Edward L. "Ed" Paris

October 21, 1951 - November 6, 2020
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Edward L. “Ed” Paris, 69. Of Dover, passed away Friday, November 6, 2020, in his home, following a period of declining health.

Born in Dover, he was the son of the late Victor E. and Cecilia M. (Bianchi) Paris and a 1969 graduate of New Philadelphia High School. Ed was an area businessman and had owned and opera…

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Edward L. “Ed” Paris, 69. Of Dover, passed away Friday, November 6, 2020, in his home, following a period of declining health.

Born in Dover, he was the son of the late Victor E. and Cecilia M. (Bianchi) Paris and a 1969 graduate of New Philadelphia High School. Ed was an area businessman and had owned and operated a number of businesses including Tusky Transport, LLC, from which he had recently retired. Ed was a proud member of the NRA and had formerly attended the First Church of God in New Philadelphia.

Surviving is his wife, Ginny (Korns) Paris, of the residence, two daughters, Melissa (Micah) Wissman of Oregonia and Tawnya (Robert) Baker of Hebron, KY; a son and his companion, Victor Paris and Jen Raleigh of Wilmington; three step-daughters, Belynda (Tim) Hoss of Morehead City, NC, Kristi (Jim) Festi of Dover and Katie Ross of the home; four sisters, Vicki Fuerst of New Philadelphia, Pamela (Craig) Beller of Dover, Yvonne Reed of New Philadelphia and Kim (Mike) Maurer of Dover; three grandchildren, Micah and Cecilia Wissman and Charlie Barker; six step-grandchildren, Allyssa, Ashley, Abby and RJ Creech and Jimi and Justin Festi; a brother-in-law, Paul Lunsford of Dover and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, a sister, Kay Lunsford and a brother-in-law, Frank Fuerst also precede him in death.

In keeping with his wishes, Ed is to be cremated through the care of the Geib’s Tuscarawas Valley Crematory and no services are to be scheduled.

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Born: October 21, 1951
Died: November 6, 2020

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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Brad Fuller posted on 11/12/20

You were a great man Ed. Will miss that big smile every time I saw you. Will meet you again on the other side . God bless !!

 

Dianna Lynn Harmon posted on 11/10/20

Kim, Pam and Yvonne So sorry for the passing of Ed. Keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers. With sympathy, Dianna Harmon

 

Terry Auman posted on 11/9/20

Our Deepest condolences go out to Ed's family from A & M Service Center.

 

Janice Byers posted on 11/9/20

Ed was a great guy. So sorry for your family's loss.

 

Bob and Cindy Mathias posted on 11/9/20

With deepest sympathy to Ed's family. May he rest in peace in the loving arms of our Lord. Bob and Cindy Mathias

 

Bruce and Robin Brokaw posted on 11/8/20

Prayers for your family

 

Eric Brokaw posted on 11/8/20

Prayer to the family

 

Mary Kaye & Jerry Rieger posted on 11/8/20

Missy, Tawnya & Victor we were so sorry to hear about Ex's passing. Please know that we are sending out love & thoughts to you. Deepest sympathy to Ed's wife & sisters & to the rest of the fsmily.

 

Pat & Dave Metzger posted on 11/8/20

Our sincere condolences to all the family. Knew Ed for many years. God Bless.

 

Louise Worsham posted on 11/8/20

Ginny, we are so sorry to hear of Ed's passing. He had a huge heart and will be missed by many. Steve and Louise Worsham

 

Frank Leone posted on 11/8/20

to the family of Ed Paris ,you all have my deepest sympathy in this time of sorrow and sadness ,Frank Leone

 

Warren & Becky (Saltz) Welz) posted on 11/8/20

A lot of memories for both of us us with Ed back in school for Warren then for both of us just after graduation. Many fun nights of course on the Boulevard. Eddie was a character with a soft heart of gold Bless his family & hold your memories. We retired to The Woodlands,Texas but our hearts will always belong to New Phila & Dover along with Strasburg.

 

LuAnn Kail posted on 11/8/20

To the Paris Family, I'm very sorry for your lost. Ed will never be gone. He will be in every ones hearts and minds for as long as we live.Thank you Ed for everything you have done for me.I will miss you. Thinking of you Genny.

 

Debbiecorwin posted on 11/8/20

Deepest Sympathy to his family from a classmate! AL CORWIN

 

Mary Ruth Gintz posted on 11/8/20

So sorry for the passing of your brother. Thinking of you and sending prayers and thoughts ?

 

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