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Dr. Edward Hamme

November 16, 2012


Dr. Edward Hammer



Hammer, Dr. Edward, 90, passed away Thursday, Oct. 4, surrounded by family at his home in San Clemente, joining his beloved wife, Maxine and son, Richard.

He was born in Leon, Kan. in 1921. He joined the Marines in 1941 and served in World War II as one of Carlson’s Raiders. He was wounded during the battle of Iwo Jima and awarded the Purple Heart. 

Edward worked his way through USC Dental School graduating in 1955; his first dental practice was in Lone Pine. He moved his family to Santa Ana in 1960 where he practiced until his retirement in 1988. 

He shared his big heart, great generosity and sense of humor with countless family and friends. He was a skilled carpenter and was always busy with a project. He took great pride in his family, his Catholic faith, his service to his country and his home state of Kansas. 

He will be loved forever and greatly missed. 

He is survived by his children, Dan (Linda), Timothy (Mary Pat), Mary Angela Hammer, Thomas (Marie), Tobias (Jeannie), Patrick (Diana), Margie Harmon (Jeff) and Maureen Parten (Patrick); 16 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. 

A viewing and Memorial Mass were held on Oct. 10.

Visit to express condolences and sign the family’s guest book.

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