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Ted Williams

Ted Williams

Teddy Lind Williams Sr.

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Williams, Teddy Lind Sr.
Teddy Lind Williams, Sr., 68, of Tempe, Arizona passed away on April 30, 2012. Visitation for Teddy was held 6:30 -8:30 pm, Thursday, May 3, 2012 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Beck Ward, 1221 W. Howe St. in Tempe. Funeral service was held at 10 am, Friday, May 4, 2012 with a one hour viewing prior at the Beck Ward. The burial  followed at 2 pm at the National Memorial Cemetery of AZ.

Arrangements were entrusted to Tempe Mortuary.

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04/30/12 11:32 AM #1    

Patricia 62 Coppock (Olsen)

Prayers be with your faimly .

05/01/12 02:59 PM #2    

Bob Hallett

Always gentle, kind and understanding.

Always spoke well of others.

A great listener - always felt like I was all that mattered to him when we were together.

Bless his family with his loss - I know you will miss him.


05/01/12 05:48 PM #3    

Chuck Holly

I knew Ted as we were students at Payne Training School for our elementary years, and at Tempe HS.  I lost track of Ted after graduation from Tempe HS, but was able to meet with him at the 50th reunion, and just prior when we had a small group reunion of Payne grads.  I know he'll be missed by his family.  I'm sorry for their loss.


05/01/12 06:16 PM #4    

John Black

            I will always remember Ted as a kind and sincere person. I bought my first auto from Ted and we always laughed about who got the best of the deal!  It is always sad to lose a person who brings good memories in reflection . I hope his passing was without suffering


John Black

05/07/12 04:51 PM #5    

Sharon McGaughey (Carter)

Ted and his family were a very good example to me. We dated a year  in our JR year and went to the prom together and he was always very respectful to me and my family. We also attended Seminary together. He was a lot of fun.  I will miss him. We said hello at our 50th high school reunion and good by never dreaming he would be gone within a few months. 

My heart goes out to his wife and family. I would love to see Ted's Funeral Program.


05/11/12 03:47 PM #6    

Chuck Holly

I attended Ted's funeral, and was most struck by the closeness of the family members and the support they gave one another.  Many friends attended.  The children and grandchildren shared their favorite memories of Ted.  Much was said about his character, kindness, and love of nature.  Camping trips and fishing were important in Ted's life.  I wish I had known how much he loved the Rim, and the White Mountains (Big Lake area).  He and I could have been fishing buddies.  I also love to camp, fish and hike in the White Mts. around Big Lake.  I think old friends can become "new friends" if we continue to communicate through this website.

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