TEAGUE, CARROLL HOYT JR., 75, died on November 27,2010 at University Hospital from complications following a head injury.
Carroll was born in Providence, KY, the son of Carroll Hoyt Teague Sr. and Ruth Thompson Teague. He was a member and elder at Highland Presbyterian Church. Carroll graduated from the University of Kentucky and the Advanced Management Program of Harvard University. He was a retired vice president of Brown & Williamson Corp. His area of expertise was labor relations, and his interest was negotiating fair and equitable labor contracts. Post retirement, he served the company in various consulting capacities in Louisville and Richmond, VA. His career began in Guatemala City, Guatemala, then Petersburg, VA and lastly the home office in Louisville.
His retirement years were spent in Louisville, Georgetown, SC and Naples, FL. He enjoyed friendly golf and in his post-golf days, duplicate bridge.
He and his wife Sandra enjoyed international travel and spent a fascinating six weeks teaching conversational English to high school teachers in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China, through the auspices of Crane House.
Carroll's main focus and concern were his family and friends. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Sandra Walte Teague; three sons, John Baker (Dennard) of Charlotte, NC, James Grant of Louisville and Carroll Hoyt, III (Ellen) of Louisville; eight grandchildren, John Baker Jr., Edward Walker, Mary Alexandra Dennard, Alexandra Hunter, James Grant Jr., Charles Kellerman, Jacqueline Baron and Carroll Hoyt IV; his brother, Joseph G. Teague (Suzanne); and a nephew Mark Teague (Anne Marie) of Cleveland, OH.
The family wishes to thank the doctors and staff at University Hospital for their extraordinary care and kindness.
Funeral service will be held at Highland Presbyterian Church, 1011 Cherokee Road on Tuesday, November 30, 2010 at 1:30 p.m., with burial to follow in Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be held at Pearson's, 149 Breckenridge Lane on Monday, November 29, from 4-7 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Highland Presbyterian Church or Wayside Christian Mission.
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Published by Courier-Journal from Nov. 29 to Nov. 30, 2010.