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In Memory

Ed Chergoski

Ed Chergoski

  Edward John Chergoski of Ventura, CA., died suddenly Tuesday Oct 21, 2008. He was born Oct 26, 1951, in Streator Illinois, to Edward and Frances Chergoski and had been in Venrura for 30 years. Ed is survived by his loving wife of 37 years, Karen, daughter and son-in-law. Nanette and Brian Crane, son, Christopher and wife Kristin Ehret, granddaughters, Kylie and Tyler Crane, all of Ventura, and family members in the midwest and many, many friends in Ventura, Crystal City, VA., area and around the world.   Ed was preceded in death by his parents.   Ed loved reading, computer games, music of all styles, and spending time with friends. These loves have been passed to his children and grandchildren. Ed served in the Navy for four years. Upon completion he moved to Ventura where he became an offshore Navigator for a local research company. For over 20 years he has been a civil servant for the Navy, starting his carreer as a logistician, and most recently a program manager for NAVSEA TMDE 04RM program based out of NSWC Corona. Ed received many awards, such as the Dept of the Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Award. The family would like to thank his Navy family and all our family and friends far and wide for their support, care and concern. Memorable contributions can be made to a charity of your choice or to ALSA LA Chapter (Lou Gehrig's Disease), PO Box 565, Agoura Hills, CA 91376-0555. Please sign the guest book at VenturaCountyStar.com

 
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02/21/09 08:31 AM #1    

Pamela Chergoski (Hohn)

Ed had a long career in the Navy, mostly as a civilian employee. He died last fall of a heart attack. His wife, Karen (Simon) and his 2 kids, Nanette and Chris, live in Ventura, California. Unfortunately, Chris has been diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). Even though we were cousins, we didn't keep in touch which I regret--all the notes and memories from his friends and colleagues indicate that he was still the funniest guy in the room, one of the nicest and absolutely dependable and great at his job.

02/24/09 08:24 PM #2    

Les Chalfant

Ed was a really nice guy. We hit it off great and he will definitely be missed. But if I know Ed, he left behind many stories that can be told for the next 50 years. Anchors away big guy.

02/24/09 09:36 PM #3    

Mary Jo Hart (Brust. 815-488-8082)

I remember Ed from SHS. What a nut! He was always laughing and having fun. Quite an epitaph for anyone. Rest in peace, my friend. Mary Jo

02/27/09 10:21 AM #4    

Marilyn Howe (Sauers)

I do not ever remember Ed without that smile on his face. I remember a party he had back in grade school which was alot of fun, LOTS OF GOOD MUSIC!! I often wondered where he was. I will miss him, as well as all who had the pleasure of knowing him. I know you are resting in peace, Marilyn

03/01/09 09:31 PM #5    

Marjorie Thomas

Remembering a wonderful friend that was so funny...I always enjoyed being around Eddie...we all were so lucky to have him around us....he certainly loved life while at SHS....thanyou Eddie....rest in God's love..Marjie

03/07/09 09:25 PM #6    

Pamela Bourne (Williamson)

Eddie was my neighbor and first boyfriend back in 2nd grade, I think. We were always picking on each other as young kids will. What fun we had always teasing and laughing. He actually gave me my first ring, unfortunately it was his sisters and had to be given back. He was a special person and I have always wondered what happened to him. I'm not surprised he had a great life with a happy family and was a friend to many. Such a sad ending to such a fun loving guy. May you be at peace, Eddie.

03/29/09 09:33 PM #7    

Janice Holmes (Kohan 630-730-5842)

Ed,
I had no idea you had passed away. I had just sent a photo of you,Billy Cox and me at 8th grade graduation.
Rest in peace, I hope you and Billy have found each other again

Janice

10/17/11 08:56 AM #8    

Janice Holmes (Kohan 630-730-5842)

Ed thinking of you today and remembering all the fun we had in our neighborhood with Bill Cox and Robin Watson and all of the other bigger kids......

Hope you and Billy are together having fun.....rest in peace my friend.


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