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“Cindy, what a shock - very sorry for the family's loss and my prayers are with you. Really enjoyed getting to know Ed through our years at Kerrville...Read More »
1 of 80 | Posted by: Charlie Boyd - Gordon, TX

“Wow, how great it is to read so many great things about Ed. While he is technically my Dad's cousin, he has always been Uncle Ed to me and now my...Read More »
2 of 80 | Posted by: Mike Sylvester - Oceanside, CA

“Ed was a friend to everyone at Camp Allen. He was a joy to be with everytime he visited. He will be missed by each and every member of our staff. ...Read More »
3 of 80 | Posted by: George Dehan - Navasota, TX

“I'm very sorry for you're family's loss. ”
4 of 80 | Posted by: Jennifer Marchese - San Antonio, TX

“So sorry for your loss. Ed was a really nice person. It was a pleasure working with him. ”
5 of 80 | Posted by: Trina Montemayor - Austin, TX

“Eddie immediately made me feel like a member of the family from the moment I met him. Eddie was always smiling and had a great sense of humor. I...Read More »
6 of 80 | Posted by: Karen Sylvester - Oceanside, CA

“Dear Aunt Cindy, I can't believe that this happened to Uncle Eddie. The second I heard, I was immediatly in tears. I will always think back to my...Read More »
7 of 80 | Posted by: Ryan Sylvester - Oceanside, CA

“Cindy and daughters, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband and father. My thoughts and prayers will be with you. Love, Lloyd-Ann ”
8 of 80 | Posted by: Lloyd-Ann McMahan - Bozeman, MT

“I will miss Ed at the Softball Fields. I did some games Ed and have alot respect for him. My sympathy goes to his Family and Friends. May God Bless...Read More »
9 of 80 | Posted by: Gilberto Herrera - Austin, TX

“Dear Cindy and family My thoughts and prayers are with you during these very difficult days. I will be in touch by phone this weekend. I...Read More »
10 of 80 | Posted by: Marty (Leach) Stevens - TX

“It has been many years since we did the Texas Arts and Craft Show, but we always enjoyed seeing Ed and Cindy and having great conversations. We still...Read More »
11 of 80 | Posted by: Bill and Maggie Fnley - Mico, TX

“I will miss Ed at the Softball Fields. I did some games with Ed and have alot respect for him. My sympathy goes to his Family and Friends. May God...Read More »
12 of 80 | Posted by: Gilberto Herrera - Austin, TX

“I knew Ed Werland from Pony and Colt baseball and the 1967 Class of Reagan HS. Ed was good people from good stock, smart, funny, fun. I think I...Read More »
13 of 80 | Posted by: Dale Stobaugh - Austin, TX

“Cindy, Jennifer, and Vanessa. Ed was a wonderful, giving person, and I will miss him. He would make me laugh with a silly comment and lift my...Read More »
14 of 80 | Posted by: Gail Kincaid - Austin, TX

“Ed will be surely missed by all that ever had the chance to meet him, even once. I personally knew Ed for over 20 years, as he taught class after...Read More »
15 of 80 | Posted by: Craig VanBaarle - Kerrville, TX

“To the family Ed was a great person to know I enjoyed calling games with him, he will be missed on the field, May god bless everyone at this time....Read More »
16 of 80 | Posted by: tyrone haywood - Austin, TX

“Cindy, We live on Top Cove and even though we didn't know you or your husband well, we still feel awful about your tremendous loss. I remember...Read More »
17 of 80 | Posted by: Gary and Elaine Shelton - Austin, TX

“Cindy and Family, I extend my sincere sympathy to you during your time of grief. May the precious memories of the beautiful times you had and the...Read More »
18 of 80 | Posted by: Linda Ranney Hendry - TX

“Dear Cindy, I am so sorry for your Loss, no words can express how much I will miss him! You two made the shows a lot more fun!! He always had a...Read More »
19 of 80 | Posted by: Vanessa(Piper) Bratko - TX

“Cindy, I just learned of Ed's passing,please accept our sympathy. Our prayers are with you, Jennifer and Vanessa. Thinking of you. Love, Lou...Read More »
20 of 80 | Posted by: Lou & Letty Quiroga - Austin, TX

“Cindy, I was so sorry to hear about the passing of your husband. Please accept my condolences. DKG love, Dee Ann Archer ”
21 of 80 | Posted by: Dee Ann Archer - Decatur, TX

