EDWIN R. ED HAMMOND

September 9, 1944 - November 19, 2004

09/09/1944 - 11/19/2004

Past Services

Visitation
Monday November 22, 2004
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home - Shadyside
3900 Central Ave.
Shadyside, OH 43947
740-676-4310 | Directions
Cemetery
Tuesday November 23, 2004
Belmont County Memorial Park
St. Clairsville, OH 43950
740-695-3101 Ke | Directions
Service
Tuesday November 23, 2004
11:00 am
Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Home - Shadyside
3900 Central Ave.
Shadyside, OH 43947
740-676-4310 | Directions

EDWIN R. "ED" HAMMOND, 60 OF 4510 CENTRAL AVENUE SHADYSIDE, OHIO DIED FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19, 2004 AT HIS HOME.

ED WAS BORN SEPTEMBER 9, 1944 IN NEW YORK CITY, A SON OF THE LATE RUSSELL AND KATHERINE GEPPERT HAMMOND.

ED WAS RETIRED FROM THE SHADYSIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND A CATHOLIC BY FAITH.

HE WAS PRECEDED IN DEATH BY A SISTER, KATHERINE McLEOD.

SURVIVING ARE HIS WIFE, LINDA ALEXANDER HAMMOND, TWO DAUGHTERS, MICHELE HAMMOND AND LORI DAVID LOVE, ALL OF SHADYSIDE, AND A GRANDSON, CHRISTOPHER HAMMOND.

FRIENDS WILL BE RECEIVED MONDAY 6 PM TO 8 PM AT THE BAUKNECHT-ALTMEYER FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, 3900 CENTRAL AVENUE SHADYSIDE, OHIO, WHERE FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT 11 AM TUESDAY WITH MONSIGNOR GENE W. MULLETT OFFICIATING.

INTERMENT IN BELMONT MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY, ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO.

MILITIARY SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTED BY THE BELMONT COUNTY COUNCIL OF THE VFW.

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Tysie
7 years ago

He is so wonderful guy who took me to transport to OSD. I had so many good memorial of him.. while I was michele’s bestest friend.. I called him as my second family.. He is wonderful guy in my life.. I love you guys so much .

Lee Donahue
7 years ago

I grew up in Shadyside Ohio, went to grade school and high school there. Ed was a police officer in Shadyside at the time.Let’s say I got to know Ed very well. Anyway Ed was a great man and a father to his children. I knew his daughter Michelle. Anyway I have been living in Las Vegas Nevada for 17 years now, and just last night nov. 24th I was preparing my thanksgiving day feast, and for some reason Ed popped into my head after 17 whole years. I thought to myself I wonder how Ed Hammond and his family are doing. I wonder if they are preparing their Thanksgiving dinner as well. The next morning today nov 25th thanksgiving day I was out walking my dog Titus, and called my mother who lives in Shadyside, and she asked me if I rememberd Ed Hammond and I said yes, why do you ask. My mother said that he passed away the other day, I could not believe it because I just thought about him last night after 17 years, anyway I thought that it was strange at first, but then I thought about it, Ed was kinda like a father figure to me when I was younger and wilder. So Ed I love you and will miss you. May you rest in Piece… Lee Donahue

Greg and Darlene Smith
7 years ago

Linda,

Sorry to hear about Ed. We go back a long way and have a lot of good memories. We always enjoyed sharing our birthday. He was a good friend and would help you if you needed him. He will be missed.

Love,

Darlene and Greg

Dale Alexander
7 years ago

Linda, I send my deepest condolences on your loss. I met Ed during one of my visits from Hawaii when my Dad brought me down to Shadyside. We stopped at the video store where you worked and Ed came in while I was there. Take care of yourself and your remaining family. All my sincere wishes to you during the approaching holiday season.

Stephanie Bellville
7 years ago

Lori,

I just heard about your Dad. My deepest heartfelt condolences in your loss.

Bud Bates
7 years ago

Michelle, We are sorry to learn of the death of your father. We send our sympathy to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Chuck Reese
7 years ago

My prayers are with you and your family. I was a patrolman back in the late 1970’s and worked with Ed. He was a good man and I know he will be missed…

emilie nagy
7 years ago

my prayers are with your family.

Brook & Sheri Warren
7 years ago

Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. “Constable Ed” became “Good Friend Ed” as I grew up. While on the Fire Department, I could always count on assistance from Ed if he was on duty and we needed more hands or just chatting on the ramp while he checked for speeders on the loop. My life is truly a better one because I knew the man.