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Funeral Details


Funeral Details

Edward Mark Netter


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Memorial Contributons

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
4550 Montgomery Avenue, Suite 1100 N
Bethesda, Maryland 20814


Edward Mark Netter, 65

Beloved husband of Debbie Netter for 38 years. Loving father of Sam Netter and Miriam (Levi) Gordon. Proud grandfather of Jameson, Halia, Billy, Ezra, and Gideon. Devoted son of Ruth and Jules Netter, and son-in-law of Judith and the late Herbert Wasserman. Dear brother of Jeffrey Netter and Kim Netter and brother-in-law of Amy Wasserman, and Daniel (Mariella) Wasserman. He will be missed by his many nieces, nephews, cousins, and countless friends. Ed was an avid fisherman, searching for "The Big One." He will be forever in our hearts. To keep everyone safe and healthy, the interment service will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, To attend the funeral live stream and shiva information, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals - Buffalo Grove Chapel, 847.229.8822,


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Tom Griffo

Saddened by this news. I worked with Ed for some 10 years, and I will sum up who he was in two words: "True Gentleman" My condolences to the Netter family. Rest in eternal peace, Ed.

Jack Zaner

Ed worked for me in the 80s. He was instrumental in the initial success of our company. Ed was bright, fair and cool under pressure. I am deeply saddened by his passing and send my heartfelt condolences to his family.

Dr and Mrs Steven Malkin

We will remember Ed’s quiet demeanor and how he may have been a man of few words but could deliver hysterical punchlines and convo zingers! He was a perfect compliment to Debbie’s persona, based on mutual live, respect and support.
We have memories of fun adventures and a new appreciation for mead! It may seem cliche to state “may his memory be for a blessing” but our memories of Ed will live on with us. We send our enending live and support to Debbie and wish her strength and peace.

Micheal Rue

Cousin Ed was very kind. Although I didn't see him very often, when I did, he (and Debbie) took great care of me, providing me with room and board, taking me on several adventures to find the World's Best Chicago Hot Dog, and partake in deep conversations.


Tanya Crucé (Pitman)

I am so glad that I got to spend thanksgiving with Ed and Debbie and the family last year. Wishing you strength and love during this sad time, love Tanya

Peter Waldman

Ed inspired me and truly changed my life. He gave me my first job in the Financial Industry 20 years ago. We worked together for the next 17 years. When I would introduce Ed as the one who got me started in the industry, he would joke that I should blame him, not thank him. But I do thank Ed profusely for his influence, leadership and dedication. I was deeply saddened by his passing and my heart goes out to his family.

Dave Wasseman

So sorry to hear about Ed. I fondly remember seeing Debbie and Ed at many Ravinia concerts. Ed was always friendly, soft-spoken and unassuming. A mensch to say the least.

Prayer for Debbie, Sam, Miriam, all your grandkids, Amy, Judy and all who loved him.

Dave, Denise, Julia & Lucy Wasserman
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