Mr. Edwin Pease

June 26, 1963 - May 05, 2016

Mr. Edwin Pease

June 26, 1963 - May 05, 2016


On The morning Thursday May 5, 2016 from Oklahoma City, Ok the angles from heaven reached for the hands of Edwin Pease. His services will be Saturday May 14th 2016 at 3:00pm in the Central Missionary Baptist Church where the Senior Pastor Ray K. Gaines. You pay your respect and floral arrangements on Friday 4:00pm til 6:00pm at Central Baptist Church 14th and Georgetown Muskogee, Oklahoma. Burial will follow at Booker T. Washington Cemetery.
On a Beautiful day in late spring, June 18, 1963 in Fort Benning, Georgia a son was born to Erwin and Almetta Buffington- Pease. He was given the name Edwin and after a few years, he was called “Eddie” by his family and friends.

Eddie’s education began at Dubois Elementary in Summit, Oklahoma, A.R. Middle School and fin ally graduating from Muskogee High School. Eddie then served in the U.S. Army National Guard for two years.

His passion was for his family and cooking. He loved to Bar-B-Que Eddie was a kind, friendly and trustworthy person. He loved children he would take them to the park so they could play, one of his younger cousins made a comment that “Uncle” Eddie protected all the younger children (cousins, nieces and nephews). He helped watch the children while Granny Buffington cooked for them.
He will be missed by all of his family. Eddie professed a hope for Christ in Wagoner, Oklahoma while attending a non-denominational church there.

A few years ago Eddie was nearing his close of his day and realized that he was broken and needed to be healed, he then renewed his relationship with Jesus while he was preparing to be reunited with his family. He reached out and touched the Master’s robe and dozed into eternity on May 5, 2016 as Eddie left his earthly tabernacle he was healed.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Erwin and Almetta Pease and his grandparents.

Eddie leaves in God’s care to cherish his memory, two daughters, Britnie (De’Jesus) Walker of Kansas City, MO, and Tierra Walker of Muskogee, Oklahoma; one son Jason Wright of Muskogee, OK three grandchildren, De’Jesus, Jr. Johnny Walker both of Kansas City, Mo and Jalessa Wright of Muskogee, OK; brothers Michael Pease and Jason Terrel both of Muskogee, OK; four sisters, Marquita Pease (Bobby) Lee of Oklahoma City, Ok, Stephanie Kimble, Tracy Buffington both of Muskogee, Ok and Rolonda Pease of Oklahoma City, OK, one uncle, Charles (Pamela) Buffington of Muskogee, OK; five aunts, Elvis Logan, Georgia Reed, Rosetta Pease, Bertha Brown, Ruth Buffington, all of Muskogee, OK one great uncle, Arthur Thomas of Los Angeles California; a great aunt, Mozella Gilyard of Kansas City, Mo; along with a host of cousins, nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.

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5 responses to Mr. Edwin Pease

  1. Greatly Missed Unc Keep Watch Over Us.

  2. To My Family,Now Is The Time For Us To Join Together And Comfort One Another,Uncle Eddie Would Want Us To Cling Together As We Grieve For Him.I Won’T Say Our Loss Because He Is In The Arms Of Jesus,He Is Not Lost.Blessed Are They That Mourn For They Shall Be Comforted.Matt.5:4

  3. Thoughts And Prayers Going Out To Your Family.

  4. Eddie Was My Best Friend Growing Up, I Always Knew Eddie Would Be A Great Family Man, He Loved His Family And They Loved Him Too. We Use To Talk About Getting Married To Our Girlfriends And Raising Kids. We Wanted To Do So Much But Things Got In The Way. Eddie Use To Make Up His Own Jokes He Was Very Funny He Always Kept Us Laughing. And Still Today I Chuckle When I Think Of Him. So Long Bro You Will Always Be Remembered. Your Best Friend Bb Draper

  5. To The Family Of Eddie Pease,Rev 21:4.And God Shall Wipe Away All Tears From Their Eyes;And There Shall Be No More Death, Neither Sorrow,Nor Crying,Neither Shall There Be Any More Pain;For The Former Things Are Passed Away. We All Loved Eddie And He Loved Us So Let Us Be Comforted Know Ing He Is Alright Now.God Bless Us All.

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