Edward Shimborske Sr., 82, of Trumbull Avenue SE Warren, died at suddenly and peacefully at his home on Saturday February 11, 2007. Ed was born March 30th, 1924 in Fredericktown, Pennsylvania the son of the late Louis and Sadie (Meisner) Shimborske. He attended school in Fredericktown and later joined the United States Navy, serving in the Pacific Theater during World War II. He spent most of his time aboard the USS Ottawa, and was proud to serve his country. Ed briefly worked as a coal miner at the Vesta Mines. He moved to Warren in 1955, and worked as a Union Carpenter. Ed was hired at General Motors Lordstown when it opened in 1966, and retired following a twenty year career there. Edward was a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, the National Rife Association, and the Carroll F. Clapp Masonic Lodge 655 of Warren. He was an avid hunter, fisherman, golfer, and bowler, who enjoyed gardening, woodworking, inventing clever devices, reading and spending time with his family. A natural-born storyteller, Edward possessed a charismatic personality and a flair for engaging anecdotes and tales of the past. Ed is survived by his wife Anne Kraynek whom he married on February 24, 1946 in Monessen Pa. Ed is also survived by two sons Daniel of Palm Gardens, Florida, and Edward Jr. and his wife Karen of Warren. He also leaves behind three grandchildren Edward III and his wife Jennifer, Micah and Thomas, and three great-grandchildren Madison, Edward IV, and Emma Shimborske. He was preceded in death by his parents, six brothers John, Alex, Walter, Frank, Louis, and Leo Shimborske, and three sisters Helen Shimborske, Francie Brandtonies, and Eva Collage. Calling hours will be from 5:00-8:00PM Tuesday at the Roberts-Clark Funeral Chapel. A funeral service will be held at 11:00AM Wednesday at Emmanuel Lutheran Church Pastor Kelly Faulstich will officiate. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery.