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In Loving Memory

Walter Edward Cole

January 30, 1960 – February 6, 2021

Walter Edward Cole, 61, passed away to be with his Heavenly Father February 6, 2021. Known to his friends and loved ones as "Eddie" and "Fast Eddie", he was a loved presence in many lives. Eddie was born January 30, 1960 in Houston, Texas to Mildred "Millie" Bean Cole and Robert "Bob" Harrison Cole, Jr. He was the youngest of four siblings, survived by Pamela DuBose, Phillip Cole and Debbie Carpenter.

Eddie was talented beyond measure. He was a master of his craft installing beautiful hardwood floors. Eddie loved to fish, listen to Van Halen, U2, Stevie Ray Vaughn and especially loved his 5150 Race Team. Eddie treasured spending time with his "5150 Race Partner" Michael Majeska. He loved visiting family and friends throughout his life. He was a man of many talents; he could fix anything and was meticulous with everything he repaired.

Eddie is survived by his daughters, Laura Marie Steele and Nikki Anne Goins; his son-in-law Mark Goins; Grandchildren Jessie, Caitlyn, Donny, Averie, Makenzie, Ryan, Madelyn, Ryder, Jacob, Karsan and Myles. Great-granddaughter Nova. Eddie had many nieces and nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. He will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered.

Friends and family are invited to attend the Visitation on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 10:00am at the Jeter Memorial Funeral Home, 311 North Friendswood Drive with the funeral service to follow at 11:00am with the Reverend Ricky Harper officiating. The burial will follow at the South Park Funeral Home at 1310 North Main Street, Pearland, TX 77581. Eddie will be buried next to his brother-in-law, Donald Ray McKellop.

Condolences may be sent to the family in care of Jeter Memorial Funeral Home at www.jeterfuneralhome.com .

"For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."   John 3:16

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14 thoughts on “Walter Edward Cole”

  1. Kathleen Nowicki

    No words can express the loss of Eddy. Cherish the memories. There are many. Eddy you always made me laugh! I know you are with your creator and at peace. Your pain is no more.
    RiP Eddy Cole.
    Always your friend.
    Kathy

    1. Eddie your time here with us on this earth was way too short for anyone that knew you. In just a short time I've known you I could see why you would have a lot of friends. You were never the guy asking for help you are the guy that was always giving the help. Anytime I needed your help with anything from working on the red Camaro to hauling trees and bushes to a landscape job all the way in the woodlands you would not blink an eye before answering hell yes let's do it!! Half the time you helped me all you wanted was a free lunch and some gas money for that big old 5150 racing van. Eddie you will be missed very much by both me and my family. Rest in Peace Eddie you will never be forgotten.

  2. Seems like yesterday that we began as kids, our love for fast cars and bikes. You're gonna be missed Little Brother. May you be blessed for all eternity and save a place for us at the table. Rest in Peace "Fast Ed".

  3. Leigh and Ray Cowart

    I don't have any words yet as I still can't believe he's left us. I have so many memories…
    Prayers for his family at this time of bereavement.

  4. Brent, Brandi & Madi Majeska

    He will always be carried in our hearts.
    "God has no endings. He only has eternal beginnings."
    Ride the Eternity Ride!!

  5. The most beautiful floors ever seen that Eddie hand sanded, stained, sealed, polished and overall brought back to life are in our home. We are so lucky to have his prized craft work under our feet for all the best, worst, and all things "life" in our home. Thank you, Eddie, for the laughs and superior detail. Rest In Peace.

  6. Ravi and Michelle Saenz

    We were so heartbroken when we got the news you were gone. I've know you my entire life. You grew up with my dad so you were more of an uncle to me. I can still hear you mocking my dad then all of us cracking up!! We laughed the whole time every time we all got together. Ravi took this hard… he met you when he was 16 years old…32 years ago…you taught him everything he knows about wood floors, handling my dad(haha!) and catching red fish . Some of my best memories are the loud Harleys and muscle cars I grew up hearing. We loved you very much!! Rest In Peace Ed🤟🏼

  7. Prayers for the Family and Healing on Eddy , going to be with Jesus. For our Time on this earth is short, but out life in Heaven, with the new body, god has giving Him is Joyous. Life is Short on This Earth, enjoy, spend time with family, friends, for our New Home will be forever.
    He will now Be catching the biggest fish ever, Riding the Fastest Bikes. Smiling all the time, Looking down on his Many Friends and Family.
    In no more pain, But only now remembering the Good times. No more Laying his Beautiful Masterfully Hardwood flooring jobs, But he left them for us to look at and marvel at the Beauty he left us with as we look at them and Remember, and Smile, at what a Wonderful caring Loving, full of Life , Man he was , to Family, friends, and Every one who Met him. Thinking of them Every time we see them.
    I only Meet Eddy in Port O'Connor about 15 years ago, Here fishing, But seen his hard work, Loving of Life, and Family, Grand kids, as he spoke of them often as also his 5150 racing team . He always called or stopped by when in town to talk, or called just to talk and tell Tales of Fishing and Motorcycles, Family.
    Wish I could been out fishing with him more, now I'm retired and we talked about him coming back to Port O'Connor. to visit, fish, enjoy the small town life .
    R.I.P. and Enjoy the Joyous Heaven, we are promised by the blood of Jesus on the Cross, and being on the right hand side of Jesus, Brother.

  8. Robert and Patti Wagoner AKA Budman

    It is with deep regret to hear of eddies passing. He was a good friend with a very big heart and will be truly missed. My wife and I would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family during their time of bereavement. My wife and I are very disappointed that we can not attend eddies funeral. Unfortunately were socked in with an ice storm here in east Texas. God bless all. Ride on brother, keep the wind in your face.

  9. Dad, I miss you so much! Makenzies and I sat in the car listening to your playlist. I keep seeing sitting in front of the TV jamming to Ban Halen playing drums in the air, I miss going to your beach house with Donny, Jessie, Averie and that boat. Y'all literally got stuck in the water and you use to make me laugh with your imitations which I think I got from you. I wish you could see Karsan grow up and meet your new great grandson Shilo who will be born in May and he will know about Papa Eddie. I would do anything to talk to you like we did and listen to your stories about life. I'm going to miss seeing the green van with curtains and your 5150 race stickers. I listen to your play list all day and night! I love you Dad 💔

  10. Dad, I just listened to I'm in the mood for a melody. I'm proud you're my dad, taken too soon. My heart is shattered but I'm going to be strong like you would want me to be and love will conquer all! 5150 🌻✨♾

    I miss you so much

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