Edward Patrick Blekitas, 56, died May 24, 2023 in Barefoot Bay, FL.
He was born in Nashua, NH on September 28, 1966. Son of Pauline H. Boska of Barefoot Bay and Michael B. Blekitas of Tilton, NH.
Eddie graduated from Merrimack High School in Merrimack, NH and in 1991 he received his Bachelor of Science degree in plastics engineering from U MASS at Lowell.
Eddie loved playing golf and playing his guitar. He was a faithful follower of the Grateful Dead. Eddie had a passion for all music and sports and riding his motorcycle. He loved cooking for family and friends while entertaining with humorous tales of his endless encounters. His door and his heart were always open, and he was always available to anyone in need.
Edward is survived by his parents; his son, Adam Cody Blekitas and his daughter, Tia Marie Blekitas of both of Nashua, NH. Eddie was proud to see Adam participate in the Special Olympics and Tia become an honor roll student as a Junior at Nashua High School. He also leaves four sisters, Jennifer Blekitas of Barefoot Bay, Stacey Blekitas of Weare, NH, Kathryn Bouford of Florida, and Laurie Blekitas of York, ME.
Eddie was very close to his uncle, David Blekitas and Aunt LuAnn Soucy both of Nashua. He was a loving uncle to his many nieces and nephews.
Taken too soon, Eddie will be missed and loved always!
Celebration of life will be held in Barefoot Bay and Nashua at a later date.
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