In Memory

Eddie Siddens

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05/30/14 06:08 PM #1    

Richard Winter

From Al Lederer:

05/31/14 03:48 PM #2    

Gail Weintraub (Stern)

Although I didn't know Eddie well, I remember him as a solid guy with a shy, funny sense of humor. He would sometimes hang out with Richard Montague (who is still missing on the Missing Classmates list); I found this to be an intriguing friendship. I was hoping to reconnect with both of them on this Virtual Reunion website. I am sad that this can not happen with Eddie. RIP





06/04/14 11:39 PM #3    

Rick Steiner

Eddie and I spent many a Friday evening playing poker up on Woolper Avenue with Jim Finger and other young Runyonesque characters. In junior high school he was a very advanced player who I found to be quite a formidable opponent . He also had a great sense of humor .We drifted apart after he left Walnut Hills but I am not surprised at how successful he was. I was sorry to learn of his passing.

07/06/14 09:49 PM #4    

Nelson Abanto

Eddie and I were friends, but like so many from Walnut Hills, I lost touch with him after High School.

I did not realize he was a Marine and served in Viet Nam about the same time I did:

And when he gets to heaven,
To St. Peter he will tell,
"Another Marine reporting, Sir,
I've served my time in Hell!"

08/20/20 01:28 AM #5    

Philip Spiess

Eddie Siddons and I were in the same Boy Scout troop, Troop 3, in Clifton for awhile.  He was a quirky, but by no means unpleasant, guy. 

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