Edward B. Sarti

May 9, 1944 - November 17, 2012
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Edward Bartholomew Antonio Sarti aged 68 of Dyer passed away peacefully Saturday, November 17th, 2012 at Community Hospital surrounded by his adoring family. He is survived by his wife, Kay (nee Rolland), daughter Deanne Krebs (Bo) of Dyer; son Todd Sarti of Chicago, IL; 2 grandchildren Kylie Krebs and Tyler Krebs of Dyer, IN, formerContinue Reading

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Valerie Stay left a message on November 20, 2012:
Todd:I am so sorry to hear about your dad. Plase let me know if I can do anything during this difficult time. I know you enjoyed spending time with your dad over the past weeks and had some great meals together. I am sorry I could not be there to offer you more support.Our thoughts and prayers are with you.Val (Jeff/Hailee/Tanner)
Mike Nutini left a message on November 19, 2012:
Ed, I still can't believe that you won't be there when I come up to visit. You were more like my brother than cousin during our time together. I learned plenty from you, since we were kids getting in trouble & including financial advice. There were always good times, food & laughs in your company. You won't be forgotten by all the people whose lives you touched.
Kylie your granddaughter left a message on November 19, 2012:
Grandpa, Not a day will go by that I don't miss you. Every decision that I make I will think about what you would say in one of your long lectures. I will never forget all the good times. The pool, carving pumpkins every year, showing me that badge that I always laughed at, vacations, EATING together, and everything that you ever did for me. When I was going through a rough time you were there. When I needed you, you were always there for me no matter the time. Don't worry my mom, my dad, todd, and all of us will never forget you! we love you more than anything you were everything to us and we will never let you down. I think I finally smiled when Kay told me how much you loved me. You never lost faith in me. You were always that person I could go to with anything and you wouldn't yell or judge. When I was little you always asked me "Who is your boyfriend?" and I always responded "grandpa!" You taught me to be strong and believe me I am. I will make you proud. Hope your having a good time with all of the family and friends up there. I miss you and love you forever. Can't wait to see you again.I LOVE YOUKylie
Jim Andrews left a message on November 19, 2012:
My sincere condolences to Kay, and the entire Sarti family. Ed always made Heidi and I feel like a part of the family. Godspeed. You will be missed.
Your Beloved Son, Todd left a message on November 18, 2012:
Tonight I cook more linguine with white clams...I was so happy that I could provide you the joy of food in our last days together. I learned from the best! With every meal I cook, you will be there in the sauce, the wine, the company, the ambiance, and the friendship and family that is the arch of our inner soul and being. RIP and "Mangia, Mangia!"Your Son, Todd
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Your Beloved Son, Todd left a message on November 18, 2012:
Dad, You will be greatly missed. Although only recently did we reconnect, we had so many great times before that. I do not regret time lost, but only cherish the time we had for so many years and very recently. Vegas, cooking together, vacations, watching football, you being my first pain in the ass "boss" as a stock boy at the tavern, helping me on the way in the world financially, emotionally, and mentally, your trips to see me as I grew up in my career and as a man throughout the country, and so much more. As I told you a month ago, there are no hard feelings. All that was up and down in our time as Father and Son made it the fantastic, unique, and defining experience that it was in mine and your life. I am sorry we never got to play pool on my new table in my new place, and to do so many more of the things we wanted to do. But we did more in your life than most could hope for in 10 times the life. The stories and memories abound throughout the days of my life, and you and they shall never fade.
Kish Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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