Ted died Dec. 24, 2021. 

At Manasquan (N.J.) High School Ted played basketball and edited the yearbook. At Princeton he majored in psychology, joined Tiger Inn, was a football manager, and played basketball, IAA sports, and pool.

Following service in the Army, Ted joined Mutual of New York (MONY) and married Abigail Taylor in 1960. They had two daughters and a son. An avid volunteer fireman, Ted so enjoyed his avocation that he once left an infant daughter asleep alone in the front yard to answer the siren.

Ted transferred to MONY’s Syracuse, N.Y., office in 1965 and lived in nearby Skaneateles. He loved the small community and living by its lake. He joined Connecticut National Bank in 1974, and the family moved to Newtown, Conn. He and Abby later divorced.

Ted began work as head of the human resources department at Danbury Hospital and later married Nancy Neal, who had three children. They traveled in Europe until her death in 1998. Ted married Betty Lou Brock, with two children, in 2001, and moved to Longmont, Colo. They, too, traveled the world and golfed in Longmont, Boulder, and Naples, Fla. 

Ted enjoyed woodworking, doing The New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, and making sure every room had a flashlight. 

Ted is survived by his wife, Betty Lou; his three children, Susan, Carol, and David; five stepchildren; five grandchildren; and brother Robert ’49. 

Undergraduate Class of 1954