Theodore Webster Libbey Sr.
I was saddened to read of the loss of your father. I recall your talking about him and his experiences in the Navy many years ago when we worked together. I had no idea, however, that he joined the Navy at age 17. I'm sure he had many other alternatives available to him at the time that would have been much more attractive and comfortable, but he took that selfless course.
My sympathy to you and your family. I have lost touch with most of our classmates from Landon over the years, but seeing your name reminds me of many joy-filled memories of the past.
To the Libbey family,
May the God of comfort give you strength, peace, love and comfort at your time of need. My sympathy to the family.
It was such a pleasure working with Ted when we were both mining the store for Arlen Communications Inc. He taught me so much about politics, corporations, personal finance, real estate, marriage and life itself. A wonderful man. A real gentleman. My condolences.
Bonnie and I send our deepest sympathies. Ted was a terrific man, a decent and good man. It was our pleasure to know him and we join your sorrow at his lost.