In Memory

Warren Teal - Class Of 1958

We were notified by Craig Teal on May 3, 2015 that his Dad was very ill. He asked that someone call him. Mary Jo Pabst Harrington called Craig as was told that Warren was admitted to the emergency room with shortness of breath. Testing revealed he needed a triple bypass. Testing further revealed cancer in his lungs and bones. A stent was inserted and he was sent to hospice on Sunbeam Road in Jacksonville. He passed away last evening, May 3, 2015, with his son Craig and his daughters at his side.

TEAL Warren Craig Teal, Sr., age 74, passed away on May 3, 2015 in Jacksonville, FL. He was born September 30, 1940 in Newark, NJ, the son of Donald & Marion Teal. He was a graduate of DuPont High school class of 1958. While attending college locally, he was a member of the Lakewood Volunteer Fire Department. After college he spent 20 plus years in the film industry & during these years he was also a member of The Air National Guard, retiring in 1995. He spent his retirement years volunteering for many nonprofit organizations. He is survived by his three children; four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at noon on Thursday, May 7 in Christ Church Mandarin, 6045 Greenland Rd. Jacksonville, FL 32258. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the Food Bank of North Florida or Community Hospice of Northeast Florida. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Hardage-Giddens Funeral Home of Mandarin, 11801 San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32223. www.hgmandarin.com 904-288-0025. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com

Published in the Florida Times-Union on May 6, 2015



 
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05/05/15 01:24 PM #1    

Paul Manske (1958)

Warren, Mike Kilpatrick and I were close friends in high school. Mike moved away for school but Warren and I continued a close friendship for the years afterwards. Warren and I bagged groceries at the Setzers store on University at beach blvd during college at JU. We would often trade many humorous memories of those times at Setzers. As years passed, I too tried to stay in touch with Warren. Sometimes I succeeded and sometimes I failed. Was difficult to follow him as he moved continuously within the US and other parts unknown. He was always smiling and a friend. I too will miss that big grin and the stories of times past as only he could recount. R.I.P. Warren.


05/05/15 02:59 PM #2    

Grandle Starling (1958)

To Warren and his entire family...

I do wish we could have had the reunion just a bit earlier so that Warren could have participated and enjoyed just maybe our last as a '58 class. You, Warren along with others will be remembered...

 


05/06/15 07:04 PM #3    

Joe Hughes (1958)

Warren was member of our church. Saw him and tslked with him on several occasions, He always was friendly and smilind despite a sense of lonelyuness I seemed to sense. Rest well in the arms of Jesus and we will see you to soon

05/11/15 11:35 AM #4    

Eileen Mitchell (Felten) (1958)

I attended the memorial service for Warren last Thursday along with several other classmates.  It was a sweet service with many loving and humorous memories that were shared by his children and members of his church, Bible Study groups and friends, and the absolute funniest was told by Keith Klempt.  For many years Warren had been giving back to his God, church, community and nation in generous and quiet ways.  It was so good to hear that Warren had a relationship with Jesus Christ and at his death, went immediately into His presence and is suffering no more.  Rest in the loving arms of Jesus, Warren.

Eileen Mitchell Felten 

 

 

 

 


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