Edward E. Minear, 65, of McMechen, WV, died Jan. 23, 2016, at Wheeling Hospital.
He was born May 14, 1950 in Glen Dale, WV, a son of the late Carl and Anna Winters Minear.
Ed was retired from WesBanco in Wheeling, and coached and volunteered with McMechen and Glen Dale Baseball and Basketball Leagues. He coached the youth of Marshall County and was a Legend of Little League Baseball.
In addition to his parents, Ed was preceded in death by a brother, Carl Minear and a sister, Helen Schramm.
Ed is survived by a brother, Kenneth Minear, of Proctor, WV; 2 sisters, Judy Johnson, of Moundsville, Bonnie Blackwell, of Glen Dale and a dear friend, Tracey Boreman of McMechen.
A special thanks to the nurses at the Bishop Hodges Continuous Care Center.
There will be no visitation.
A Memorial service will be held at a later date.
Arrangements by the Altmeyer Funeral Home, online condolences may be extended to the family at www.altmeyer.com
Memorial contributions may be made to McMechen or Glendale Little League Baseball Association, c/o www.TMCFunding.com.
So sorry to hear. Ed was a good guy. Prayers
I worked with Ed for 23 years at Wesbanco, sometimes in the department. But after he moved to the Grove I still had occasion to talk with. He was a good guy, I never saw him get ruffled and lose his cool. Sure hope he was a able to enjoy some of his retirement. My sympathies to his family.
So sorry to hear of Ed passing. He was such a kind and caring person, had such a good sense of humor,too. My thoughts and prayers to all. Ed will be missed by all.
SO SORRY ABOUT ED. WHILE I’VE ONLY SEEN HIM OCCASIONALLY OVER THE PAST FEW DECADES, I’LL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE START OF PLAYING SLOW PITCH SOFTBALL WITH ED ON THE MOUND, HIS HOOK SHOTS ON THE PLAYGROUNDS OF MOUNDSVILLE AND GLEN DALE, OUR TRIP TO WILLIE STARGELL’S “CHICKEN ON THE HILL” RESTAURANT IN PITTSBURGH WITH MICK GARRISON AND SCOTT NEEHOUSE, THE WARSAW DURING THE EARLY 70’S, ALONG WITH MANY OTHER GOOD TIMES……….GLAD HE FOUND HIS NICHE IN HELPING WITH YOUTH SPORTS. I’M SURE HE GAVE A LOT OF MEMORIES FOR ALL THE KIDS HE COACHED OVER THE YEARS AND THEIR OPPONENTS AND UMPIRES, ALSO …..MY THOUGHTS AND SYMPATHY GO OUT TO ED’S FAMILY AND HIS MANY FRIENDS….HE WAS ONE OF A KIND
ED would agree with Bogart ” A hot dog at the game beats roast beef at the Ritz. — Humphrey Bogart a very very good man … he will be missed !
So sorry for your loss! You’re all in my prayers & thought!! Ed was a good friend of my husband, Mike Lake(Murf). They coached baseball together. Ed is now in heaven with Murf & Lou, drinking beer & discussing baseball. Heaven just gained another angel!
So sorry for the loss of Ed. Such a great guy. He did so much for our kids, and never asked for anything in return (except to maybe sit down for a good story over a cold beer). Rest easy, my friend. We’ll have some tales to tell when we meet again some day.