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Edward Ashline Obituary

May 18, 2011 1:57 pm Category: News, Obituaries Leave a comment A+ / A-

WHITE RIVER JCT. — A memorial service for Edward F. Ashline, 69, who died suddenly at home on April 27, 2011, was held May 23 at the Enfield Community Building. A graveside service followed at Lakeview Cemetery.
He was born on March 8, 1942 in Hartland, the son of Edward F. and Viola (Ledeux) Ashline.
He later moved to Hanover, N.H., where he attended school. Edward worked as an auto mechanic at Valley Tire for several years and Trumbull Nelson when he was younger as well as other jobs.
He enjoyed working on cars, his dogs, country music, dancing, riding on old dirt roads, and being a practical joker.
Survivors include two sisters, Viola Ellsworth of Enfield, N.H., and Gloria Pond of Richford; one son, Edward Ashline of White River Jct. (with his second wife, Nancy Gee); three daughters, Wendy MacKinnon of Citrus Springs, Fla., Lisa Luce of Woodstock and Christie Grey of Dorchester, N.H., with his first wife, Inez Reed); two step-children, Maria John of Brattleboro and Fran Olivencia of White River Jct.; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Edward was also married a third time to Jacqueline Josler.
Edward was predeceased by his parents; sister, Shirley Guyer; and stepmother, Abigail Ashline.
Donations can be made to the Upper Valley Humane Society or the American Diabetes Association.

This obituary first appeared in the May 19th print edtion of the Vermont Standard.


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