A lifelong resident of the town, Edmund was a graduate of St Hyacinth Academy in addition to the Industrial Excessive College, the place he was the start line for the lads’s basketball staff.
Shortly after commencement, Edmund joined the US Postal Service working as a letter operator. His profession was interrupted by World Conflict II, when he enlisted within the US Navy, serving as a radar technician on each an plane service and a destroyer, affectionately referred to as a “Canister”. After the tip of the conflict, he resumed his profession on the put up workplace, solely to be referred to as again to serve his nation once more in the course of the Korean battle. Ed was happy with his service and, particularly, was referred to as a “Tin Can Sailor.”
As soon as the Korean battle ended, Ed returned to the put up workplace the place he labored for 40 years, retiring in 1984. Ed was identified for his nice persona, serving “Dutch Hill” and the Dunkirk enterprise district for that point interval, often known as “Eddie the Postman”.
On September 9, 1950, at Sacred Coronary heart Church in Dunkirk, Ed married his dream daughter, Marie Brown, and raised 5 kids in Dunkirk. They liked to journey and went on many island holidays with family and friends holidays by automobile, visiting a lot of the continental United States.
Ed was a member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton Church and used his religion to advertise the household and household values.
Edmund was additionally a passionate hunter and fisherman, who took benefit of the pure fantastic thing about the WNY space, persevering with to fish together with his son and nephew till the age of 90.
Edmund has been a lifelong member of The First Ward Falcon Membership, The Dunkirk Elks the American Legion and The Dunkirk Conservation Membership.
His kids survive: Pam (Les Sikorski), Jill Vinciguerra, Rae (Richard Jankowski), Craig Aniszewski and Edmund (Stephanie) Aniszewski II. Grandchildren additionally survive: Ryan (Colleen) Sikorski. Jana (Donald) Ashworth, Jacob (Megan) Jankowski, Jordan Jankowski, Jennifer (Joe) Belovarac, Julie Vinciguerra, Parker and Andrew Aniszewski and Edalee Aniszewski. As well as, Edmund was the great-grandfather of six great-grandchildren: Kylie, Joshua, Paige Sikorski, Ethan and Brynn Ashworth and Edward Meadows. Many nieces and nephews additionally survived.
Edmund was preceded in demise by his 66-year-old spouse, Marie P. (Brown) Aniszewski, who died in 2016; nora, Lulu Aniszewski; son-in-law, Michael Vinciguerra; and niece, Jacquelyn Vinciguerra. Additionally his dad and mom, Leon and Camille Bekeleski; sisters: Helen (Walter) Domanowski, Stella (Ben) Zolnoske, Wanda (Al) Naperalski, Sophie (Eugene) Grabiaz ‘and brother, Richard (Maxine) Anson.
Kinfolk and mates are invited to attend a Christian funeral liturgy that will probably be held Thursday morning at 10 a.m. in St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church. The decision program will happen on Wednesday, between four and seven, on the McGraw-Kowal Funeral Residence. The flowers are gratefully refused. The funeral will probably be within the Market Mausoleum in St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Ed is reunited in heaven together with his loving spouse Marie and those that went earlier than him.