Edmund Bliss Titcomb

January 18, 1924 - December 28, 2004

01/18/1924 - 12/28/2004

Past Services

Cemetery
Monday January 31, 2005
3:00 pm
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, VA
202-695-3250 or | Directions
Service
Monday January 31, 2005
3:00 pm
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, VA
202-695-3250 or | Directions

Virginia Beach- Edmund Bliss Titcomb, CDR. USN Ret. died December 28, 2004 at his residence. He was born in Houlton, Maine on January 18, 1924. Mr. Titcomb went on to become a Naval Aviator and Commander retiring in 1972. He was also an avid golfer, a fan and season ticket holder for Old Dominion Basketball, and drove for the Red Cross. Mr. Titcomb is predeceased by his son Edmund Bliss Titcomb, Jr.

Mr. Titcomb is survived by his wife Dorothy Flynt Titcomb; two daughters Jane Yancey and husband Tom of Virginia Beach and Judy Hoffenberger and husband Joe of Virginia Beach; one sister Jean Denyer and husband Ray of Winter Park, FL.; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild and numerous other family and friends.

A graveside service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery on January 31, 2005 at 3:00 p.m. Altmeyer Funeral Home Virginia Beach is handling the arrangements. Please visit this memorial at altmeyer.com In lieu of flowers please send memorial contributions to the American Lung Association 5349 E. Princess Anne Road, Norfolk, VA. 23502 or Old Dominion University Inter Collegiate Foundation, Norfolk, VA. 23529.

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Gary & Carolyn Knowles
7 years ago

Dear Dot,

You & your family have been – and will continue to be – in our prayers. May you feel God’s loving presence as He provides the comfort and peace that only He can give during this difficult time.

With love,

Gary & Carolyn

Wendell D. Sloane
7 years ago

Dear family and friends of Edmund Titcomb,

Please accept my condolences pertaining to the death of Mr. Titcomb.

The death of a loved one can be something that is difficult to accept and endure. Even though this is the case, there is a strong hope for the future. God’s Word the Bible tells us about the hope of the resurrection at John 5:28,29. It tells us that in the future God will bring back to life individuals who have fallen asleep in death.

If you would like to get further details pertaining to this hope, please feel free to write me back at the corresponding e-mail address.

Wendell D. Sloane

Thomas J. Lochen
7 years ago

Dear Tom, Jane, and Family,

Please accept our sincerest condolences on your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

The Lochen Family

Annette Mayo
7 years ago

DEATH is an enemy of life, because we have a built-in desire to live and enjoy life with our family and friends forever. Therefore, losing a love one can be distressing, so it is important to draw close to God in prayer, the Bible promises that ìhe himself will sustain you.î ñPsalm 55:22.

At these times, we need encouragement and hope, so that we can cope with our loss. For that reason we can be encouraged by reflecting on the promises that God has given us in his word the Bible, concerning the hope of seeing our love ones again. I hope that you find comfort in reading these Scriptures: John 11:11-44, John 5:21,28,29 and revelation 21:4. My prayers are with your family.

Margaret Stephenson
7 years ago

Dorothy; Our prayers are with you and your family.

Marty

Mary E. Smith
7 years ago

Dot,

Our thoughts are with you at this difficult time. All the wonderful memories from your years together will be with you always.

Love,

Bill, Mary, Gavin, Brian and Karen Smith

Ron Heath
7 years ago

My staff and I here at the American Red Cross, Transportation Department will truely miss Ed. Not only his driving but his nice personality, he was a blessing to talk with. I was excited when he talked about his eye sight inproving. He was always positive and I am going to miss him.

Mark Mansfield
7 years ago

To the family and friends of Mr. Titcomb: Thank you for the memories that I have of a gentleman, family man, and a friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.

Sincerely,

Mark Mansfield & Family

Hazel Meyer
7 years ago

You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Love Hazel,Kristinia,Michael and Riley