Maudie Leona McRoy1,2

F, b. 25 February 1916, d. 4 December 1997
     Maudie Leona McRoy married John William Teets Sr.1 Maudie Leona McRoy was born on 25 February 1916 in Bloomfield S, Maryland.2,3 She was the daughter of Sam McRoy and Lou Wood.2 Maudie Leona McRoy died on 4 December 1997 at age 81.4 She was buried after 4 December 1997 in Elgin, Cook, Illinois.4
Last Edited11 Jul 2017
Father*Sam McRoy2
Mother*Lou Wood2

Children of Maudie Leona McRoy and John William Teets Sr.

Citations

  1. [S3240] Obit: John William Teets, Jr., John William TeetsJr.
    John William Teets Jr. is in the presence of the Lord after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s. As he faced the biggest challenge of his life, he did it with his signature“cando”spirit, positive attitude and focused determination. He started from humble beginnings but knew he coulda chieve anything to which he put his mind to. He was born andraised in Elgin, Illinois; attending Elgin High School where he was a fouryear letterman in track excelling in highhurdles; easily a metaphor for his entire life. At an early age he developed a lifelong interest in weightlifting and bodybuilding. John served his country in the U .S. Army during the Korean War while stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as part of the Signal Corps. At age 22 he joined the Masonic Lodge and went on to become a 33° degree Mason. He was conferred with the Grand Cross of Masonry in 2001. John was a renowned public speaker as evidenced by his receiving the Forbes Magazine Award forTop Business Speaker of the Year (1990). His con?dent and effective delivery has been attributed to his Dale Carnegie training. His career in the restaurant industry began at the age of 14 when he worked as a dessert boy at the Milk Pail Restaurant in Dundee, Illinois. He was made manager of the Cock-O-Doodle Restaurant at age19, co-owner of the Winter Garden Restaurant with Leonard Besinger at the age of 25 and by age31 he joined the Greyhound Corporation to run theirtwo restaurants at the NewYork World’s Fair in 1964-1965. After the World’s Fair, his corporate career took off when he was made President of the Greyhound Corporation subsidiary Post Houses and Horne’s Enterprises, becoming the youngest subsidiary president in Greyhounds history. John left Greyhound in 1971 to become President of the John R. Thompson Company. Under his leadership,the company developed the Henrici’s Steak & Lobster House Restaurants,the Red Balloon Restaurants, and a line of gourmet frozen foods underthe Holloway House brand. At the Canteen Corporation, a division of ITT, John was President of Jacques French Restaurant Group which consisted of 16 restaurants, as well as the food facilities at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington,D.C. and the Lincoln Center in NewYork. In 1976 he rejoined the Greyhound Corporation as President of Greyhound Food Management. In 1980 he was named Group Vice President of services overseeing aircraft groundservices, cruiseships, giftshops,airport duty-freeshops and their service businesses. John succeeded JerryTrautman as CEO in1981 at the age of 48 and assumed title of Chairman of the Board in1982. During his tenure the company was restructured and renamed the Dial Corp. and later the Viad Corp.
    John was not only a successfu lbusinessman, he was deeply committed and dedicated to the success of his community. As Chairman of Dial Corp, John oversaw contributions to charitable organizations throughout Arizona in excess of $36million dollars. Along with supporting charities and cultural activities that included the Crisis Nursery, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Foundation forthe Blind and the Phoenix Zoo, he made efforts to ensure that Phoenix would continue as a pro?table and growing city. He helped keep the NBA PhoenixSuns basketball team in the Valley; sponsored the TV rights for the Phoenix Open, and became the ?rst corporate investor of the new Arizona Diamondbacks. He received many awards over his lifetime, but some of his highest accolades included receiving the food service industry’s coveted Gold Plate Award; Leaders Magazine “CEO of theYear”Award; “Of?cer of the Royal Order of the Crown of Belgium”; the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor”; The American Academy of Achievement Award; The2008 Milton Friedman Transformation Leader Award; as well as numerous Honorary Doctorate Degrees. While his accomplishments were many, meeting Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan ranked at thetop. In addition, John was extremely honored when the efforts of a group of Viad executives and staff resulted in a Phoenix Park named the John William Teets Park. John’s major passion outside of business and family was golf. Highlights included getting a hole-in-one on the Pebble Beach Golf Course, followed by a secondhole-in-one on his home course at the Paradise Valley CountryClub. He had an extensive collection of Empire clocks of the Napoleonic Era, and was pleased to have them on exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. John lived his life guided by his“Silent Partner,”Jesus Christ. He believed everyone has a spiritual side as well as a physical side, and its a matter of how one develops it. He put God first, family second and business third. God called John William Teets Jr. home on August 5, 2011. He shares a special place in heaven with his father, John William Teets Sr; his mother, Maudie McRoy Teets; his brother Richard Carl Teetsand his first wife Betty Nielsen Teets. John will be missed by his loving wife Nancy and his four daughters: Jerri Shields(Rich), Valerie Ogden, Heidi Teets, Suzanne Martin (Hayes),his seven grandchildren and two brothers James Teets(Trish), David Teets, and brother-in-law Bill Kerchenfaut. Special thanks go to The BannerAlzheimer’s Institute, specificallyDr. Pierre Tariot and Jan Dougherty, as well as to the incredible support and care from Hospice of the Valley. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Banner Alzheimer’s Institute or Hospice of the Valley. Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, August 11th,at3 :00pm at Scottsdale Bible Church, located at 7601 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements are being handled by GreenAcres Mortuary of Scottsdale.
  2. [S3108] Ancestry.com: Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Maudie Leona Teets
     in the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

