Edward T.  Grabert II

Edward T. Grabert II

Saturday, December 4th, 1948 - Saturday, December 12th, 2020
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Edward T. Grabert II, of Sellersville, passed away on Saturday, December 12, 2020, at his residence. He was 72.

Born in New York City, NY, he was the son of the late Edward T. and Christina (Goff) Grabert.

Mr. Grabert was a U. S. Army veteran, having served as a warrant officer during the Vietnam War.

Ed was always very proud of his membership in the Penn State Blue Band, where he had played the French horn.

An avid photographer, Ed had a dark room and enjoyed developing his own photos. Ed was a talented woodworker, using unusual found wood to craft bowls and dulcimer musical instruments.

As a dedicated member of Alcoholics Anonymous, Ed attended several meetings daily, where he was the “official” coffee maker. He sponsored other members and also counseled recovering drug and alcohol individuals in Norristown and at Penn Foundation, Sellersville.

Mr. Grabert is survived by his two sisters, Margaret G. Warner and her husband, William, of Hilltown Township, and Nancy G. Nadenichek and her husband, James, of Simi Valley, CA.

Services will be held on Friday, April 23, 2021, at 2:30 p.m. in Washington Crossing National Cemetery, Newtown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Mr. Grabert’s name may be made to Disabled American Veterans, 5000 Wissahickon Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144 or online at www.dav.org.
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    Friday, April 23rd, 2021 | 2:30pm
    Friday, April 23rd, 2021 2:30pm
    Washington Crossing National Cemetery
    830 Highland Road
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Shirley Cressman Metzger

Posted at 11:14am
I just found out from my brother, Ken Cressman, that Tom died. We always called him Tom, not Ed. Have not seen him for a long time, but we grew up at St. Andrew's U.C.C. together, where his father was pastor for many years. I have so many wonderful memories of him hiking, at parties at my parent's house, and knowing what a smart and loving person he was. My dad, Russ Cressman, said he was the best man he had putting antennas on roofs-he had no fear, and was so sure-footed! I was so happy to read all the wonderful work he did in his life, and just wish I had seen him more. I am heartbroken he has died so young. Tom, we all loved you, and this world will miss you. You are at peace now.
With a heavy heart, Shirley Cressman Metzger

Denise Desris

Posted at 07:16pm
My condolences go out to Ed's family. Thank you Ed for inviting me to help do commitments. You were always so nice to me. I'll miss you.

Tonya Peters Judson

Posted at 05:22pm
Missing you Ed. Thinking so much about how much you influenced my life and where I am today. Rest in peace, my friend.

Tonya Peters Judson

Posted at 06:02am
Thank you Ed for the person you were and all you taught me about love and service. There's a big hole in our Fellowship with your passing. You will live in many hearts for a long long long time. My sympathies to all of Ed's family and friends.

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