Edward Thomas Deale, Sr.
Apr 30, 1951 – Aug 04, 2014
Edward Thomas Deale, Sr. 63 of Mineral, Virginia passed away at his residence on Monday, August 4, 2014. Mr. Deale attended Central Virginia Assembly of God Church in Mineral, VA; served four years on the Board of Supervisors Louisa County, was active with Louisa County Rescue Squad for 19 years and was a life member. He retired from Dominion Virginia Power Co.He was preceded in death by his father, Walter A. Deale, brothers, James Rod Deale and Walter Arnold Deale. He is survived by his mother, Mary Alice Ward Deale, his wife, Thecla Deale, one son, Edward Deale, Jr., sisters, Margaret Perry of Bumpass, VA, Della Trivett ( Rayburn) of Glen Allen, VA, Ellen Crisp of Ashland, VA, Linda Dmytryszyn (Charlie) of Mineral, VA., and Evelyn King of Mineral, VA. and a beloved sister-in-law, Linda Deale of Ashland, VA.A Celebration of Life will be held 1:00 pm on Saturday, August 9, 2014 at Central Virginia Assembly of God Church officiated by Pastor, Bernie Newcomb.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I knew Ed at Dominion. He was a very sweet and caring person. Remembering the memories will help you get through this.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I met Ed many years ago working for Dominion but lost contact with him over the years. He was always cheerful and quick to help out anyone that needed it.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I worked with Ed during the construction stage of the Bath County Pumped Storage Project. He was one of the most dedicated and professional members of our first aid and safety team. Ed always had a smile on his face and , to my knowledge, never a harsh word spoken to anyone. Our loss here on earth is heaven`s gain. May God Bless the Family!
Dear Thecla and family,Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. I was privileged to run many calls with Eddie when we both ran with the Mineral Rescue Squad. What a devoted and loyal servant of God!!! Ed was always positive and one of the finest men I have ever met. He always had a smile on his face and was such a joy to be around. Ed will be so missed; but is now safely home in the arms of our Heavenly Father. I pray that you find comfort in knowing that you will see him again! God Bless!!!
Our heartfelt sympathy to family, friends and Mr. Deale`s squad family.
Dear Thecla and Family,I was surprised to hear of the passing of Ed. Ed and I met at Dominion Virginia Power many years ago and became fast friends. He always called me his sister from another mother. He was such a joy to know and had the best personality. Whenever I saw Ed he was always the same. I never saw him without a smile on his face. I will always remember how sweet Ed was and all the fun times we had. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family during this time. Be Blessed!
I remember Ed fondly, he and I were co-workers at Dominion for several years. He was always smiling and cheerful and easy to work with and very friendly to everyone. I thought he was a very kind person with a very strong faith. I know Ed will be missed greatly by his family and friends. May the Lord hold his family close and comfort them during this difficult time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Mrs. Deale and Ed`s siblings. I remember our front yard ball games when I would visit Grandma and Granddaddy Pleasants across the road, and those long school bus rides to the lower end of the county. Aloha, Boxley Diggs
Dear Thecla, I am so sorry to read of Ed`s passing. You are so dear to me and I always loved seeing both of you and talking with you. We had wonderful times together. May y feel the comfort of Our Lord and Savoir. I known that Ed is playing and singing with the angels. My thoughts and Prayers are with you and the family.