Edward "Teddy"-Breen Jr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Conkle Funeral Home, Speedway Chapel - Speedway

Edward "Teddy" F. Breen Jr.

Apr 3, 1964 - Sep 7, 2018

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I worked with Ted at Universal Orlando from 1999 to 2004, he was the kindest man that I ever met. When we connected on Facebook he told me that he had met the woman of his dreams and had been married for 5 years and that he had just been told that he had stage 4 cancer. Mrs. Breen, my heart goes out to you and the family....RIP my friend....you will be greatly missed...I just found out today....

Our hearts are broken and we wish we could be there with your family to celebrate Teds life. We love you so much. Our kids loved Uncle Teddy Bear. Always in our hearts, until we meet again❤❤

Love you and miss you

TEDDY AND JOANNE ARE ALWAYS IN MY PRAYER! TEDDY WAS A AWESOME NEIGHBOR AND FRIEND AND WILL BE FOREVER MISSED.

When Ted left us, a piece of my heart is forever broken. I will miss you dear friend forever. God and his Blessed Mother has welcome you to your forever home.

Elizabeth,
Sherry and I are so sorry that you have lost your kind and beloved son, Teddy. You stood beside me when my mother passed. I stand stand beside you today. Six decades of friendship with you makes a strong bond. May you remember only the fine times you had with Ted and the kindnesses he bestowed as the pain of today eventually passes.

Thoughts and prayers and deepest sympathy sent to the Breens,I am so sorry

Thank you for being what you always was a kind and gentle man

I knew Ted from long ago and am saddened to hear of his passing. We ran together with several friends in our late teens and early twenties. He was such a kind, generous person. Lots of good memories of him! He will be missed.

Obituary

Edward "Teddy"'s Obituary

Edward Francis “Teddy” Breen Jr. died peacefully at his home on September 7, 2018 in Beech Grove, Indiana at the age of 54.

Teddy was born on April 3, 1964 in Beech Grove.  He is survived by his parents, Edward “Ted” Breen Sr. of Speedway and Elizabeth Breen of Speedway; wife, JoAnn Brown of Beech Grove; sisters, Beth Lewis of Pittsboro and Peggy Wilson of Indianapolis; niece, Lauren Lewis of Charleston, South Carolina; mother-in-law Marcia Alford of Beech Grove; step-children, Sierra Underwood and Taylor Flanery; step-grandchildren, Easton and Hadley Underwood, and Hunter Flanery; and his best friends, Kevin Cordray and Jeff Nichols.  He is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Frank Cohan and Margaret O’Neal-Cohan, of Speedway, and his paternal grandparents, James and Beatrice Breen, of Speedway.

Teddy graduated from Speedway High School in 1982. He married JoAnn Brown in 2013.  After high school, Teddy moved to Orlando, Florida, where he began working for Universal Studios.  Teddy was a fan of all things Disney as well as a fan of the University of Notre Dame.  He loved to travel, going to the casino, and to country line dance with his wife.  Teddy was an avid Indianapolis 500 fan and he enjoyed the 500 festivities. 

Teddy was accomplished in the entertainment industry and spent much of his adult life working as a disc jockey.  He enjoyed spending time with step-grandchildren and his God sons, Jordan Nichols and John Diesel Zore.  Teddy had a big heart and was always willing to help anyone in need. He especially loved his cousins and their children. Although Teddy never had his own biological children, he had a gift and children often swarmed to him. 

 

Visitation is scheduled for 3-8pm Tuesday September 12, 2018 at Conkle Funeral Home at 16th and Main Street in Speedway, Indiana and 10am-11am Wednesday September 13, 2018 at St. Christopher Catholic Church. A Catholic mass will be held at St. Christopher’s Catholic Church in Speedway at 11am Wednesday September 13, 2018 with burial immediately following at Holy Cross and St. Joseph Cemetery, located on West Pleasant Run Parkway North Drive between South Meridian Street and Bluff Road in Indianapolis. 

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