Thursday, February 11, 2010

Ed Nebel

Dear readers,

Many people knew our friend, Ed Nebel. He was married to our dear Stacey and died this week. Please keep her in your prayers. Ed was a fun and exciting person, always ready to talk about books and music and writing. May he join his precious little girl in Heaven and rest in peace.

Edward J. Nebel Jr.
Mr. Edward J. Nebel Jr. Port Huron Mr. Edward J. Nebel Jr., age 45, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday in his home. He was born on October 25, 1964 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, a son of Dr. Edward J. and Evelyn (Schmelzer) Nebel. Ed graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Skidmore College in New York and a Master of Arts Degree from New York University. He was an associate professor at Macomb Community College in Warren. Ed enjoyed writing and reading literature and history. Edward is survived by his parents, Edward J. (Jacqueline) Nebel M.D. of St. Clair and Evelyn Nebel of Thornton, Colorado; three siblings, Anne (Dimitri) Prekas of Doha, Qartar, Patricia (Mark) Hill of Broomfield, Colorado and John (Kristina) Nebel of Brooklyn, New York; and wife, Stacey Simon Nebel; step-brother David Myers of Naples, Florida. Edward was predeceased by his daughter, Berghetta Justine Nebel on October 13, 2001. A funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, February 13, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Peter Catholic Church, Market Street, Mount Clemens with the Reverend Father Michael N. Cooney officiating. Burial will follow at St. Peter Catholic Cemetery in Clinton Township. Mr. Nebel will rest in the Will and Schwarzkoff Funeral Home, 233 Northbound Gratiot Avenue, Mount Clemens on Friday from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:15 a.m. until time of prayers at 10:15 a.m. Memorial contributions to the Michigan Heart Association .


Published in The Times Herald on February 11, 2010

10 comments:

The Non Stop Shoebox said...

Sorry for your trouble. God Bless.

Anonymous said...

I was sorry to learn aboit Mr. Nebel's passing. He was a fun professor and told alot of good stories made me want to go to New York City and made class very enjoyable.

jodi said...

Michelle, what a lovely tribute. Ed would have loved it..xo

Anonymous said...

Ed and I went to the Cranbrook School together. What a great guy and good friend.

We partied ALOT together.. All good times.

He will be missed.

A true character.

R.J. Meurer, Jr.
Duxbury, MA

PS-Anyone that can fill me in on the last 20 years of his life....would appreciate it.

Anonymous said...

Professor Nebel was an often highly energetic individual. We all have our foibles but he did not really pretend to be other than who he was. I am glad he was fortunate enough to have travelled and done many audio books. He will be missed especially for his sense of humor and good nature.

Anonymous said...

Thank you...
with love, hugs and tears,
~Stacey

james said...

I was in a class with Ed at Port Huron Northern High School and found him a really positive,intelligent guy.We went to a Bauhaus concert in Detroit and had a great time.Sadly,I never saw him after high school and was saddened to hear of his passing and problems.R.I.P. Ed.

Linda Gowell said...

Ed and I went to Skidmore together and shared some wonderful times in Paris during junior year abroad. We continued to develop our friendship when he moved to NYC and he and Stacy visited me when they were first married. He was a wonderful spirit and I treasure his place in my life. Unfortunately, we lost touch over the past 7-8 years.

I would love it if Stacy could contact me; I have a few things of Ed's that she may want.

Linda Gowell, NYC
lindanell@aol.com

Bob Lukomski said...

Just found out (11 Months Later) about Ed's (aka Duward's) passing. It hit me like a semi. Ed was a great friend, mentor, collaborator, cheerleader of my work. Over the past 10 years I had very spotty contact (my own demons to contend with) but the old Bull always had a good grunt to give. My belated condolences to Stacey.

Bob Lukomski (aka Bobby Mole)
bob@boblukomski.net

Shel said...

I realize this post is over a year old, but I was so saddened to read about Professor Nebels passing. He was so young do you have any details as to what happened to him? He was one of my favorite professors and he was so full of life! This just broke my heart. My thoughts are with his family.