Edward Harry Stover

Edward Harry Stover

August 08, 1935 - March 22, 2024

Edward Harry Stover

August 08, 1935 - March 22, 2024


Edward Harry Stover, 88, of Beaver Falls, passed away peacefully in the early morning hours of Friday, March 22, 2024, in the comfort of his home.

Born on August 8, 1935, he was the son of the late John and Christine (Hovelman) Stover.

Ed was a proud veteran of the United States Air Force and had retired from the Carpenter’s Local Union #432.  He was Catholic by faith and had attended St. Monica Church of St. Augustine Parish and was part of the Holy Name Society.  Ed was, in fact, the jack of all trades who mastered them all and shared his knowledge with his family.  In his free time, Ed loved to paint beautiful oil paintings.

He is survived by his loving wife of 64 years, Jean (Vasas) Stover; his children, Edward S. Stover and his wife Becky, Cindy A. Stover, Kristine M. Evans, Maryann Hermick and her husband Eric, 15 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; a brother, John “Smokey” Stover and his wife Nancy, nieces, nephews, and many friends.

In addition to his parents, Ed was preceded in death by a daughter, Tami J. Patrick.

Ed’s wishes for cremation are being honored and no services are being planned at this time.

The GABAUER-LUTTON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION SERVICES, INC., Chippewa Twp., 117 Blackhawk Road, Beaver Falls, was honored to provide care and guidance to Ed’s family during this time.

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2 responses to Edward Harry Stover

  1. Don Houghton says:

    To the Stover family,
    Deepest sympathies on the passing of Edward Stover. May your fond memories live on forever. Prayers for you all.
    Don Houghtn and family

  2. To Jean and the children:
    My deepest sympathy for the loss of Ed. I will miss his sweet smile and quite sense of
    humor, but most of all his good heart when he would be at McDonalds before the
    guys would arrive and I would buss in a hurry between my clients on a cold day
    to grab a cup of coffee and he would say, “It’s on me” and I would say “No” and he would say, “Don’t argue with you elders”. I would have to agree with that as he would of been the age of my father. He was also known as the pancake flipper at
    the Holy Name Breakfast and when I came through the line he would give me one more sausage link or pancake and I would say “No” and he would say ” “One More For Polish Strength”. Thank-you Ed for those memories. Now, you can have your coffee and pancakes served by the Heavenly Angels in Heaven to you. Thank-you for all the hugs you gave me when you saw me and he would say, “Don’t tell my wife”. “I said I won’t”. Thank-you for the fond memories and friendship you gave to your friends you met all the time at McDonalds. Rest In Peace My Friend . Amen

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