Pasty and family
I was so sorry to hear about Teddie.
I will keep you and your family in my prayers.
May God bless you all and give peace.
Love you girl !
Worked with Teddie at National Airlines over10 years and known him for 50 years.I have never met anyone that did not like him.His top priority was always his family.He was a great role model for any man that wanted to be the best father possible.He is not here anymore but he will never be gone to anyone that knew him.We will all pray Pat and his family will endure the pain of his loss.
Rusty and Carlene Peacock
Very sorry to hear of Teddie's passing. He was my Lead Agent (Supvr) at Los
Angeles Airport for Pan Am. Had transferred from reservations and he was so easy to work with. Always right there to give a hand whenever possible. I always remember he was a Brave's fan. My though and prayer will be with you and your family.
Patsy and Family,
We were out of town last week and just heard about Teddie. Our hearts are breaking for your loss. We are glad that we got to spend time with y'all at the High School Reunion.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Denny and Sandy Smith
I am sad to hear of Teddie's passing. I went to Moore Ave grammar school with Teddie and Eddie. Teddie and I worked together on a project where pictures of presidents were matched with biographical info. An electrical line was plugged into a corresponding socket to connect the pictures and bio data. If your choice was correct, a light bulb came on. We thought this was very high tech. We enjoyed lots of softball and football games at Avondale park. Teddie and Eddie hosted a very exciting teen party where we played "spin the bottle".
I lost touch with Teddie in middle school but have thought about him fondly over the years.