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I have so many nice memories of your dad. I am so sorry. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
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Posted by: sandra nano - omaha, NE - Family Friend   Oct 08, 2017

Mike, Margie and Siblings,

I know this is such a difficult time for all of you. But you have to hang on to all the funny memories and times shared. Your dad was a funny guy, always something smart to say!! Keep him in your prayers and know that he is happy once again with your mom.
Love & Prayers,
Trish


Posted by: TRISH TROFHOLZ - Omaha, NE - Family Friend   Oct 03, 2017

Had good times
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Posted by: Neal Gaul - Earling, IA - Family Friend   Oct 03, 2017

Unfortunately we had lost touch with Ed several years ago. He was a true friend and a wonderful man. Our deepest condolences to the family.


Posted by: Bill and Beth Neumann - Denison, IA - Friend   Oct 02, 2017

So sorry to hear of Ed's passing. He was a very special man! Always had fun bowling on the Saturday morning kids league at the bowling alley. He and Dad always had great adventures too. Prayers to all of you! God Bless!


Posted by: Tami Eck (Woodle) - Kiron, IA - Friend   Oct 01, 2017

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Donna Weis Adler-- Dad was best friends with Ed. Dad bowled for years at his bowling alley in Dunlap, Ia. He was a good guy.

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Gail Weis-- He was an awesome guy!

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Mary Sue Weis -- Bud Weis loved this guy like a brother. He will be missed by all that new him. It was such a treat to go to the bowling alley on Thursday or Sunday night with Mom and Dad.

from Kris Weis Hennings
Ed would have Tammy

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Posted by: Bud Weis children Bud Weis children - Harlan, IA - Friend   Sep 30, 2017

Oh my gosh. I remember my parents and grandparents bowling there and Ed would hire me for the night to help clean off tables and take food to people and stuff like that. He was so fun. And Margie and I would play too.


Posted by: Rhonda Leonard (Thompson) - Logan, IA - Friend   Sep 30, 2017

I have wonderful memories of Ed & Bonnie Gunia. Dunlap will be a little different for me without Ed. Gunia children be very proud of how your Dad was a successful; business owner and a great contributor to the town of Dunlap. god Bless the Gunia family.


Posted by: Denny Andersen - Huntsville, AL - Friend   Sep 30, 2017

I met Ed working at R.L.Craft in Denison in 1985. I left Craft in 1992 but managed to run
into Ed off and on over the years. Always the same one of nicest people I have ever met. I roofed Ed and Bonnie's house in 1998. I was lucky to see him just a couple of
weeks ago when I was working in Dunlap, he had just got out of the hospital and
was having dinner with his family at the Dairy

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Posted by: Mark Jensen - Denison, IA - Friend   Sep 30, 2017

What a wonderful trip with Ed Gunia, beginning with a south Omaha 27 year old business owner mixing with a 13 year old Dunlap kid who needed a job(spending money). Ed and I would wait tables, mix drinks, fix pinsetters and then close the bowling alley and head to Larson's café for breakfast or the occasional trip to Defiance for some crap shoot action. After a couple of years together, Ed had a heart attack within my eyesight. His absence

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Posted by: Dennis Andersen - Huntsville, AL - Friend   Sep 29, 2017