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Edward Allen "Ed" Morava
Birth: Jun. 10, 1953
Saline County
Missouri, USA
Death: Mar. 14, 2012
Lancaster County
Nebraska, USA

Edward Allen "Ed" Morava, 58, passed away at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Lincoln on March 14, 2012. Ed was born June 10, 1953 in Marshall, Mo. to the late Lyle Merlyn and Helen Louise (Richardson) Morava. Ed was delivered by his step-grandmother Gladys Richardson & passed away on his grandmother Margaret Harrison-Harkey's birthday.

Ed graduated from Centennial High School in Utica in 1971. He went to work for the Burlington Railroad after graduation, living in a bunk car for a short time. Living in a bunk car was not new to Ed, as he comes from a long line of railroaders and lived in a bunk car until his family planted roots in Beaver Crossing in 1960.

The first day of work for the railroad, his father R. G. Briney was told that his son didn't show for work and the new kid was doing the work of two guys. His dad inquired who the new kid was and found out it was Ed Morava. There was no such thing as step family, Ed just had extended family who loved him very much and vice versa.

Ed had many hobbies, he enjoyed gardening, asparagus hunting, his horses, working on autos, horse shoes, shooting pool, shuffle board, foosball, etc., but his favorite free time activity was spending time with his children and grandchildren. One of his favorite charities was "Christmas for Kids" in Custer, S.D.

Ed is survived by, children: Alvin of S.D., Terry of Fairbury, Amber Dawn (Jared) West of Kan., Tina (Brian) Eckenboy of Ariz. and Pam (Matt) Munoz of Wyo. Also surviving are Ed's mother, Helen Briney of Exeter; siblings and spouses, Dorie (Jim) Winchester of Beaver Crossing, Pat (Jim) Redinger of Lincoln, Robert Morava of Exeter, Bob Briney of Beaver Crossing, Deb (Randy) Banks of Beaver Crossing, Rick (Linda) Briney of S.D. and Tonita (Brian) Wilbur of Potter and many other relatives.

Ed was preceeded in death by his grandparents, both fathers: Lyle Morava and Richard Briney and a nephew Marc Banks.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, March 24, 2012 at 2 p.m. at the American Legion Post #178 in Beaver Crossing, NE. Casual dress, blue jeans, bibs, etc. are requested. It was Ed's wish to be cremated and his cremains will be taken to the Black Hills of S.D.

Published York News Times 03/20/2012 
Family links: 
  Lyle Merlyn Morava (1925 - 1995)
  Helen Louise Richardson Briney (1931 - 2013)
  Eldora Jean Morava Winchester (1949 - 2015)*
  Edward Allen Morava (1953 - 2012)
*Calculated relationship
Cremated, Ashes scattered.
Specifically: Harney Peak, Pennington County, in Black Hills National Forest.
Maintained by: Dorie Winchester
Originally Created by: CPR
Record added: Mar 21, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 87123411
Edward Allen Ed Morava
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Edward Allen Ed Morava
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Edward Allen Ed Morava
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Happy Birthday, Ed. This puppy looked like he needed a home & some one to love. You always took in all the strays & orphans. You were just too kind to people. I miss & love you so much.
- Dorie Winchester
 Added: Jun. 10, 2015
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ED!! I miss you so much. You left us too soon & I don't think I'll ever be able to deal w/the fact, you are gone. Some days are worse than others, but none are good; missing you.I knew no matter what, you would always be here for me when I...(Read more)
- Dorie Winchester
 Added: Jun. 10, 2014
Well its been 2 yrs. since you been gone. I thought it would get easier but it hasn't. I still miss ya.I know when we were younger you and i fought quit a bit but when I needed you,you were their for me.You would do anything for me.I Love you very much. S...(Read more)
- Debra Banks
 Added: Apr. 8, 2014
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