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In loving memory of
Edwin F Pratt
  • September 23, 1930
  • -
  • September 21, 2020

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Our hero Edwin F Pratt served in the Korean War Jan 1951-Jan 1954. He loved the Lord Jesus with all his heart and lived a very biblical life.

Prior to the Korean War he was in the National Guard.

He married our mother Phyllis Jean Pratt in February, 1952 and they had 10 children together. Our mother Phyllis J Pratt passed in 1989.

He is survived by his children Robert E Pratt, Deborah S Pratt Burwinkel, Thomas E Pratt, Mary Pratt Cox, Patricia A Pratt, 12 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by Joseph W Pratt in 1972, David A Pratt in 1972, Charles E Pratt in 1986,

Donald L Pratt in 2020 and Elizabeth Pratt Born 1974.

The family will receive friends from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm on Thursday, October 1 at Baldwin Brothers Heritage Place 2400 S Washington Street Titusville.

Graveside committal will follow at 2:00 PM at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery.


Cape Canaveral National Cemetery

Date & Time:
October 1, 2020 at 2:00 PM

Cape Canaveral National Cemetery


October 1, 2020
10:30 AM - 1:00 PM

Baldwin Brothers Titusville

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  1. Rhonda Gilliam posted an image:
    02 Oct 2020
    He will forever be missed
    He will forever be missed

  2. Rhonda Gilliam posted an image:
    02 Oct 2020
    So Cute
    So Cute

  3. Rhonda (Pratt) Gilliam says:
    01 Oct 2020
    I have yet to find the words that describe the love of a Grandparent. Grandpa Pratt was my hero and friend and buddy and guardian. He was not a perfect human however watching him evolve as a man of faith and love all of my years has been a source of immense hope for me and my view of the world. My life will have no equal for what Grandpa and Little Eddie were to me and my children. Rocks on my head, cherishing animals and all life, how the earth provides growth and nurtures us all were cultivated by my relationship with Grandpa. He fought for those he loved. He was a wild man in his way - preaching at the top of his lungs, yelling at people like he ruled the land, and he tamed his approach over the years. He will forever be missed as someone to just call and chat and go visit. We all know that he is at home now and will continue to look out for us and be with us in spirit. Amen

  4. Jason Laviolette says:
    30 Sep 2020
    I had the pleasure of working with Mr. Pratt in therapy over the past year. I always appreciated his hard work and his humor despite his late stage in life. I can only imagine how much fun he was with a little more pep. He will definitely be missed! God bless and thank you for your service.

  5. Jason Laviolette lit a candle:
    30 Sep 2020
    Lit since September 30, 2020 at 9:48:37 PM

  6. Alice says:
    28 Sep 2020
    I was honored to meet Edwin Pratt on several occasions. For a man without sight he radiates Gods glory and uncompromising in great abundance. The joy of the Lord poured out of him and blessed everyone he touched. He will be greatly missed here on earth but I encourage everyone to celebrate his new eternal heavenly journey.

  7. Donna Edwards says:
    26 Sep 2020
    Take you sweet yes dad. Blessings to the family. I pray the lord will strengthen you all

  8. Mary Pratt Cox says:
    26 Sep 2020
    The Lord tookYou away from Chronic Issues. I know your happy there we had you so long I can’t complain. My heart aches I will Cherish all of our many talks especially the I Love You Talks I know Day or Night your walking beside me every step of the way..
    You were my Angel in life who just got wings flew to Jesus and became my Guardian Angel! I love you Daddy always and forever! Mary

  9. clay smith says:
    25 Sep 2020
    Mr Eddy our hearts hurt, yet they are filled with joy knowing you are with your Savior and family. Long for the day when we can talk and share stories.
    Clay & Rhonda Smith ( and the puppies)

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