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Edward Albert Hancuff

Edward Albert Hancuff Sr., 77, of Dunedin, Florida passed away unexpectedly Sunday, September 5, 2021 at his home.

He was born on Wednesday, August 2, 1944 in Meadville, Pennsylvania to Charles William Hancuff, Sr and Mabel Huttelmayer Hancuff.

Ed graduated from Meadville Area Senior High in 1962 and remained close with his classmates over the years. He attended Roanoke Bible College, now Mid-Atlantic Christian University, for one year and graduated from Campbell University with a Bachelor of Science in Business. He was a true Entrepreneur, starting Total Data Systems, a computer programming business. While supporting his customers over the last 44 years, Ed has also created life-long friendships with customers.

Ed was a kind and loving Grandfather, known as Pop, who loved visiting with family. He enjoyed walking on the beach and Bible study with friends.

He is survived by his children: son, Edward A. Hancuff, Jr.; daughters, Sherry Dawn Hancuff; and Wendy Michelle Hancuff; and their mother, Charlene Alsobrooks; Granddaughters Vitallia Dennell Williams and Kasey Michelle Williams; Great Granddaughter Charley Hancuff Williams; brother Charles “Chuck” W. Hancuff, III; Sister Charlene Lynn Hancuff; multiple nieces and nephews; and life-long friends Bill and Linda Watt and family.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother Charles W. Hancuff, Jr. (infant); and sister Janice Lee Stroud (Gene Arden).

There will be a Celebration of Life in Pennsylvania at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Mid-Atlantic Christian University, 715 N. Poindexter Street, Elizabeth City, NC 27909.

Arrangements are being handled by Veterans Funeral Care, Clearwater, Florida. 727-524-9202

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  • Daniel Merritt says:

    Ed and I were good friends. We spent a lot of time discussing Jesus and the Bible. We visited folks for the Surfside Christian Church. Ed asked me to help him with documenting and working his programs; I did, and we enjoyed working together. I love you brother – see you when our Lord returns.

  • George Miller says:

    Ed and I served as deacons at Capital City Church of Christ. Ed loved the Lord and are families spent many good times together. Our sincere condolences to the family, we know you will miss him. God bless, George & Judy Miller

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