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Theodore "Ted" Sternbach

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November 27, 2013
Missing you everyday Grandpa. Grandma & the doggies are in good hands. Love you very much & I'll see you again someday.
November 24, 2013
I am so sorry to hear of Ted's passing, I will always remember him riding in his convertible. Rest well.
November 23, 2013
To the family of Ted Sternbach,
You have my deepest sympathy and many prayers. Ted was a good man, you could not find a mean bone in his body. He was dedicated to his clients and following a mission to provide for all in the area of substance abuse. Ted was a good friend and collogue. I just retired Thursday November 21, 2013. Collogues and clients alike had a deep respect and admiration for Ted. His kindness his dedication his hard work and enthusiasm. Ted did "walk the walk not just talked the talk". In the early years; Ted, Bob White, Dick Griffin, Kay Karls,Dick Thompson, myself, Bill Roberts, Leland Gail, Gloria White, Steve Johnson, came in somewhat later, my former boss, friend and co-worker, Dick Berres, and a few others were the pioneers in the field, along with Ron Fredrick, Sue Divito,later, John Sharp, Keith Roberts, Keith Komech, and later Dave Houghton joined the field Ted was easy -going but a well disciplined individual. He really cared about his clients and the community. Ted was full of life and always carried a smile on his face. His sense of humor often carried his clients and his peers going through the tough times. I will miss him dearly. Sincerely Michael A. De Fazio, LCSW,CSAC.
November 23, 2013
Grief can be so hard during the holidays, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one this holiday season.
November 23, 2013
Rest in Peace Ted, You will be greatly missed!

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