“There is no one I ever worked with at TPWD that I hold in higher esteem or regard than Ed. We always made time for each other and the skills and...Read More »
22 of 80 | Posted by: Tim Hufstedler - Kerrville, TX

“I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I have known Cindy and Ed all my life. I used to as a young girl babysit for them. Ed was always smiling and...Read More »
23 of 80 | Posted by: Debra Uriegas - Neosho, MO

“I am a fellow artist, and my wife and I would like to extend our condolences to your family in this time of your sadness. ”
24 of 80 | Posted by: Carlos & Carol Moseley - TX

“Ed's and my duties at TPW often crossed paths. Ed was a delight and always good for a chuckle. He will be missed. It is so obvious from the messages...Read More »
25 of 80 | Posted by: Kathryn Nichols - Manchaca, TX

“Ed was a ray of sunshine at TPWD. He always had a ready smile, a funny story and a sympathetic ear. He lifted my spirits many times when things...Read More »
26 of 80 | Posted by: Ron Simpson - austin, TX

“Cindy (and Jennifer and Venessa). Words cannot express our sorrow but we want you to know how much we thought of Ed and how much we will miss him...Read More »
27 of 80 | Posted by: Richard and Sarah Korczynski - TX

“Dear Cindy, I just learned about the death of your husband. Please accept my sympathy in this time of intense sorrow. May strength and courage...Read More »
28 of 80 | Posted by: Karen M Duke - Austin, TX

“My deepest condolences to the Werland Family. Ed and I worked in the same office building for Texas Parks and Wildlife. He always went out of his...Read More »
29 of 80 | Posted by: Jennifer M. Ygnacio - Austin, TX

“Ed you were one of the kindest, most thoughtful souls I have ever known. God bless you and your family. ”
30 of 80 | Posted by: Tim Hogsett - Buda, TX

“In such a short time that I had an honor to know Ed, I was humbled by his kindness and angelical presence.My condolences to his family and friends....Read More »
31 of 80 | Posted by: Parvin Kavehkar - Austin, TX

“We are so blessed to have known Ed, he was one of the kindest, thoughtful souls I have ever known and a wonderful co worker and friend. I will miss...Read More »
32 of 80 | Posted by: Kim Conner - Austin, TX

“we have known Ed for almost 20 years. cannot ever remember a frown on his face. sure wished we could have spent more time instead of just a few...Read More »
33 of 80 | Posted by: Walter and Michele Cooling - TX

“Dear Family: I am so sorry for your loss. It was a pleasure working with ED. May the love of all around you bring you strength and consolation ...Read More »
34 of 80 | Posted by: Barbara Welch - Manor, TX

“Just want to wish the family the best in this time of sadness. I am sure Ed would want you to celebrate the life you had with him and not the sadness...Read More »
35 of 80 | Posted by: Bob Kincheloe-class of 67 - TX

“My condolences to the family ... Dillon Powers is in Salzburg, Austria however I called him as soon as I learned of this news. God's Speed, Ed. ”
36 of 80 | Posted by: Michael Alder - Austin, TX

“Cindy: I am so sorry for your loss. My love and prayers are with you and your family. God Bless you all and guide you through these tough times. ...Read More »
37 of 80 | Posted by: Mary Villegas - Kingwood, TX

“I have many wonderful memories of playing with Eddie and Bobby on the breeze way between Granny's and Aunt M's. Eddie you will be missed. Love to all...Read More »
38 of 80 | Posted by: Kathy Spahni - Houston, TX

“In all the training sessions I attended while employeed at Texas Parks & Wildlife it was clear that Ed LOVED his family. From time to time he would...Read More »
39 of 80 | Posted by: Bill Grubbs - Aledo, TX

“He represented himself and his family in a very respectable manner. It was obvious that he was a great father, husband and friend. I send my love and...Read More »
40 of 80 | Posted by: Christina Vasquez - Austin, TX

“I will never forget the fun times we all had when we visited at Aunt M's. The times were few but they meant so much and are rememdered as some of my...Read More »
41 of 80 | Posted by: pauletta r gori - needville, TX

“I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Werland my rookie year of umpiring clinic, he was returning to umpire and it showed that he had experience in...Read More »
42 of 80 | Posted by: Maria Herrera - Kyle/Austin, TX

“Cindy, I am so sorry to learn of the loss of your husband. He sounds like a wonderful man, but then, who else would you choose to spend your life...Read More »
43 of 80 | Posted by: Ann Rogers - La Grange, TX

