Edgar “Ed” Munn


(December 26, 1957 – April 10, 2021)

Ed Munn passed away on Saturday, April 10, 2021 in Ft. Worth, TX. He was born Edgar Eugene Munn on December 26, 1957 in Modesto, California to James “Roy” and Phyllis Weideman Munn. While in high school, he was a member of the band and he also lettered in both basketball and golf, a sport that he continued to play while attending the University of the Pacific from which he graduated in 1980.

Ed spent his career of 35 years working for several defense companies including CAE-Link, Hughes, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, and BAE Systems as a Pricing Analyst, Cost Estimator, and Pricing Manager. He worked in multiple cities in Texas over the course of his career as well as in several other states including Tennessee, New York, South Carolina, Colorado, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama before settling in Comanche in 2008.

Ed married Julie Lloyd in New Braunfels in 1986 and, in 1993, their son, Kyle, was born. When not working, Ed was a family man and spent time helping with his son’s activities or playing golf, his lifelong passion, whenever he was able to. He was also previously a proud member of the Elks Lodge having joined it after seeing the enjoyment the Elks Lodge of Modesto had brought his father while he growing up.

Ed is survived by his wife, Julie and his son, Kyle, of Comanche. He is also survived by his sister, Jackie Munn, of Turlock, CA, his mother-in-law Wanda Lloyd, of Comanche, and his aunts, Opal Everitt of Pearl, MS and Anne Munn of Hopeville, CA. In addition, he is survived by his niece, Jennifer Perry, husband, Greg and children, Cecilia and Luke, of Caldwell, his nephews, Andrew Lloyd, wife Molly, and daughter, Maisie, of Meadows Place, Patrick Lloyd of Bryan, and Tanner Miller of Gilmer as well as numerous cousins. Ed was preceded in death by his parents, Roy and Phyllis Munn, of Modesto, CA and numerous aunts and uncles.

Throughout his life, Ed believed in hard work and helping others. He was known for always being willing to help wherever he could. He will be remembered for his sense of humor, telling jokes, and having a quick wit. He will be missed by all who knew him.

No formal visitation has been set but friends may come by the funeral home during daytime hours to pay their respects.

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