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Edward Julian Field

July 1, 1950 — May 6, 2022

Bellingham

 

Edward Julian Field was in Bellingham Washington, Edward passed on Friday, May 6, 2022. He joins parents Earl and Myrtle Field, brother Earl Field Jr, Kenneth Field, sister Nancy Huber and her son Troy Huber. Ed spent many years in Alaska before returning to Bellingham. His writings almost always told about his adventures in Alaska. He made many acquaintances and friends in Alaska but having known Guy and his family and friend Leda was unique because they understood the support of true friendship.

 

Ed was very familiar with all the lakes, creeks and trails surrounding his childhood home and had the privilege of naming Rufus Creek after a long time Bellingham resident and neighbor. Ed is survived by sister Karla Lewis (Garry), nephew Brandon Thomas (Michelle) and his children Quentin and Makenzi; niece Marnie Thomas and her daughter Taylor; niece Kathy Funk (Wayne) and her children Cassia, Randy and Kevin; Niece Karen Farmer (Glen) and her girls Jenna, Bobbie Jo and Miranda; Nephew Randolph; nephew Don Field (Ann); nephew Delbert Huber and very special cousin Ole Anderson. Edward always had kind words and thoughts for extended family including Judy Reynolds and her daughters Allie and Maggie; Mike Lewis and his daughters Ashley and Hannah; Todd Lewis (Deana) and their boys Greg and Bradley; and Brett Lewis (Michelle) and sons Kaden and Camden.

 

Being remembered as brother, uncle, cousin, biker, fisherman, storyteller and friend may you soar on Eagles Wings.

 

The family suggests memorials in honor of Edward to Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association; 3057 E Bakerview Road; Bellingham WA 98226 or online at www.n-sea.org

 

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