In memory of
Eric Teddlie
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In memory of
Eric Teddlie
TEDDLIE, Eric Eric Arndt Teddlie, 87, passed peacefully in his sleep and joined his beloved wife in heaven on January 6th, 2019. Born in Baltimore, Maryland to Dorothy Arndt and Captain Murphy Foster Teddlie. John Inglis and Dorothy raised Eric with his two step brothers Edwin and John Jr. Eric always lived with a sense of adventure. After attending Cornell University where he achieved a degree in mechanical engineering in 1953, he served the United States as a second lieutenant in the army as a radio operator in a remote location outside of Berlin. He continued to serve in the reserves until 1962. Eric moved to Dallas to work at Collins Radio and received his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at SMU. Working for Collins Radio and Rockwell International he designed radio systems and has several patent applications and patents in his name. Eric married Janet Gay Curtis in 1965 and for 53 years she was the love of his life; enjoying traveling the world and toasting life's adventures. When computers came to every household in America in the 1990's, Eric was one of the original partners in Computerland in Richardson. May Eric and Janet continue their lives of adventure and 'yes dears' together. A funeral service will take place on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 3:00 P.M. in the Wildwood Chapel at Restland Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Lyle School of Engineering at SMU, P.O.box 750339, Dallas, Texas 75275-0339. Attn. Cathy Geist.
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In memory of
Eric Teddlie
TEDDLIE, Eric Eric Arndt Teddlie, 87, passed peacefully in his sleep and joined his beloved wife in heaven on January 6th, 2019. Born in Baltimore, Maryland to Dorothy Arndt and Captain Murphy Foster Teddlie. John Inglis and Dorothy raised Eric with his two step brothers Edwin and John Jr. Eric always lived with a sense of adventure. After attending Cornell University where he achieved a degree in mechanical engineering in 1953, he served the United States as a second lieutenant in the army as a radio operator in a remote location outside of Berlin. He continued to serve in the reserves until 1962. Eric moved to Dallas to work at Collins Radio and received his Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at SMU. Working for Collins Radio and Rockwell International he designed radio systems and has several patent applications and patents in his name. Eric married Janet Gay Curtis in 1965 and for 53 years she was the love of his life; enjoying traveling the world and toasting life's adventures. When computers came to every household in America in the 1990's, Eric was one of the original partners in Computerland in Richardson. May Eric and Janet continue their lives of adventure and 'yes dears' together. A funeral service will take place on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at 3:00 P.M. in the Wildwood Chapel at Restland Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Lyle School of Engineering at SMU, P.O.box 750339, Dallas, Texas 75275-0339. Attn. Cathy Geist.
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13005 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX 75243
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