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Friday, October 17, 2014

Edith K. Fagan crossed over peacefully on October 17, 2014 under the loving care of Niagara Hospice at Odd Fellows & Rebekah Rehab & Health Care Center in Lockport.

Born October 28, 1926 to henry A. and Edith H. Fagan in Lockport, Edie spent her entire life in the community she loved and dedicated her career to counseling young women through the Lockport YWCA. She was an avid photographer and had a passion for life.  She loved food, especially pasta and mashed potatoes.  Her great niece once said at a family gathering, “Please pass the potatoes before Aunt Edie gets them!” Her pride and joy were her two nephews whom in their younger years, she taught how to have fun! Edie will be remembered for her positive attitude and for being a devoted friend to many. Everyone should have an Aunt Edie!

Edie is survived by her nephews Robert C. “Bobby” Beach and his wife Sharon of Florida and Thomas A. “Tommy” and his wife Deborah of Lyndonville.  Also her brother-in-law Robert C. Beach, Sr. of medina and great nieces and nephews, Heather (Craig) Smith and their children Paige, Gabrielle and Isaac; Amanda (Scott) Bieliski and their children Elsa, James and Annabel; and James (Carianne) Glass and their daughter Rylan.  Edie was the sister of the late Ruth F. Beach.
There will be no prior visitation.

Private graveside services will be in Cold Springs Cemetery at the convenience of the family.   Memorial donations to Niagara Hospice of the Lockport YWCA would be appreciated by the family.



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