Theodore R. "Ted" Mann
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Theodore R. "Ted" of Philadelphia, PA. Husband of the late Rowena (nee Weiss). Father of Julie Mann (Ernie Cohen), Rachel Mann and Marcus Mann. Grandfather of Noah Cohen and Julia Quintero Mann. Great grandfather of Cameron, Adriana and Aurora. Virtual services will be held Tuesday (contact Levine for info). Interment Private. The family respectfully request that contributions in his memory be made to Mazon, a Jewish Response to Hunger. www.levinefuneral.com


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Published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Dec. 14, 2020.
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December 16, 2020
Ted Mann was a friend of my family and an inspiration. I went with him and the American Jewish Congress to MLK's March on Washington in 1963. His memory IS a blessing. Z"L. BDE.
December 16, 2020
While I never met Ted Mann, knowing his daughter Rachel tells me a lot about the example he set in pursuing social justice and in caring about others. Most sincere condolences to all who loved him.
Dianna Ploof
December 14, 2020
It was an honor and privilege to work for Ted for so many years. He was a great man. My thoughts and prayers go out to Julie, Rachel and Marcus.
Karen Lowell
Coworker
December 14, 2020
Similar to Mercedes, I also worked as a secretary at Mann & Ungar, P.A., but in the 1970’s. I worked with him and Barry in three different buildings as the firm grew. Ted was wonderful to work with and respected by everyone. He never “lost his cool” even when under stress, and I loved hIs sense of humor. It was a privilege to work with him. My heartfelt sympathies to his Family. He was truly a great man.
Linda Monkiewicz
Coworker
December 14, 2020
Similar to Mercedes, I also worked as a secretary at Mann & Ungar, P.A., but in the 1970’s. I worked with him and Barry in three different buildings as the firm grew. Ted was wonderful to work with and respected by everyone. He never “lost his cool” even when under stress, and I loved hIs sense of humor. It was a privilege to work with him. My heartfelt sympathies to His family. He was truly a great man.
Linda Monkiewicz
Coworker
December 14, 2020
Ted was a great American and a great Jew
He led by example. All those, myself included who were blessed to be inspired and motivated to take action were blessed by his life and join the family in mourning his passing
Rabbi Neal I Borovitz
Rabbi Neal I Borovitz
Friend
December 14, 2020
My family was very lucky to have Ted in our lives for so many years. My father could not have asked for a better business partner and friend, and he had such tremendous affection and respect for Ted. I was lucky enough to work with him myself for just a few years. He was a brilliant mind and a wonderful person. We hope that your family finds some comfort in many years of wonderful memories.
John and Tanya Ungar
Friend
December 14, 2020
I worked as a secretary at Mann & Ungar, P.A. in the 1980s. Ted was a joy to work with and had a wonderful sense of humor. It was an honor and a privilege to work with him. My heartfelt sympathies to Rachel, Julie, Marc and your families. We are all better for knowing your father. He was truly a great man. Mercedes (Caggiano) Ignasiak
Mercedes Ignasiak
Coworker
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