I certainly remember Ted, from our time together in F Troop 17th Cavalry, in Vietnam. Every conversation I had with him was filled with laughter, even in the darkest monsoon days and the breathlessly hot dry season. He was a bright light in a place where it was very easy to be gloomy. I send my sincere condolences to Ted's family. He was indeed a fine man and a great friend.
Although I don't remember Ted from the troop, I do recognize him from the reunions. my deepest condolences to the family.
George A. Sushko (1969-1970)
My deepest sympathy to the family of Ted Zeller. There are no words to express the loss of a husband, father, son and grandpa but Ted will always live in your heart and memories.
Ted and I were grade school classmates at St. Margaret Mary,,,he was a wonderful person with a great personality, lots of humor and laughs.
Lots of memories of the 30th and 50th grade school reunion too!
Thanks for the wonderful memories Ted and thank YOU for serving our country in Vietnam!
Mary Ellen Noonan (Vitt)
Did not have the pleasure of knowing Ted but I was in Veitnam at a different time period and that makes him our brother, he is one of us, so sorry to hear of your tragic loss, I too am a cancer victim and know what you have experienced, May God Bless you all!
My heartfelt sympathy to Ted's family. May he rest in peace. We served together with F Troop, 17th Cavalry, 196th Brigade in Vietnam. My thoughts and prayers are with you during your loss.