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August 28, 2014
August 26, 2014
I just heard about Ted. He was a friend that helped me over the years add to the beauty of our beloved Rocky Top Ranch on the Brazos. I will miss the fun and great conversations about moose heads and ranches!!!!
August 20, 2014
Ted...Here's to all the good memories...Or as Gus said in the movie Lonesome Dove, "Heres to the sunny slopes of long ago".....Rest easy, my friend and Happy Trails till we meet again.
August 19, 2014
Teddy,
You were a true original and my friend for 40 years. I miss you greatly but know you live on in Will, Natalie, and the Twins. Tell Ro and Hud and our other eternal brothers "Phi Alpha" and we will see you all one day.
August 18, 2014
Ted, You were such an insightful, beautiful man that will be very much missed by many who loved you and cherished your acquaintance and friendship. My complete condolences to your lovely children and precious grandchildren. In many ways you symbolized being a Texan, especially through your love of UT. Thank you for just you being you. Fondly, Cindy Dupre

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