wholesale Lumber Co. The business grew into one of Southern California largest wholesale lumber companies and established customers as far as Las Vegas NV and Phoenix AZ. In 1992 Ed decided to pursue other ventures. He closed down the lumber business and went into full retirement in 1998. Retirement years brought travel around the world and included many famous fishing trips where stories of the big one that got away will continue for years to come. He is survived by his wife Betty; two sons Chris (Indie) and Neil (Melina), four grandchildren, Alyssa, Amber, Nathan, and Connor; brothers Leon (Mildred) and Roy (Teri), sister Joyce (Joe) and predeceased brother Terry (Anne) and numerous nieces and nephews. A memorial will be held Monday, March 2, at 11:00 a.m. at Desert View Funeral Home Memorial Park, 11478/11500 Amargosa Rd. Victorville CA 92392. In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be made to your favourite charity in honour of Ed.


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