“We are so sorry about the passing of Ed. We always enjoyed visiting with him at the art shows. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. ...Read More »
44 of 80 | Posted by: Ronnie & Melinda Smith - killeen, TX

“Ed will be missed. Ed was always kind to me when I was growing up. Later in life, he would always stop to talk to me when he noticed I was visiting...Read More »
45 of 80 | Posted by: Chuck Bennett - Florence, TX

“Ed will be so greatly missed at the Texas State Arts and Crafts Fair. It just didn't seem to matter what the weather was doing, he always had such a...Read More »
46 of 80 | Posted by: Rhonda Taylor - Kerrville, TX

“Ed left us all with many wonderful memories yet these are the things I remember most; there is always right and wrong, don't forget to make life fun,...Read More »
47 of 80 | Posted by: Koy Coffer - Kerrville, TX

“My condolences to you all. I graduated from Reagan HS in 1967 with Eddie. I remember him as a very sweet young man. My thoughts and prayers are with...Read More »
48 of 80 | Posted by: Cindy Dennis - sykesville, MD

“Ed was a wonderful trainer for TPWD, always made learning such fun. He will be missed. He is one of the first Austin "people" I met when I began...Read More »
49 of 80 | Posted by: Gayle Adams-Hooten - TX

“Sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to the Ed's family. I will keep you in my prayers. Ed, will be missed by all. He was a very nice human being...Read More »
50 of 80 | Posted by: Patricia-Pacheco - Austin, TX

“Ed was truly a great man. His smile made everyone feel loved. He will be sorely missed. We are all blessed to have known him. ”
51 of 80 | Posted by: Tammy Dunham - Austin, TX

“Ed made my first few months at TPWD this summer so nice. He said hello to me every day and was always there to make the office a happier place. I...Read More »
52 of 80 | Posted by: Katherine Andrews - Austin, TX

“Ed was a true gentleman and a great asset to Texas Parks and Wildlife – always ready with good information and a smile for everyone...Read More »
53 of 80 | Posted by: Ouida Ford - Austin, TX

“His smile and friendly greeting will be missed by all who knew him at Camp Allen. Many thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends at...Read More »
54 of 80 | Posted by: Paul Vickery - Navasota, TX

“Cindy, Jennifer and Vanessa, My heart is broken by Ed's death. I have considered Ed to be one of my very best friends. I am so sorry to hear...Read More »
55 of 80 | Posted by: Dave Piper - San Antonio, TX

“It is hard to express the profound loss that myself and fellow employees at Camp Allen feel. With always a smile and a kind word, Ed touched many...Read More »
56 of 80 | Posted by: Elaine Stuart - Camp Allen, TX

“My heart and prayers go out to your family and friends during this time. Please know that Ed's loving smile and personality will be missed, he ALWAYS...Read More »
57 of 80 | Posted by: April Vanessa Nino - TPW Family

“Ed taught us more in the few times that we were able to spend time with him than you could ever imagine. He had a true passion for his work and it...Read More »
58 of 80 | Posted by: Tony Jinkins - Tyler, TX

“Sweet Cindy, It has been a hard year for you and your family and you are often in my thoughts. I am so sorry for your loss. Once again memories of...Read More »
59 of 80 | Posted by: Allyson Frost - Austin, TX

“How I will miss Ed, here at Camp Allen! I looked forward to his ties each day he was here, they are just wonderful! His smiles would light up any...Read More »
60 of 80 | Posted by: Joan Konecny - Navasota, TX

“I remember being at a purchasing class at his new building by the airport. I was in a long 2 day purchasing class. Every time he would pass through...Read More »
61 of 80 | Posted by: Margaret Scarborough - Austin, TX

“My prayers are with all the family and dear friends. We went to high school together and many of us have very fond memories of him. I am so...Read More »
62 of 80 | Posted by: Shirley Jones Renfro - Austin, TX

“I really enjoyed talking with Ed about woodworking projects. He will be missed by all in our office. ”
63 of 80 | Posted by: Tami Moore - Uhland, TX

“What a fine gentleman. We were blessed to know him, learn from his training sessions, and enjoy his humor. Ed will be greatly missed. The angels are...Read More »
64 of 80 | Posted by: Jimmie Nell Dixon - TX

“My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I always enjoyed being with Eddie (the name I knew him by) as it seemed his smile never left his face. ...Read More »
65 of 80 | Posted by: Mike Cave - San Antonio, TX

