In Remembrance: Edward T. Mish ’39MF Died on October 20 2013

Edward T. Mish, 98, died on October 20, 2013. He and his wife, Stella Mish, owned and operated Edward T. Mish Silversmith for over 60 years. Together, they developed Mish's Silver Polish, first used at the Springfield Museum of Fine Arts in the 1950s, and later in the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Arts in New York City, New York, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, the White House, and the Wolfson Museum in Jerusalem, Israel. They also exhibited at many regional fairs, most notably the Big E, also known as the Eastern States Exposition and billed as New England's Great State Fair, for 31 years.

The Republican published his obituary from October 22 to 24, 2013.

1 remembrance

  • Mary Omartian
    Mary Omartian, 5:28pm August 07 2017 | Ico flag Flag as inappropriate

    Alas and alack, after cleaning out the storage area to check on my supply of his wonderful cleaner, found this obituary. It saddens me to think that I inadvertently ignored it, not intentionally, for sure. Mr. Mish always had a supply of the cleaner and I am ever grateful that I had secured several bottles, as gifts as well as for my own use.
    May he always rest in peace.

Post a remembrance