Edgar “Ed” Martin Grimm, 67, of Amarillo, Texas passed away on June 10, 2022.
Memorial services will be held at 1:00 P.M., Thursday, June 16, 2022, in the Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Dr. G. A. Roach officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.
Ed was born in Amarillo, Texas on January 20, 1955, to Wynonah Eugene and George Martin “Mickey” Grimm, Jr. Ed graduated from Tascosa High School and Amarillo Community College with his associates degree. His career passion was real estate. He held his Texas real estate broker’s license. He also worked many years as a Journeyman electrician in his early working career.
He was preceded in death by his father, George, and mother, Wynonah.
Survivors include his sister, Shelly Grimm (Kris Hayter); nephews, Benjamin Grimm, Matthew Grimm (Jazmin); great-nephew, Greyson; great-niece, Adelynn Grace; uncle, Don Grimm; cousins, Keith Grimm (Merlinda), and Marty Grimm (Tatiana); and multiple cousins.
Ed brought much joy to the many family gatherings that were had and there will be a palpable absence with him gone. Godspeed.
5 Replies to “Edgar “Ed” Martin Grimm”
Please write me and let my wife and I know what happened.
Ed worked for several years and we became close friends, please write
If there was a great word to describe Eddie, it would be passionate. Eddie was a big part of my families life for 10 years and in those years we got to see the many passions that filled his heart. His love for his dogs(they were his world), his love for real estate (he loved learning everything about the industry), and the love he had for those that never gave up on him. His charm and comedic timing kept a smile on your face and his personality will be so greatly missed. Our hearts are breaking that this man is no longer with us but we are comforted knowing that he is now with our creator and we are thankful to our lord for allowing Eddie to be shared with us during his time here, for he will continue to live in our hearts.
Love you Eddie. Thank you for making an impact!
Please write and let us know what happi to Ed. My name is Ronnie Hart. Ed worked for me on several Lowes stores. We became close friends and have emailed each other for the past 12 or more years .Ed wouldn’t answer my emails and I couldn’t figure out why. So tonight I googled him and found out. I’m sorry and also hurt by the news. The last email I received from him he was sitting in some restaurant eating. I will send this to you if you will answer . I also have pictures of Ed when we worked in Houston of year and others taken in Springfield and Kansas City. Please write its [email protected]
Eddy was a remarkable man. He was loved by many. I’m in heartbreak that he is gone🥲 Karen Heinrich
Karen, you were the love of his life. He was just as fond of you the day he left this world as he was when you two were teenagers.