2017-04-19 / Obituaries

EDWARD "ED" REDD

EDWARD “ED” REDD, 64, of Haines City, FL (formerly of Almont), passed away Sunday, April 2, 2017, surrounded by his loving family.

Edward Allen Redd was born December 31, 1952. He is the son of Edward and the late Leota (Geiser) Redd. Ed grew up in Almont and is a 1972 graduate of Almont High School.

He married Kelly Jo Dawson in 2000 in Tawas. Ed and Kelly lived in Virginia for a few years before moving to Florida.

Ed worked in the restaurant business his whole adult life. He was a manager of Olive Garden in Virginia before transferring to Florida, where he retired in 2016.

He loved to travel with his wife, especially to Cancun, spend time with his grandchildren and golf when he could.

Ed is survived by his wife, Kelly Jo; father, Edward Redd; one step-daughter, Jennifer Lynn Shifflett; one step-son, Terry Wayne (Amber Lynn) Boner; five grandchildren, Kenneth Mikal Shifflett, Katelynn Marie Shifflett, Kacie Madison Shifflett, Hunter James Boner and Lucas Ryan Boner; two sisters, Diana (Jim) Nolan and Lorri (Jeff) Hamer; one brother, Eric (Judy) Redd; and four sistersin law, Deb Dawson, Marsha Couey, Terry Quillen and Peggy Van Hooser.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Leota Redd; his sister, Julie Covert; three nephews, Derek Nolin, Mathew Covert and Nicholas Redd.

Those wishing to make memorial contributions may direct them to: Orlando Cancer Center, 14005 Orange Ave., Orlando, FL 32806 or Hubbard House, 29 W. Miller St., Orlando, FL 32806.

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