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This profile was last updated on 2/11/11  and contains information from public web pages.

Salesman

Local Address: Westlake, Ohio, United States
Gunton Corp. for Pella Windows
 
Background

Employment History

  • Sales Representative
6 Total References
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Arlington, Texas - The Super Bowl ...
www.dreamfoundation.org, 11 Feb 2011 [cached]
Arlington, Texas - The Super Bowl lived up to Ed Demyan's expectations. His adopted team, the Green Bay Packers, prevailed over the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25.
"You know, I'm a Cleveland Browns fan first, but I was thrilled to see the Packers beat the Steelers," Demyan said. "If my Browns couldn't win it, I'm glad Green Bay did. When you're a Browns fan, or an Indians fan, or a Cavs fans, you need a backup team to root for."
It's easy to root for the 47-year-old Demyan, a father of three girls and a salesman for Gunton Corp., a distributor for Pella Windows, in Westlake, Ohio. Demyan was diagnosed with Stage III pancreatic cancer in May 2010.
After 13 chemotherapy treatments and a month of radiation, Demyan was scheduled to have surgery. Three days before the operation, doctors told Demyan the cancer had spread to his bones, and the surgery was canceled. In December, he had two more sessions of chemotherapy.
"In November, Ed was given the news that he has six to nine months," said his fiancée, Mary Kaye Mackulin.
...
"They made Ed's dream come true and it's magic. He couldn't believe we were going to Dallas for the Super Bowl."
It may not exactly be magical, but it is amazing what donated frequent-flier miles, scores of phone calls and the dedication of the Dream Foundation staff can accomplish.
"We are honored to be able to serve Ed's dream," said Thomas Rollerson, Dream Foundation founder.
...
Ed and Mary Kaye deserve time away from his prognosis."
...
Demyan and Mackulin share a love of football, and in a letter to the organization they shared their wish to attend Super Bowl XLV in Dallas.
...
The itinerary for their five-day trip to Dallas was hand-delivered by volunteers to Demyan at his home Feb. 1.
...
You don't know how Ed will feel or be in a few months or next spring."
...
"Ed is such a trouper," she said.
...
"Jim and his wife were so nice to us," Demyan said.
...
Accordingly, Demyan wore his No. 57 Cleveland Browns jersey to the Super Bowl in honor of Clay Matthews' father, who played 16 seasons for the Browns.
...
On Sunday, accompanied by Dream Foundation board member Richard Burnham, Demyan and Mackulin took their seats in Cowboys Stadium for the Super Bowl.
...
"I think the Packers will win, 31-30," Demyan predicted. "It will be close. But I'm from Cleveland and I don't want the Steelers to win. We're surrounded by Steelers fans and they have an attitude. They're not like Packer fans."
Demyan enjoyed the close finish and the excitement and emotion of the post-game trophy presentation.
"That's where the Lombardi trophy belongs - in Green Bay," he said.
...
Demyan will battle his cancer the best he can in the coming year, with a supportive fiancée and family at his side. He is even looking forward to a possible return to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis next season.
"If I'm still around, I'd love to be in Indianapolis," Demyan said. "For the Packers vs. the Browns.
News - Dream Foundation
www.dreamfoundation.org, 27 Nov 2009 [cached]
Arlington, Texas - The Super Bowl lived up to Ed Demyan's expectations. His adopted team, the Green Bay Packers, prevailed over the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25.
"You know, I'm a Cleveland Browns fan first, but I was thrilled to see the Packers beat the Steelers," Demyan said.
...
Cleveland Browns fans Ed Demyan (left) and Mary Kay Mackulin take in Super Bowl XLV in Dallas on Sunday
...
Ed Demyan's Super Bowl Dream Sunday's walk out of sprawling Cowboys Stadium was a long one, especially for a guy who may never get to see another football game.
"It was just a couple of miles to the car," Ed Demyan said with a shrug. "I had to stop a couple times to recharge my batteries, but it wasn't too bad."
He actually felt like he was floating on air, even with a hip that has fractures from the pancreative cancer that has invaded his bones and handed him a death sentence.
"Sometimes I get a little angry about all this, but not my sweet Ed," said his fiance, Mary Kaye Mackulin.
...
And Demyan, a 47-year-old sales representative from Brooklyn, Ohio, was calling Sunday one of the happiest days of his life. He watched the Super Bowl in person for the first time thanks to Santa Barbara's Dream Foundation.
...
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio - Ed Demyan wasn't prepared for the news.
"I was going to have surgery, then they told me it was cancerous," he said. "For about 30 minutes, I was in shock. And then it was, 'OK, what do we do?'"
The 47-year-old was diagnosed with Stage III pancreatic cancer in May. His condition is terminal. Doctors say Ed has months to live, leaving behind three daughters and family.
Cancer patient gets chance to cheer adopted team - Dream Foundation
www.dreamfoundation.org [cached]
Arlington, Texas - The Super Bowl lived up to Ed Demyan's expectations. His adopted team, the Green Bay Packers, prevailed over the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25.
"You know, I'm a Cleveland Browns fan first, but I was thrilled to see the Packers beat the Steelers," Demyan said. "If my Browns couldn't win it, I'm glad Green Bay did. When you're a Browns fan, or an Indians fan, or a Cavs fans, you need a backup team to root for."
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It's easy to root for the 47-year-old Demyan, a father of three girls and a salesman for Gunton Corp., a distributor for Pella Windows, in Westlake, Ohio. Demyan was diagnosed with Stage III pancreatic cancer in May 2010.
After 13 chemotherapy treatments and a month of radiation, Demyan was scheduled to have surgery. Three days before the operation, doctors told Demyan the cancer had spread to his bones, and the surgery was canceled. In December, he had two more sessions of chemotherapy.
