“Sincere condolences on the loss of Ted, an extremely interesting amd friendly gentleman. We 'shared breakfast' many times at the Hicry Pit in Walnut Creek, talked about Bay Area history and his time working at Lawrence Livermore Lab. Ted's continuing fascination with life and broad interests and knowledge were a true inspiration, I can only hope to have as rich a passion for life as he did!
“I was so sorry to hear of Ted's passing. I always enjoyed being with Ted, full of life and excited about new things. I remember how excited he was about images from the Hubble telescope on the NASA website. I learned a lot from him in these personal encounters but also in business since he came to our engineering office many times talking about the latest flow meters. I will miss him greatly.
Theodore L. MayerNov. 1, 1928 - Nov. 5, 2012Resident of Walnut CreekTed passed away peacefully with his wife, Cindy and their friends at his bedside.Ted was amazingly gifted with a perfect blend of intelligence and curiosity which served him well as a student at U.C. Berkeley, as an officer in...Read More