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Condolence From: Ray Alvarado
Condolence: So late did I learn about Ed's passing, from another mutual friend. I froze when I was told about it, but that also rattled my cages reminding myself we all are on borrowed time. My most profound sympathies to Ed's family and close friends.

Ed and myself used to work on myriad plant piping and pipeline projects in Western Canada while at Colt Engg, then WorleyParsons. He is one cheerful but intense person while performing our work. We had lots of comical moments on lengthy field inspections and surveys. We used to say that all these cold hard steel/pipes/massive equipment that surround us mean nothing, if at the end of the day we treat each other with contempt. Unfortunately, such lack of empathy is commonplace in the industry we both worked in. But we made so many friends and acquaintances along the way. Too bad, circumstance and project assignments kept us apart; must have been 10 years since I last saw Ed. But he will always remain in my thoughts and prayers - a true friend, down-to-earth and humble, and always meets you with a smile no matter how hard the problem may be. So long Ed, and rest peacefully.
Saturday February 10, 2018
Condolence From: May Au
Condolence: I met Eduardo at the Albian Sand As Built project at Ft McMurray in 2012 with Worley Parsons. He called me sister and I called him brother. He was a happy guy that was always laughing and singing karaoke. We would get together with our coworkers Robin, Milind and Alberto and sing karaoke after supper. Brother was a generous guy and liked to help colleagues when we had any problems. He was calm and had a positive outlook on making sure that we would be able to solve the problem together.

I was lucky to work with him again in 2015 at Agrium, Carseland. All our coworkers admired his free hand ISO sketches. He was a great teacher and I learned a lot from him.The distance from my house which was in the northwest to Carseland was very far, therefore when winter came, I asked Ed to lease a room to me so I could stay there and avoid the long drive home on the icy Calgary roads. He treated me like family and insisted I not pay him any rent. He cooked dinner and I would do the dishes. Everyday we would have fish because he knew I would never get the chance to have it in my own home because my husband doesn't like the smell! He liked to watch TV Patrol while he was cooking and explained to me what was going on in the Philippines. He told me Aquino was the best president. After dinner he would sing karaoke. He always asked me “Sis, do you like my singing?“ and I always replied ”Brother, you should pay me to listen to you!“ He laughed and continued singing. We were always joking and laughing. He liked to tell me stories about his families, romances, working experience in different countries and adventures. All of his stories were happy and funny.

Always positive and encouraging, Eduardo was my great friend and brother. I am very sad that we have lost such a beautiful person. I miss my brother, but his spirit and his words of wisdom are planted deeply in my heart. I always have a smile on my face when I'm thinking of Eduardo Mendoza. A petite ordinary man with an extraordinary spirit. His sincere personality and beautiful heart touch everyone around him. I believe he is very happy singing beautifully in Heaven now.
Thursday January 11, 2018
Condolence From: Julius & Tess Paez
Condolence: Neng, Jen and Family,

Our heartfelt condolences to you and your family.
We're deeply sadden by this news. Tito Ed is such a great friend, we've shared memories with him and our children way back in Brunei, and we all had high respects to Ed, very kind, generous, always smiling was always full of spirit. He is such a good cook, learned the right way to cook "SISIG" from him. He was a "TITO" to all our kids.

Last time we saw him was during the wedding of Jen & Riyadh, but never saw each other since the family moved to Calgary.

We will truly miss you Tito Ed.
Our prayers are with Neng and Jen's family, may God be with you during this moment of sadness and remember the good memories we've shared with Ed. Eternal rest grant unto Tito Ed oh Lord.
Wednesday January 10, 2018
Condolence From: Robin Thomasgard
Condolence: I became friends with Eduardo when we worked together in an engineering department. He was such a pleasant, and positive guy, and always smiling. My deepest sympathy to the family.
Tuesday January 09, 2018
Condolence From: David Berrouard
Condolence: I had the pleasure of working with Eduardo for many years. Eddy was more than a colleague hew was also a friend. My condolences to all his family and friends
Tuesday January 09, 2018
Condolence From: David Berrouard
Condolence: I had the pleasure of working with Eduardo for many years. Eddy was more than a colleague hew was also a friend. My condolences to all his family and friends
Tuesday January 09, 2018