“Thank you for the time we had with Ed. If you ever you needed a smile, Ed was the man to brighten your day. All of us will miss him and his easy...Read More »
66 of 80 | Posted by: Roxane Eley - Georgetown, TX

“Your smile will be missed by many & your adventure of learning will be missed too. ”
67 of 80 | Posted by: Sandy Hughes - Waco, TX

“Truly there must have been a Heavenly need. ”
68 of 80 | Posted by: Laird Fowler - Lubbock/Austin, TX

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to Ed's family. ”
69 of 80 | Posted by: Doug Garman - Arlington, TX

“Ed will be missed around our office at TPWD. His smile and sunny disposition (along with the occasional distribution of chocolate) made our days...Read More »
70 of 80 | Posted by: Sarah Lisle - Austin, TX

“Our family will not be the same without Uncle Ed. He brought so much laughter and joy every time he was around. I am so lucky to have had him as my...Read More »
71 of 80 | Posted by: Judi Villegas - San Antonio, TX

“Please accept my thoughts of praise for Ed and prayers for him and the family. ”
72 of 80 | Posted by: Ronny Gallagher - Lubbock, TX

“I will always remember the "Great" times that we shared as co-workers, friends and above all as BROTHERS! Our best wishes and prayers for you Cindy...Read More »
73 of 80 | Posted by: Bill and Shirley Short - TX

“It was a pleasure to have met Ed and attended his training. He made the classes fun and worth going to.I enjoyed his cunning wit and personality. ...Read More »
74 of 80 | Posted by: Brenda Allen - Dickinson, TX

“Ed, You made me laugh.... ”
75 of 80 | Posted by: Mary Cunningham-Dean - Austin, TX

“Ed, You always made us laugh at work and at all the meetings we attended together with TPWD. You always made the meetings fun and kept us awake...Read More »
76 of 80 | Posted by: Miguel Zuniga - Comstock, TX

“Ed was one of my favorite customers at Camp Allen. I always planned the Camp's Menu for his favorite dessert, Pecan Cobbler and Blue Bell. He would...Read More »
77 of 80 | Posted by: Cinderella Williams - Navasota, TX

“I have been working with Ed since he starting booking the schools here at camp Allen. He is truly a wonderful man and friend and I will miss him very...Read More »
78 of 80 | Posted by: Judy Falkenbury - Navasota, TX

“Ed was a great man! He would have done anything for anyone and he will be truly missed. I will miss his great sense of humor and his caring smile. ...Read More »
79 of 80 | Posted by: Melissa Schmidt - Buda, TX

“I miss you already Ed. There will never be another trip passed Clines Corners, NM without my family thinking of you on your way to Durango. I...Read More »
80 of 80 | Posted by: Leslie Sanders - Austin, TX

Edward Lee Werland, 58, was born in Austin Texas, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, July 27th, 2008. He was preceded in death by his parents Evelyn and Edward Robert Werland. He was a life long resident of Austin and is survived by his loving wife Cindy and their two daughters, Jennifer Moore and son in law Spencer and granddaughter Pearl Vida, and Vanessa Marchese and son in law Louis; his brother Bobby Werland and his wife Carol Ann and many aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and cousins. Ed graduated from The University of Texas receiving both his Bachelor and Masters degrees. He spent his professional career of over 30 years with Texas Parks and Wildlife. Ed loved working with his hands and through his love of architecture and building with wood, lead him to his successful second career of building and marketing his own unique rocking chair. Ed's love of the sport of baseball as a player extended into umpiring at local baseball and softball games. He raised his family in Austin. Ed loved the outdoors and spent many wonderful times in the great outdoors from Yoakum to Colorado. Ed was a dreamer who had the talent to make many of those dreams come true for his family. One of his favorite places to relax was his cabin he and his family built, which he considered "magical" and was a gathering place for many family functions. He will always be remembered for being the caring, compassionate and loving husband, father, brother, uncle and friend that he was. He had such a zest for life and was such an inspiration to his many friends and family. Ed had a deep devotion and enduring love for his wife and daughters. We will all miss Ed's great sense of humor. Ed would want us all to live our lives to the fullest and to follow our dreams. Recitation of the Holy Rosary will be 7 pm on Tuesday, July 29th at Wilke-Clay-Fish Funeral Home. Mass of the Christian burial will be celebrated at 10 am, July 30th at St. Ignatius Catholic Church with Reverend Michael Couhig, C.S.C. officiating. Burial Ceremony will follow at 2 pm at the Hebron Cemetery in Yoakum, Texas.