"In November, Ed was given the news that he has six to nine months," said his fiancée, Mary Kaye Mackulin.
...
"They made Ed's dream come true and it's magic. He couldn't believe we were going to Dallas for the Super Bowl."
It may not exactly be magical, but it is amazing what donated frequent-flier miles, scores of phone calls and the dedication of the Dream Foundation staff can accomplish.
"We are honored to be able to serve Ed's dream," said Thomas Rollerson, Dream Foundation founder.
...
Ed and Mary Kaye deserve time away from his prognosis."
Demyan and Mackulin share a love of football, and in a letter to the organization they shared their wish to attend Super Bowl XLV in Dallas.
...
The itinerary for their five-day trip to Dallas was hand-delivered by volunteers to Demyan at his home Feb. 1.
...
You don't know how Ed will feel or be in a few months or next spring."
...
"Ed is such a trouper," she said.
...
"Jim and his wife were so nice to us," Demyan said.
...
Accordingly, Demyan wore his No. 57 Cleveland Browns jersey to the Super Bowl in honor of Clay Matthews' father, who played 16 seasons for the Browns.
...
On Sunday, accompanied by Dream Foundation board member Richard Burnham, Demyan and Mackulin took their seats in Cowboys Stadium for the Super Bowl.
...
"I think the Packers will win, 31-30," Demyan predicted. "It will be close. But I'm from Cleveland and I don't want the Steelers to win. We're surrounded by Steelers fans and they have an attitude. They're not like Packer fans."
Demyan enjoyed the close finish and the excitement and emotion of the post-game trophy presentation.
"That's where the Lombardi trophy belongs - in Green Bay," he said.
...
Demyan will battle his cancer the best he can in the coming year, with a supportive fiancée and family at his side. He is even looking forward to a possible return to the Super Bowl in Indianapolis next season.
"If I'm still around, I'd love to be in Indianapolis," Demyan said. "For the Packers vs. the Browns.
Fulfilled Dreams - Dream Foundation
www.dreamfoundation.org, 11 Feb 2011 [cached]
Arlington, Texas - The Super Bowl lived up to Ed Demyan's expectations. His adopted team, the Green Bay Packers, prevailed over the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25.
"You know, I'm a Cleveland Browns fan first, but I was thrilled to see the Packers beat the Steelers," Demyan said.
...
Cleveland Browns fans Ed Demyan (left) and Mary Kay Mackulin take in Super Bowl XLV in Dallas on Sunday
...
Ed Demyan's Super Bowl Dream Sunday's walk out of sprawling Cowboys Stadium was a long one, especially for a guy who may never get to see another football game.
"It was just a couple of miles to the car," Ed Demyan said with a shrug. "I had to stop a couple times to recharge my batteries, but it wasn't too bad."
He actually felt like he was floating on air, even with a hip that has fractures from the pancreative cancer that has invaded his bones and handed him a death sentence.
"Sometimes I get a little angry about all this, but not my sweet Ed," said his fiance, Mary Kaye Mackulin.
...
And Demyan, a 47-year-old sales representative from Brooklyn, Ohio, was calling Sunday one of the happiest days of his life. He watched the Super Bowl in person for the first time thanks to Santa Barbara's Dream Foundation.
...
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio - Ed Demyan wasn't prepared for the news.
"I was going to have surgery, then they told me it was cancerous," he said. "For about 30 minutes, I was in shock. And then it was, 'OK, what do we do?'"
The 47-year-old was diagnosed with Stage III pancreatic cancer in May. His condition is terminal. Doctors say Ed has months to live, leaving behind three daughters and family.
Cleveland Browns fans Ed Demyan ...
www.dreamfoundation.org, 8 Feb 2011 [cached]
Cleveland Browns fans Ed Demyan (left) and Mary Kay Mackulin take in Super Bowl XLV in Dallas on Sunday
...
Ed Demyan's Super Bowl Dream
...
"It was just a couple of miles to the car," Ed Demyan said with a shrug. "I had to stop a couple times to recharge my batteries, but it wasn't too bad."
He actually felt like he was floating on air, even with a hip that has fractures from the pancreative cancer that has invaded his bones and handed him a death sentence.
"Sometimes I get a little angry about all this, but not my sweet Ed," said his fiance, Mary Kaye Mackulin.
...
And Demyan, a 47-year-old sales representative from Brooklyn, Ohio, was calling Sunday one of the happiest days of his life. He watched the Super Bowl in person for the first time thanks to Santa Barbara's Dream Foundation.
"It was such a wonderful thing they did," he said.
...
"Ed and Mary Kaye deserve time away from his prognosis."
Demyan had already felt indebted to Santa Barbara as a big fan of local Cleveland Browns starters Alex Mack, a center from San Marcos High, and Chris Gocong, a linebacker from Carpinteria.
...
"It is what it is," Demyan said. "They told me that I had anywhere from six to nine months left, but I'm going to prove them wrong."
He said he watched his first Super Bowl about 40 years ago with his dad, who still lives in Strongsville, Ohio. His love for football continued through Brooklyn High, where he won All-Ohio Division 2-A honors as an offensive tackle.
He's been a lifelong Browns' fan, but was rooting for the Packers on Sunday.
"Everyone in Cleveland roots against the Pittsburgh Steelers," he said.
...
Demyan took it with his typical pluck.
"As soon as the game ended, they just bolted from the stadium," he said with a laugh. "They didn't want to stick around to watch the ceremonies."
Demyan, the father of three children, and Mackulin, who has a 15-year-old, postponed their wedding because of mounting medical expenses.
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And Demyan had caught it somehow.
"The line was so long that he didn't want to wait for the bus," she said.
...
Cleveland Browns fans Ed Demyan (left) and Mary Kay Mackulin take in Super Bowl XLV in Dallas on Sunday.
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