GARREAU, Edward A.
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Mr. Edward A. Garreau, 87, of Waleska, passed away Monday, December 17, 2012 at Northside Hospital Cherokee. Mr. Garreau was cremated and his Requiem Eucharist Service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 22, 2012 at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Family with Rev. George Yandell officiating. Inurnment will be held at the Georgia National Cemetery at a date to be announced. Everyone is invited to a reception in the Parish Hall following services Saturday. Ed was a retired salesman and entrepreneur. He served in the U.S. Navy and was a World War II Veteran. Ed was a 50 year member of the Barbershop Quartet Association S.P.E.B.Q.S.A. He is preceded in death by his son, Jeff Garreau, Sr. Survivors include his wife, Peggy Garreau of Waleska; children, Thomas Garreau of Marietta, Russell Garreau of Lilburn and Paul Garreau of Lilburn; grandchildren, Kevin Garreau, Hilary Garreau, Dane Garreau, Miranda Hames, Kenneth Garreau and Jeffrey Garreau; great-grandchildren, Kaylee Garreau, Hattie Garreau, Kinsey Garreau, Madelyn Garreau, Autumn Garreau, Anthony Garreau and Kayden Garreau. In lieu of flowers offerings may be made to the Episcopal Church of the Holy Family Memorial Fund, 202 Griffith Road, Jasper, GA 30143. Sosebee Funeral Home, Canton, GA is honored to serve the family. 770-479-2131.

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Jeff Keiss
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December 22, 2012
Ed Garreau and my late father, Steve Keiss, were both members of the Peachtree (barbershop)Chorus and Ed and his wife, Peggy, were present at the Memorial service we held for my father in September, 2010. I recall ED as a warm and generous soul that was a loving father and devoted husband. His inurnment in the Georgia National Cemetery is testament to his service to our country during World War II. Rest in peace, good soul, you will be missed and remembered.
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