September 14, 1924 - June 7, 2021
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June 10, 2021
I have vivid memories of Aunt Edna's blue eyes, jet black hair and most of all her laughter. One of my favorite memories is when the Aase sisters (Eleanor, Edna & Dorothy) got together in the summer on Saturday afternoons. Coffee flowed & so did the laughter. She was the Aunt I spent the most time with when I was growing up. We continued to stay in touch over the years. Bless her for being such a loving aunt. My heartfelt condolences go to my cousins, her grandchildren and extended family.
Trudy Greene and Dusty Rief
June 9, 2021
My heart goes out to Aunt Edna’s family. She will be greatly missed as much as she was loved. I remember so many happy times with Auntie and Aunt Eleanor when they lived up Rapid Lightning. Riding horses and playing with all our cousins…. I’ll store those memories forever. She’s with her family that preceded her now and is smiling down at us, with her sisters at her side.
June 9, 2021
When I was a boy growing up in Sandpoint my mom would get together with her sisters. Aunt Eleanor and Edna's laughter could fill a house up. When I grew up I heard a song by John Prine and it reminded me of my aunts. The lyrics that hit a note with me was "When I get to heaven I want to see all my mom's sisters, because that's where all the love starts, miss them all like crazy, bless their little hearts." Aunt Edna was the last of the Aase sisters, I will miss her and the love she brought to the Aase sister's families. Hope her family finds peace in her passing and the remembrance of her love. I will never forget her laugh!