My absolute favorite cousin in the world..Family meant everything to him even as a kid. I remember him trying to get home from Viet nam when his dad passed. Naomi was the love of his life, and those kids and grandkids. Thank you God for blessing us to have him in our world.I
Naomi and Family, The loss of our dear friend, Teddy, is painful. Yet, we cling to many memories of the good times we've shared throughout the years. His laughter was contagious and his warmth and generosity always sincere. We are blessed to have had him in our lives and will forever keep him in our hearts.
Extending deep and heartfelt sympathy to the Akrie family. May loving memories ease your pain and the love and support of family and friends comfort you during this difficult time.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Arlene Booker (FHG)
It has been a pleasure to have known such a kind, strong, friend and neighbor such as Mr Akrie. We know not what plans God has for us, but we will still miss his presence. To the Family: Mr Akrie-is amongst some very good company. Many blessings
Thank you Naomi for the time that you and your husband Minister Teddy spent with me and my son Josh. I was a single parent with my son,( 11 years old) he is 21 and getting ready to graduate from the Colorado School of Mines. I am happily remarried. You were both mentors and God parents. Naomi, the Lord continue to bless and keep you.
Dear Naomi and Family,
We will always remember Teddy a very caring person and a good friend.
Our prayers are with you all during your time of sorrow. We pray that God will wrap his loving arms around and comfort you as only He can.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the entire Akrie Family. The loss of a loved one is never easy, especally a parent. Remember the love, guidance, and memories he gave. Duane, Teresa, Matt and Michael
Mr. Akrie was a wonderful man. He leaves an incredible legacy in his lovely family.
Teddy was a wonderful father,husband and friend. His love for Naomi was evident in everything he did and his generousity and intergrity always impressed me. You could count on Teddy to help out whenever you needed help. I referred to him as my Denver dad. I will miss him greatly.
Beverly Brewer (Aurora Co.)
Ted was an amazing giving man. He will be greatly misses
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Akrie family during this time.
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss…our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Extending heartfelt sympathies to the Akrie family in their time of loss. I pray that your hearts are filled with peace.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Akrie family. Ted is resting in the arms of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
My sincere condolences to the Akrie family. Teddy enriched my life with his beautiful spirit and warm personality. I know that his spirit lives on in his family and in everyone who had the pleasure of getting to know him. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Teddy and Naomi--we never think of one without thinking of the other. Teddy was always so kind and cheerful to us and to all who knew him. He was the epitome of what a man should be -- a good husband, father and grandfather. He exemplified the life and ways of a good Christian man. His warm smile will be greatly missed but his legacy will live forever. We will miss you.
I will always hold a dear and special place in my heart for Mr. Akrie as he was a very positive and most influencial person in my life. He taught me what I need to look for in a potential mate. He was a dedicated husband, father, grandparent, and an unconditional friend. He exemplified how a husband is supposed to treat his wife and what a spiritual head of the household is supposed to be. Thank you Mr. Teddy for all that you did for me as a young child and also as I matured into the person whom I am today. Rest in peace and know that our paths will meet again.
To the Akrie family, our prayers and thoughts are with you in your time of sorrow! Pop Teddy will live for ever in our hearts and minds.
The Scott family!
Our condolences go out to the Akrie Family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Ted and Naomi would come to Church and I remember standing beside Ted and I harmonizing as we would sing the Praise songs. Even though he had partial hearing loss he would carry a tune with each song. I met Ted through his son, Darren and got to know him better through Darren's stories about him. When Ted and Naomi would be a church with their oldest granddaughter Ted seemed Like his smile was a little bit brighter and his steps were a little bit livelier and he'd say how much he loved his grandkids and that he was Blessed to see them as they were growing up.
I'd like to thank Ted for his service to our Country in his military duty. I'd often see Ted sporting a "Retired Veteran" cap He was truly proud of his service and truly proud of our Country.
It was always good to see Ted and see him smile or laugh. Naomi would sometimes offer "motherly" advice to me and I'd feigned ignorance about her advice; with a sly smile I'd look over at Ted and he'd be laughing at the banter between Naomi and me.
He truly loved Naomi and I'm sure as in all marriages there were some rough times through their history together through the military, moving working life and retirement. Their Love and companionship was never ending. In my mind their Love is a striving example for Pam and I to achieve in our Love and marriage.
Pam and I are better people and by knowing Ted and Naomi. He is missed and we can't wait to see him again in Heaven. Ted's light will live along in his children and grandchildren and future generations. Ted's light will live in me.
Teddy was a good person and it was a pleasure to know him. A more dedicated and concerned family man does not exist. Our condolences to the family.
Connie Kane &
Ted Akrie: what a wonderful friend and neighbor. Last winter, he helped another much younger neighbor push his work truck out of a snow drift at 5:30 in the morning. It was just the kind of man he was.
In early spring, he bought and brought to me a small gift. It was so thoughtful and unnecessary that I have always cherished his caring -- even when he was not well himself. I'm so glad he and I got to watch a Bronco game together on TV this year -- even though he'd have rather watched the Steelers!
Linda and I have been so blessed to know Ted and Naomi and be able to call each other "friend."