Edmund Steinman
Friday
10
April

Visitation

9:00 am - 11:00 am
Friday, April 10, 2015
St. Simon Stock Parish/ Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
178 W. White Horse Pike at Franklin Ave
Berlin
Friday
10
April

Mass of Christian Burial

11:30 am
Friday, April 10, 2015
St. Simon Stock Parish/ Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church
178 W. White Horse Pike at Franklin Ave
Berlin, New Jersey, United States
Service Time: 11:30 AM
Friday
10
April

Interment at: Calvary Cemetery

1:15 pm
Friday, April 10, 2015
Calvary Cemetery
2398 Marlton Road West
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States

Additional Obit Info

Ed was born in Meta, Mo and grew up on a farm in St. Anthony, MO. He was a Navy Veteran of WW II served his country on the USS San Carlos during the Philippine Iinvasion receiving a bronze star for Philippine Liberation and another for the Asian-Pacific Conflict. While in the Navy he received extensive training as an Aviation Radio Technician attaining the rank of 1st Class. After the war Ed went to work for RCA in St. Louis becoming their first master technicianand he retired after 34 years as an Instructor for all electrical technicians in the West-Central Region. He was devoted to his family and his religion. He was a charter member of the St. Vincent dePaul Society at St. Thomas More Church, Cherry Hill and an active and loyal member of the OLMC St. Vincent. dePaul Society, Berlin, running its Food Pantry for many years. Ed loved to work with his hands on anything electronic and was able to repair toaters to air conditions by looking at the electrical schematic design rather than following a set of instruction. Ed will be sadly missed by his family and friends.

Obituary of Edmund Conrad Steinman

Edmund C. Steinman went to be with Lord and his beloved wife Bernice C. (nee Schmidt) on April 2, 2015, at Virtua Voorhees due to complication of a slow heart rate at age 99. Devoted father of Gerald W. and his wife Mary Alice Steinman of St Louis, MO, Robert F. and his wife Julie Steinman of Washington Twp., and Lois M. and her husband Kevin Dark of Berlin Dear brother of Sr. Evelyn Steinman, Sr. Loreda Steinman and Sr. Donna Marie Steinman all of St Louis, MO, Alphonse W. Steinman of RI, and the late Catherine Meyer. Loving and proud grandfather of 10 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Ed was born in Meta, Mo and grew up on the farm in St. Anthony, Mo. He was a Navy Veteran of WW II, serving his country on the US Carlos during the Philippine Invasion receiving a bronze star for the Philippine Liberation and another for the Asian-Pacific Conflict. While in the Navy he received extensive training as an Aviation Radio Technician attaining the rank of 1st Class. After the war Ed went to work for RCA in St. Louis becoming their first master electrical technician. He and the family moved to NJ, where he worked for RCA both in Camden and Cherry Hill until he retired after 34 years as an Instructor for all electrical technician. He was devoted to his family and his religion. He was a charter member of the St. Vincent dePaul Society at St. Thomas More Church, Cherry Hill and active and loyal member of the OLMC St. Vincent. dePaul Society, Berlin, running it's Food Pantry for many years. Ed loved to work with his hands on anything electronic and was able to repair toasters to air conditions by just looking at the electrical sematic design rather than following a set of instructions. Ed will be sadly missed by his family and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing Friday (4/10) 9:30 to 11:15 AM at St. Simon Stock Parish/Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, 178 W. White Horse Pike at Franklin Ave., Berlin. His Funeral Mass will be concelebrated 11:30 Am at the Church. Burial with Military Honors will follow at Calvary Cem., Cherry Hill. Ed's family requests in lieu of flowers, donations in his memory can be made to the St. Vincent dePaul Society, 157 W. White Horse Pike, Berlin, NJ 08091»(Do not delete this line. It does not print. Text that is to appear on web must be entered before this line) Ed was born in Meta, Mo and grew up on a farm in St. Anthony, MO. He was a Navy Veteran of WW II served his country on the USS San Carlos during the Philippine Iinvasion receiving a bronze star for Philippine Liberation and another for the Asian-Pacific Conflict. While in the Navy he received extensive training as an Aviation Radio Technician attaining the rank of 1st Class. After the war Ed went to work for RCA in St. Louis becoming their first master technicianand he retired after 34 years as an Instructor for all electrical technicians in the West-Central Region. He was devoted to his family and his religion. He was a charter member of the St. Vincent dePaul Society at St. Thomas More Church, Cherry Hill and an active and loyal member of the OLMC St. Vincent. dePaul Society, Berlin, running its Food Pantry for many years. Ed loved to work with his hands on anything electronic and was able to repair toaters to air conditions by looking at the electrical schematic design rather than following a set of instruction. Ed will be sadly missed by his family and friends.
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