In Loving Memory

Edward L. Hammond, Sr., d. Jan. 18, 2014



In Loving Memory

June 17, 1962 – January 18, 2014

hammond                 hammondfam

Mobile, AL

Edward Lee Hammond, Sr., 51, born in Cornersville, Indiana and a resident of Mobile, passed away on Saturday, January 18, 2014 at his home.  Edward was employed as an electrician for Beier Radio and was a veteran of the US Army.  He enjoyed NFL football and was a huge fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Reds.  Going fishing and enjoying a beautiful day at the beach were some of his favorite things to do.  More than anything else, he cherished his family and loved spending time with his grand kids and he made sure they all knew it.  His children and his grandchildren were his heart.  Preceding him in death are his parents, parents, Charles Hammond and Patricia Durham.

Surviving are his loving wife, Connie King Hammond, of Mobile;  son, Edward (Jennifer) Hammond, Jr.; daughter, Jennifer Hammond (Trey) Roberts; four stepchildren, Jeffrey(Courtney) LaForce, Johnathan (Maggie) LaForce and Kevin (Paige) LaForce and Jennifer Mason Hammond; six grandchildren, Patricia Hammond, Ryder Roberts, Hannah LaForce, Abbigail LaForce, Maia Hernandez (LaForce) and Christopher Lirette (LaForce) and many other relatives and friends.

Services for Edward will be private.  Expressions of condolence may be made at  Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home & Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL.


  1. Marguerite (Maggie) Laforce

    You will be missed and have always been loved. R.i.p. pawpaw ed. We all loved you.

  2. Debbie Lunsford

    It’s hard to say good bye to someone that you know you will never see again this side of heaven. Ed you are dear to my heart and I will cherish all the memories we have. You lived to make the ones you loved happy. You loved your family with all you heart. I will miss you until I see you again. What a reunion that will be. Love you always Your cousin Debbie

  3. Denise Fountain

    Prayers for family members and friends as you struggle with your loss.

  4. Andrea Oehms

    Connie I wish I would have known where his service was. I would have been there for you girl. Someone from work. My hearth goes out to all of you. Love you Connie…miss you. Andrea

  5. Sherry Andrews

    Sorry about your loss. You are in my prayers and thoughts. Love you all. May God bring you all the comfort you need at this time.

  6. Cathy

    Connie & Family so sorry for your loss . May God grant you the strength to get through this.Cherish all your memories .

  7. Stephanie Entrekin

    Sweet Connie you and your family are in my thoughts and Prayers. May God grant you all peace and comfort you in your time of loss. Love You!!.

  8. Breanne Prince

    You are in my thoughts & prayers…love you!!!

  9. Jennifer Hammond

    What an amazing man!!!! Thank you Ed for all that you’ve done for me and my family. We all love you and will miss you everyday!!!!! I can’t wait to see you again, and watch a Steelers game from heaven! 🙂 I love you more than I could ever say!! Xoxo

  10. Rose

    Connie I’m so sorry for the loss of Ed we all love him so much,He will be missed daily,We will all keep hime close to our hearts,we had so much fun as kids,I glad for those memories.RIP my dear cousin.Rosie

  11. anita boo powell

    R.I.P eddie hammond I love you you were one of my favorite cousin.god couldn’t took better angel home.

  12. Pam Copeland Tomlin

    I remember going to grade school with Eddie.I think we were in fifth or sixth grade he would chase me around the school yard.Good memories.I always wondered where he moved to. Connie I don’t know you but I m so sorry for you and your families loss.I knew he would grow up and have a wonderful family.

    • Debbie

      Pam, this is Eddie’s cousin. Thank you for the kind words. He grew up to be a wonderful man and he loved his family and friends. Well, he actually loved everyone! thank you again for taking the time to find this site and sharing with the family

  13. Toby Weiss

    I would just like to leave a short message to the Hammond Family as the tears fill my eyes i also find my self with a grin and a smile thinking about time I spent with Ed.Sr. Some one I call my friend a Man’s Man who always seemed to have a way of making me feel at home where ever we were. He had no Fear of man or beast would take on projects no one else could or would. A man that could tell a story or a Lie that would make even the meanest of person smile.So Connie and Family I say to you in your time of loss my heart and prayers are with you all. To Sr.Until we meat Again.


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