In Memory

Ed Cleenput - Class Of 1963

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLEENPUT 
Ed, 71, of Waretown, formerly of Paramus, passed away on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Before retiring, Edmund was co-owner of Paramus Dairy with his brother Jack. 

 

Cherished husband of 53 years to Patricia (nee Bonhomme).  Loving father of Dawn Cleenput of Norwood, Debbie Cavo and her husband Peter of Maywood, and Denise Clark and her husband Gene of Mount Arlington.  Treasured grandfather of Alicia, Danny, Anthony, Nicholas and Victoria. Dear brother of, Mary Ann Lutz of SC and Jack Cleenput of Paramus.

 

 



 
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03/24/17 08:28 AM #1    

Mike Molnar (1963)

I am sure my classmates have lots of great stories about Ed to share here. Few realize that Ed and I are first cousins. His mother. Betty was one of my father's sisters. My dad, Charlie, drove Betty in his '38 Olds from their home in Garfield to the Paramus Roller Skating Rink where she met her future husband Ed, Sr. Aunt Betty told me how protective my dad was to make sure Ed Sr. was a good guy. Well, they married. 

Ed got a lot of his sports skills from his dad. I lived near Farview School where I watched Uncle Ed play excellent softball with his Rescue Squad team. Lou Lanzalotto was often the umpire. 

At PHS I remember what a superb bowler Ed was and like his dad played fantastic baseball. Like his parents, Ed had a great sense of humor. I remember how much fun he was at family events. I envied him because his parents let him shoot fireworks! Ed was the perfect cousin. I will miss him.

 


03/24/17 11:30 AM #2    

Carolyn Reichert (McIlveen) (1963)

I have many a story about Eddie back @ PHS! One classic was when Eddie, prob Phil Sheridan, maybe a few other bad boys were going to "tent out" in LaRose backyard! They rolled Mr. La Rose car out of the garage into the street and drove away for a joy ride!!!! They were all maybe 15? And they got onto Oradell Avenue near the Cleenput homestead, and got stopped by one of Paramus Pd finest! One headlight???? And so the story goes; no license! And guess what prob NO punishment from John Law! Probably only from their parents!!! Eddie,  I will miss your friendship and fun times! 😂❤

 

 

 


03/25/17 08:37 AM #3    

Diane Silko (Dunn-Malavase) (1963)

I go back to Ridge Ranch School 5th and  6th grade, safety patrol,so proud of our plastic belt thingy we wore. Of course my memories at the pencil sharpener, that forever framed my "break up" memories and hate of pencils lol. RIP Eddie. 

 


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