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Edmund Jefferson Danziger, Jr.
February 10, 1938 - January 8, 2019
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Epworth United Methodist Church.
Saturday 2/16, 11:00 am

Edmund Jefferson Danziger, Jr. left the loving arms of his earthly family and was embraced by his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Ed was a devoted husband, caring father, doting grandpa, a man of strong faith, and a loyal friend. He died of cancer at age 80. Ed was born …
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Leslie L Jan left a message on February 13, 2019:
My father, Elmer Lotshaw (deceased) used to spend time with Ed hiking the towpath trail from Waterville to Grand Rapids, and hiking portions of the Appalachian trail. They also sailed together. Ed was a good friend to my father, and I am sorry to to hear of his death. My sincere condolences to the family of a good man, Leslie L Jan
The Randolphs left a message on February 6, 2019:
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Clayton Ash left a message on January 17, 2019:
Ed Danziger was the best teacher I ever had during my years at BGSU. He was absolutely pasionate about history and I took every class he offered (American Indian History, Environmental History and required freshman history to name a few). He was always organized and eager to share information with his student each day. He always ha an outline posted on the board giving an overview of the day's talking points. His passion for the subject was contagious. I couldn't get enough and always looked forward to his class. All his tets were the "blue book" variety, but he did somethig that other teachers seldom did--he wrote you specific notes on how to improve your writing and he oftemn would give a positive note like,"Keep up the effort."). He was also the only college teacher I ever had who took field trips. What a joy from the typical "lecture-mid term test/lecture-final test routine! Since I grew up in Bowling Green (Mrs. Danziger was actually my piano teacher during my elementary years), Ed made some more personal connections with me. Ed loved the outdoors and enjoyed sharing his passion with others. I took several backpacking trips to the Smokies and the White Mountains with Ed. What a wonderful feeling it was to connect with an adult role model while walking in the woods I am so thankful I was able to meet Ed and Margaret in Bowling Green for lunch several months ago. We met at Pagliai's in Bowling Green-one of Ed's favorites. It was an opportunity to enjoy his company, catch up on all that was happening in our lives and tell Ed how much he meant to me. Very few people are lucky enough to have such a talented teacher and mentor like Ed. He will be missed but I will never forget his positive influence on my life!
Janet Rogolsky left a message on January 14, 2019:
Dear Margaret, I did not know your husband, but reading his obituary and learning of his accomplishments, I certainly wish I had known him. He must have been a remarkable man. Please accept my deepest sympathy for you and your family. Most sincerely, Janet Rogolsky
JANET MITCHELL left a message on January 13, 2019:
I want to express how sorry Iam for the familys loss. There are some very comforting words found in Gods Word, the Bible, at Acts the 17th. chapter, verses 24 & 25 where God is called "the source of life"......the One who gave life to all living creatures is certainly capable of restoring life to our loved ones who have died. Another comforting scripture is found in the Bible book of Job, the 14th. chapter, verses 14 & 15. It speaks about how God longs to bring back those who are in His memory & see them live on earth again. I hope this brings the family comfort. My sincere condolence to you & yours. Janet https://www.jw.org/finder?docid=1011214&item=pub-imv_4_ VIDEO&locale
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JM left a message on January 13, 2019:
"To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord". Earth's loss is Heaven's gain. Now and in the days ahead, may Jesus our God of comfort hold you all in the palm of His hand as you remember Mr. Danziger's life legacy and celebrate his homegoing to Heaven, alive and well in the presence of our risen Lord. jwfacts.org has been a valuable resource and we thoughtfully share.
Greg Deegan left a message on January 11, 2019:
I have not had much contact with Dr. Danziger for probably close to 8 years or so. I was one of his graduate students in the early 1990s who was inspired by his scholarship and his character. He left an indelible impression on me because of his willingness to give of himself, his humility toward others, his sense of adventure, and his supportive approach to the people he met in this world. I am so sorry for his loss.
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