Edward Charles Lanehart


  1. Dear Lanehart Family,
    I have some very fond memories of your sweet family. I’m very sorry to hear of Edward’s death. I wish I could be there and give all of you a big hug. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you. May the Lord hold you in his mighty arms.

    God Bless,
    Carol Fowler Jones

  2. I’m from Crockett, TX and although I haven’t visited with Edward since we were roommates for one semester at Sam Houston State University in the Pi Kappa Alpha House some thirty seven years ago, I read with great regret your loss in the Bryan-College Station Eagle. Edward was one of the nicest and most humorous guys I have ever encountered. I have always remembered his quick mind and very friendly personality. I certainly have remorse that I never had the opportunity to talk with Edward one more time. Our thoughts and prayers will be with your family through these trying times.

  3. I was saddened to hear of Eddie’s passing, while at the same time smiling and chuckling as I thought of all the fun times we had growing up at Calvary. Lots of love to all of the Lanehart family.

  4. “Edard” (as I called him so many years ago) was my very best friend when I lived across the road from him at 808 Dellwood Street circa 1963. I don’t think this address is even valid these days. We were an itinerant family and soon gone. But I’ll never forget the nights we sat up in the Sycamore tree and watched the neon propellors spin on the old Skyway Drive-In Theatre.

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