Theordore-Hischke-Obituary

Theordore E. Hischke

Topeka, Kansas

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Theodore E. "Ted" Hischke Theodore E. "Ted" Hischke was born at Horton, Kansas, on June 16, 1939. He passed away on Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at home after a valiant fight with prostate cancer as a result of exposure to Agent Orange.He attended school at Carson Grade School and...

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My sincere sympathy to Sara, Amy and Martin. I met Ted while working at the FHLBank. He always had a smile and something nice to say. He talked a lot about skiing and I learned how to ski by following him and Amy and the other good skiers around the slopes of Colorado. I will forever have great memories of the time we spent together and I am so saddened to hear he is gone. Ted will be sorely missed.

Ted worked with my Dad at Goodyear and later my sister Biddie @ FHL, and was just a really good, pleasant individual. My Thoughts and Payers are with the Family(s)! RIP Ted!!!

My condolences to Sara, Amy, Martin, and the rest of the family.
I met Ted when I worked for FHLB/FISERV. We played on the company softball team together, loved hearing him talk about his ski trips and cycling adventures, he was a great friend, our loss is heavens gain.

I knew Ted from our days at Goodyear. We played golf together and both attended Washburn games. There are really few good men. Ted was one of them. My condolences to his family.

Our sincerest sympathy to all of Ted's family and friends. His service to our clients was much appreciated. He will be missed.

Dear Sara and family,
I will be out of town and will miss the Celebration of Ted's life.
I will continue to pray for all of you as you process through the loss of your loved one.
God's Blessings
June McMaster

As a fellow Carson attendee, I was interested in reading about Ted. Although I was older and a friend of Betty's I did know the Hischke family. You have my sympathy. Wanda, perhaps you would remember me. Frances King Wood, Topeka.

Hischike Family
I just want to say "Thanks" for his service in Viet-nam, as I have.
I salute this soldier.

Art Brennan
District 1 and VFW Post 1650 Chaplain

Yes Ted you were one of a kind, loving, generous and good sense of humor.
You and Sara have made a fine couple, your deep love and caring for each other was beautiful. God Bless, Marice Kane