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- Posts: 248
- Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:59 pm
- First Name: William
- Last Name: Vanderburg
- Location: Jackson, NJ
- MTFCA Number: 28382
According to Facebook, Charles ED Henline passed away on February 26, 2020
William L Vanderburg
1922 Center Door Sedan
- Posts: 688
- Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2019 5:25 pm
- First Name: George
- Last Name: House
- Location: Northern Caldwell County TX
- MTFCA Number: 115
- MTFCA Life Member: YES
I’m sorry to hear that. He was a good MTFCI guy from Maryland. One year he had a booth next to me at Chickasha. Very knowledgeable about T s. I liked him
“Fear is a Reaction...
Courage is a Decision”...Sir Winston Churchill
- Posts: 180
- Joined: Mon Jan 07, 2019 5:25 am
- First Name: John
- Last Name: Iaccino
- Location: Rhinebeck, NY
- MTFCA Number: 17802
Ed was a great guy. I used to stop and see him every year at Hershey. He will be missed.
- Posts: 244
- Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:06 pm
- First Name: Jerry
- Last Name: VanOoteghem
- Location: S.E. Michigan
Always enjoyed seeing Ed. May his soul rest in peace.
- Posts: 28
- Joined: Wed Jan 09, 2019 12:19 am
- First Name: Trent
- Last Name: Boggess
- Location: New Hamshire
Ed was a good friend, who was also interested in NRS Fords.
We are diminished.
- Posts: 266
- Joined: Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:01 pm
- First Name: R.V.
- Last Name: Anderson
- Location: Kennedy, NY
As if I needed it, I now have one more reason not to ever sell my '14. It's loaded with good, correct parts I bought or swapped for with friends. Every time I drive or even just look at the car, it's like a family reunion. Ed sold me the muffler that's on the car now. Deepest condolences to Beulah and the entire family. Ed's passing leaves a void in the hobby.
- Posts: 121
- Joined: Sun Jan 06, 2019 9:18 pm
- First Name: Terry
- Last Name: Bond
- Location: Chesapeake VA
- MTFCI Number: 15718
Knew Ed a long time. He was a great guy and knew every inch of the early Fords. We horse-traded many parts over the years. Will miss him.