Theodore F. Twardzik Sr.

Shenandoah, Pennsylvania

Sep 7, 1927 – Nov 10, 2016 (Age 89)


Wednesday, September 7th 1927
Thursday, November 10th 2016
University of Notre Dame


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Theodore F. "Ted" Twardzik Sr., 89, of Siesta Key, Fla., passed away Thursday surrounded by his loving family at Schuylkill Center's Homestead Care, Pottsville.Born Sept. 7, 1927, to parents, Frank and Mary Binek Twardzik of Shenandoah, Ted was the youngest of six children. He was preceded in...

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My deepest sympathy to Jean and and her family. I learned of Ted's passing in his obituary in The New York Times. Although Ted and I were not close friends I was well aware of his successful life. I greatly admired his founding of Mrs.T's, and the many benefits he bestowed on our mutual hometown by the manner in which he ran his business.I will remember Ted as a truly good person. May the Lord bless and protect him and may he rest in peace.

John C. Muntone

Both Ted and Jean were some of my parents' first friends when we moved to Shenandoah years ago so my dad could set up a medical practice. We are all saddened by Ted Sr.'s passing and our whole family is so sorry for your loss. God bless you, Jean, Ted Jr. Tom, Tim and the entire Twardzik family.

TO jean and the Twardzik family our deepest sorrors.Teddy found me pinned under a large fence and helped me and got help for me.God Bless You.Adele & John Mancini Little River S.C.

One of the nicest and classiest men I've ever known, and an unbelievably considerate, fair and decent
man to work for. - RIP

Mrs. T., Ted Jr., Tim, & Tom:

Deep & heartfelt condolences on your loss. Not only a great man, but a kind, generous, and thoughtful one at that. Always had an encouraging word for friends and employees.

We were so sorry to hear of you loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Sorry we can not be there for you all as you were when Dan's father passed.

Our deepest sympathy to the Twardzik Family. Mr. T will always be remembered as a great man in every way.
God Bless
Knapp Family

My deepest sympathy goes out to the entire Twardzick family; always highly thought of thoughout the town and surrounding areas of Shenandoah Pennsylvania, and by far still the best Pierogies around!!! God bless!!! And thank you!!