Welcome Edwin Bleiler
Edwin Bleiler arrived here on 8/20/1988 at 2:57 p.m. He weighed almost 9 and a half pounds!. Edwin Bleiler was delivered at Framingham Union Hospital in Framingham, MA by Obgyn Dr, Herman. Edwin Bleiler had blue eyes, chubby cheeks and blonde hair!
Edwin Bleiler and his parents, Joanne T. Bleiler and Edwin U. Bleiler lived at 28 Savoy Road until he was Eddie Bleiler was 3 years old.
A loving family and wonderful friends surrounded Edwin Bleiler.
Great Grandmother's : Kaye Tobin of Sandwich, NH and Kaye Cronin of Marlboro, MA lavished attention on Edwin Bleiler.
Lots of grandparents surrounded Edwin Bleiler! Claire Bleiler of Dedham; Mike & Kathy Gumben of Framingham, and Jim & Marianne Tobin of Framingham, all Massachusetts residents.
Edwin Bleiler's paternal grandfather, Edwin Bleiler, for whom he was named after, died before his birth,.
Several aunts and uncles made up Edwin Bleiler’s extended family. On his mother’s side were James Tobin IV, Vicky Sweet, Jill Gumben, Tracey Tobin, and Troy Dyson and from his father’s side were Robin Carchedi, Steve Bleiler, and Sue Leone
Baptized at St. Anne’s Church in Wayland, MA Edwin Bleiler’s godparents are Bob Hilliard of Reading, MA and Donna LeMoyne, of Worcester, MA.
He came to be known as Eddie Bleiler, and was a very happy little boy. He thrived in his Disney Babies nursery where mom would rock him to sleep. His huge smile brought joy to everyone!
Tasha, a lovable little mutt, gave Eddie Bleiler lots of attention.
Edwin Bleiler’s first birthday brought all his favorite friends and family members. He received two of the same birthday card with a little boy and baseball bat on the front. This would be a sign of great things to come for Edwin Bleiler.
Edwin Bleiler’s most favorite activities were anything he did with his mom and dad. He would work in the yard with dad and mom pushing his little play lawnmower. He loved to feed the ducks at a nearby park and loved to have books read to him. He was an very happy baby.
"Why God Made Little Boys"
God made a world out of His dreams of magic mountains oceans and streams, prairies and plains, and wooded land then paused and thought: I need someone to stand on top of the mountain to conqure the seas, explore the plains and climbs the trees, Someone to start out small and grow sturdy and strong, like a tree, and so... He created boys full of spirit and fun to explore and conquer to romp and run with dirty faces and banged-up chins. When He had completed the task He'd begun He surely said, "That's a job well done." Author Unknown
Welcome Edwin Bleiler.