Letts, Edward ‘Ed’

Letts, Edward ‘Ed’

February 25th, 2021

Passed away at University Hospital, on Thursday, February 25, 2021, Mr. Edward Letts, of London, in his 85th year. Beloved husband of Kathie Letts. Loving father of Sean Letts and his wife, Jacquie; and grandfather of their daughters Kaitlin and Michelle, of San Diego. Fondly remembered by his family and friends; and Don and Ginny Tremblay. Ed was a devoted husband, a great father and an amazing grandfather. He devoted his life to teaching and had retired from South Secondary School after a long and successful career as Head of the Department of Mathematics. In retirement, Ed was an avid gardener and a doting grandfather. While he will be missed, Ed has left us with countless happy memories and he will live on forever in our hearts. Due to the ongoing pandemic, there will be no visitation or funeral service at this time. A Celebration of Ed's Life will be held at a future date when COVID-19 conditions improve. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Ed are asked to consider Diabetes Canada. 

 

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Karen S StephensonThinking of Sean and his family during this very difficult time. Your Mom and Dad were good friends with my parents Roy & Marguerite Stephenson. I have many good memories of The Lucan Bean festival and times your parents socialize with my parents.
Ed SchalkMy thoughts and prayers go out to the Lett’s family during this difficult time. Mr Letts was my construction tech based math teacher at Beal in 1980 and 81. He was an amazing teacher who always encouraged you to do in life what makes you happy. Took his advice and eventually ended up being a shop teacher. Rest In Peace sir and safe journey.
Graham BrownI worked with Ed at South. He was a lovely man and a dedicated teacher. Please accept my condolences.
Mary-Lou Phoenix-SheelerI am so sorry to hear of Ed’s leaving us. I always admired how well he handled his diabetes, and what a wonderful gardener! My sympathies to you, Sean, whom I have known since the day you were born. There are so many warm memories of times with Ed and Kathy. Rest in peace, Ed.
Robin Rundle DrakeMy deepest sympathy at this sad time. Mr. Letts was the best math teacher I ever had (Beck 1967-1972). He expected you to the do the work, and he treated you with firm kindness. He had a beautiful smile. May he rest in peace.
Douglas VirtueTed was a great neighbour & even greater friend. I will miss visiting him & the many upbeat conversations. All my prayers & thoughts to his family.
Lorne HooperI would like to extend my sympathy to the family. I enjoyed meeting Ed on his travels around the neighbourhood where we reminisced about our association through the Board of Education . I admired his strength to maintain independence and his optimism . His contribution to education was so positive that he will long be remembered .
Doug BensteadI was very sad to hear of the passing of Mr. Letts. He was one of the finest teachers I had the privilege to study ,with. He helped me to understand mathematics and inspired me to follow his footsteps and study math at University and a career in teaching. My condolences to his family.
Finn and Mary RyanSincere sympathy to Sean and his family at this sad time. We have fond memories of socializing with Ed and Kathie many years ago. May he Rest in Peace
Heimrich, Marilyn & FamilySean, Jacquie & Family; I am sending our condolences on behalf of Mom (Marilyn Heimrich), Laurie, Dave and all our families. We are saddened to hear of the loss of your Father. My Mom was best friends with your Mother, as you well know, and has very fond memories of good times shared with both your parents. (of course Dave & I have good memories of hanging out with you many years ago as well!) You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time. Mark Heimrich for, Marilyn Heimrich & Family
David LucyUndoubtedly, the best teacher I ever had, at Sir Adam Beck for grade 11 and 13 math. My grade 13 year, 1967 was the last year of departmental examinations throughout the province of Ontario. He prepared our class, as well as anybody could and I much appreciated that, as it allowed me to continue on to University and earn a degree in Business and Economics. He was tough and often sent me to the vice principal’s office, as I never had a note for missing classes. My parents lived 850 miles away and Mr. Lets and I finally resolved the problem by him allowing me to write my own sick notes. He soon garnered a great respect for me and me for him and I know that all the students he taught, were very lucky! I am glad he had a long life and I know he will be missed by all his friends and family. Please accept my most sincere and deep condolences.
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