Eddie  Serrano

September 12, 1927 - June 18, 2020

Visitation: Friday, June 26, 2020, 9-11 am; Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills.

Service: Friday, June 26, 11 am; Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills.

Eddie Serrano

Beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle, brother and patriot passed away at the age of 92 on Thursday, June 18, 2020 with loved ones at his side. He is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years, Andrelina, two sons, Eddie and Ron and daughter-in-law Peggy, daughter Janice and son-in-law Robbie; and five grandchildren: Ryan, Brandon, Andi, Dani, and Tori.
Born Edmundo Francisco Serrano on Sept. 12, 1927 in the Philippines to Alfonso and Dominga Serrano. He would officially change his name to Eddie when he became a U.S. citizen. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1946 and his naval career took him to San Diego, Hawaii, Japan, Norfolk, and the Philippines. In 1965, he was selected as Master Chief of the White Staff Mess which brought the Serrano family to Washington D.C. He retired from the Navy in 1971 and joined the White House Military Office as the Assistant Presidential Food Service Coordinator.
Eddie took great pride in his White House service. He supported all presidential events – big and small. Some of the memorable events included traveling with President Nixon to China and going to Key Biscayne and San Clemente with the first family for holidays and vacations. He often jogged with President Carter and was at Camp David with President Carter when the peace agreement was signed between Israel and Egypt. Eddie presented President Reagan with a cake on his 70th birthday and was called to the hospital when President Reagan was shot to support his recovery. After serving six Presidents, Eddie fully retired in 1993 giving him more time to pursue his favorite activities of fishing, crabbing, watching movies (mostly Westerns) and especially cooking. Most of all, he cherished spending time with his family. He wanted to be at every family event – big and small. His cooking and storytelling made every gathering special.
Eddie brought joy to every life he touched and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Family and friends are welcome on Friday, June 26th to a viewing from 9 am until 11 am at Devlin Funeral Home, 806 Perry Hwy., North Hills. A Blessing Service will be held at 11 am at the funeral home, with Rev. Jim Torquato officiating. Eddie will be buried with full military honors at Arlington National Cemetery at a future date.

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  • Raymond J. Millaway

    Eddie & I served at the same time in the White House and at Camp David; he was a great man! I have many memories of his generosity and kindness to his fellow White House Comrades. Many of our holidays spent traveling away from home were brighter because of him and his excellent Staff. Peace be with you Eddie – no doubt serving our Lord in Heaven…

  • Mary Jean Palma Endozo

    Our deepest sympathy and condolences . Rest In Peace uncle Eddie. You will be truly missed. We love you so much . Thank you for everything 🙏❤️😢

  • Eve Poblete and Family

    Our deepest sympathy and prayers to Ate Andreling and family. Rest in peace Kuyang.

  • Analyn Serrano, Livermore California

    I was saddened after hearing that Uncle Eddie passed away. I still remember the warm welcome that he gave us when my family came to visit him back in 2016. My children – John and Joe who are so proud because, they had a grandpa who worked at the White House and served 3 US Presidents. Uncle Eddie always had a warm smile, good disposition, kind hearted, loving and a very inspirational person.
    We will surely missed You, Uncle. My deepest Sympathy and Prayers to Auntie Andreling and Family.

  • Aida Pineda

    Our family has your family in our thoughts and prayers. May you find strength in each other’s love and comfort in great memories.

  • Jocelyn & Jimmy Brown, Joe Soriano, and Flo & Mike Kogok Families

    Ninang, we are so sorry to hear of my Ninong’s passing. We will always treasure our memories with our families on vacation to Ocean City, MD, fishing and crabbing at Solomons Island, MD and all the fun parties in Birchwood City at everyone’s homes, and the large family picnics at Fort Washington and so many more memories we will always cherish. You are in God’s arms and keeping company with our parents too. On behalf of my siblings and I, our deepest sympathies are with you and may our continued thoughts and prayers comfort the entire Serrano Family….

  • Jennifer Serrano Tarwid

    My Deepest sympathy to my Aunt Adrelina and the whole family. I will surely miss but never forgotten my Uncle Eddie he was a great man and a hero to me. I will definitely treasure All my Awesome memories Of my Uncle Eddie. I love you ❤️ And thank you! May your soul rest peacefully. Sending prayers to my Aunt and families.

  • Lala serrano alcantara

    Our deepest sympathy and Condolences from the family of Percy (Baliwag, Bulacan, Philippines)

  • Precy Serrano Hernandez

    Our deepest sympathy and Condolences our thoughts and prayers are with Auntie Andreling and family.

  • Precy Serrano Hernandez

    Our deepest sympathy and Condolences our thoughts and prayers are with Auntie Andreling and family.

  • Carol Craig

    Sorry for your loss, I will be praying for you and your family.

  • David Emanuel

    I am sorry for the loss of a great father and a excellent conversationalist.

  • Ebeth De Guzman

    Our deepest sympathy….. From the Family of Ted and Eta (Philippines)


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