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Stuart Neil Teeters

November 20, 1945 - August 31, 2017

U.S. Veteran

Service: Memorial Mass

Date: Saturday, September 02, 2017, 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Location : Chapel at the Church of the Resurrection
3175 Paulskirk Road Ellicott City MD, 21042

Stuart Neil Teeters, beloved husband of Margaret “Margie” Teeters (nee Stransky); devoted father of Marie Therese Trest (Dennis), Mark Teeters (Maegan), and Andrew Teeters (Elizabeth); loving son of Robert Teeters and the late Loraine Teeters; cherished grandfather of Rowan Trest, Ellie, Livie, Luke, Addison , and Avery Teeters; dear brother of Gregory Teeters (Linda), Kurt Teeters (Vickie), Jeffrey Teeters (Sheila), Terence Teeters (Cricket), Katherine Clinton (Mark), and Mark Teeters (Margie); uncle of many nieces and nephews; died on August 31, 2017.

 

Born in his much-loved Wisconsin, November 20, 1945, Stu moved to Baltimore where he joined the Army after high school at age 17. After serving one year in Vietnam and several years in Germany in the Army Security Agency, he returned to Wisconsin to study at the University of Wisconsin – Madison on the G.I. Bill, earning his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Business Administration. There he met his sweetheart, Margie, and they married in 1971 at St. Paul’s Catholic University Chapel. After three children and six grandchildren, they were fortunate to celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary on August 28th. He continued his service to our country as a civil servant at the Social Security Administration in Baltimore, MD with 42 years of federal service.

Stu had a passion for the outdoors. For 40 years, he grew trees in a nursery in his backyard and planted and maintained a veritable forest on the church property. Because of his dedication, in 2009, he received the Medal of Honor from the Archdiocese of Baltimore for 30 years of his forestry work at the Church. He loved returning to the Northwoods of Wisconsin to hunt with friends and family and to enjoy the peace of the forest and the Green Bay Packers. He treasured his family above all else, and they will miss him dearly.

Interment private in Madison, Wisconsin at a later date. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City, MD.

Interment private

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Church of the Resurrection.