Edward T. Kane, Jr.

  • Born: November 3, 1921
  • Died: November 16, 2019
  • Location: Media, Pennsylvania

Cavanagh Patterson Family Funeral Homes

43 E. Baltimore Ave
Media, PA 19063

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Tel. (610) 566-3400

Tribute & Message From The Family


Edward T. Kane of Media, PA, formerly from South Philadelphia passed away on November 16, 2019 at the age of 98, son to the late Edward Sr. and Jean Kane.
Edward was predeceased by his beloved wife Angelina and brothers James and Thomas. He is survived by daughter Mary Ann Oldrati; son Thomas and Pegi Kane; granddaughter Lori and Christopher Ellis, and great-granddaughters Norah and Danielle Ellis.

Ed served his country in the United States Navy during WWII receiving 15 battlestars and was a Pearl Harbor Survivor. After proudly finishing his service in the Navy, he worked for the Philadelphia School District. A former minor league pitcher for a Phillies farm team, he was an avid sports enthusiast. He also had an appreciation and desire to share the joy of music, which led to monthly presentations of "Swingin' Down Memory Lane" where Ed became a disc jockey at Riddle Village.

Relatives and friends are invited to his memorial on Saturday, December 7th at 9AM followed by mass at 10AM at St. Mary Magdalen Parish on 2400 N. Providence Road, Media, PA 19063. Interment to take place following mass at Saints Peter & Paul Cemetery, Springfield, PA. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Fisher House https://www.fisherhouse.org/ or Salvation Army https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/.


Services


Condolence & Memory Journal

We will miss you Ed Kane. My wife and I are amazed what you do to your audience at Riddle Village. You truly take people back in time when you spin your records. Thank you so much for sharing your love of music and life. Give your wife a big hug from us all. She now has you back.

Posted by Bob and Dana Heavey - Coatesville, PA - Acquaintance   December 07, 2019

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My mom, Mary Friend, enjoyed watching the Phillies game in the TV room with "the boys" and she would never miss Friday night with Ed Spinning the records "down memory Lane" (which I enjoyed several times with her). Ed was always a delight; a true gentleman. And don't forget to pass him the flower garnish on the dinner plate! May you be welcomed by Jesus, Mary, the angels & saints, your friends including Howard & Mary, as you reunite with your dear wife.

Posted by Mary Ellen DiMatteo - Glen Mills, PA   December 05, 2019

Ed was a dear friend of my father's--they shared memories of World War II, love of the "Big Bands" and love of the Phillies--they supported each other as they both gracefully aged in their 90's.....Ed always remembered to say hello, send cards and truly care about how you were doing.....he made a big difference in many people's lives....We will miss him! May God bring comfort and peace to his family and friends.

Posted by Ellen Davis Conroy - Media, PA - Friend   December 01, 2019

What a wonderful man who touched many lives, we will miss him immensely, our prayers are with his family.
The Shells

Posted by Ed & Mary Jo Shell Shell - RV, PA - Friend   November 19, 2019


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