    Name: Maudie Leona Teets
    [Maudie Mcr Teets] 
    [Maudie Teets] 
    [Maudie Leona McRoy] 
    SSN: 347202887
    Gender: Female
    Race: White
    Birth Date: 25 Feb 1916
    Birth Place: Bloomfield S, Maryland
    Death Date: 4 Dec 1997
    Father: Sam McRoy
    Mother: Lou Wood
    Type of Claim: Original SSN.
    Notes:
    May 1943: Name listed as MAUDIE LEONA TEETS; Dec 1954: Name listed as MAUDIE MCR TEETS; 16 Dec 1997: Name listed as MAUDIE L TEETS

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.

    Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007.
  3. [S3020] Census: 1940 Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, John Teets
     in the 1940 United States Federal Census

    Name: John Teets
    Age: 7
    Estimated birth year: abt 1933
    Gender: Male
    Race: White
    Birthplace: Illinois
    Marital Status: Single
    Relation to Head of House: Son
    Home in 1940: Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
    Map of Home in 1940: View Map
    Inferred Residence in 1935: Dunee, Cook, Illinois
    Residence in 1935: Dunee, Cook, Illinois
    Resident on farm in 1935: No
    Sheet Number: 12A
    Attended School or College: Yes
    Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 1st grade
    Weeks Worked in 1939 0
    Income: 0
    Income Other Sources: No

    Household Members:
    Name Age
    John Teets 34
    Marrie Teets 28
    John Teets 7
    Richard Teets 4
    James Teets 2
    Harry Mathis 32

    Source Citation
    Year: 1940; Census Place: Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania; Roll: T627_3634; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 65-134

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. 1940 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls.

    Description
    The 1940 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1940, with details about a household’s occupants that include birthplaces, occupations, education, citizenship, and income. Learn more...
  4. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Maudie L Teets

    Birth:  Feb. 25, 1916
    Death: Dec. 4, 1997
     
    Burial:
    Lakewood Memorial Park
    Elgin
    Cook County
    Illinois, USA
    Plot: Section 3
     
    Created by: BobH
    Record added: Nov 05, 2014
    Find A Grave Memorial# 138342870.
  5. [S3240] Obit: John William Teets, Jr., John William TeetsJr.
    John William TeetsJr. is in the presence of the Lord after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s. As he faced the biggest challenge of his life, he did it with his signature“cando”spirit, positive attitude and focused determination. He started from humble beginnings but knew he coulda chieve anything to which he put his mind to. He was born andraised in Elgin, Illinois; attending Elgin High School where he was a fouryear letterman in track excelling in highhurdles; easily a metaphor for his entire life. At an early age he developed a lifelong interest in weightlifting and bodybuilding. John served his country in the U .S. Army during the Korean War while stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as part of the Signal Corps. At age 22 he joined the Masonic Lodge and went on to become a 33° degree Mason. He was conferred with the Grand Cross of Masonry in 2001. John was a renowned public speaker as evidenced by his receiving the Forbes Magazine Award forTop Business Speaker of the Year (1990). His con?dent and effective delivery has been attributed to his Dale Carnegie training. His career in the restaurant industry began at the age of 14 when he worked as a dessert boy at the Milk Pail Restaurant in Dundee, Illinois. He was made manager of the Cock-O-Doodle Restaurant at age19, co-owner of the Winter Garden Restaurant with Leonard Besinger at the age of 25 and by age31 he joined the Greyhound Corporation to run theirtwo restaurants at the NewYork World’s Fair in 1964-1965. After the World’s Fair, his corporate career took off when he was made President of the Greyhound Corporation subsidiary Post Houses and Horne’s Enterprises, becoming the youngest subsidiary president in Greyhounds history. John left Greyhound in 1971 to become President of the John R. Thompson Company. Under his leadership,the company developed the Henrici’s Steak & Lobster House Restaurants,the Red Balloon Restaurants, and a line of gourmet frozen foods underthe Holloway House brand. At the Canteen Corporation, a division of ITT, John was President of Jacques French Restaurant Group which consisted of 16 restaurants, as well as the food facilities at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington,D.C. and the Lincoln Center in NewYork. In 1976 he rejoined the Greyhound Corporation as President of Greyhound Food Management. In 1980 he was named Group Vice President of services overseeing aircraft groundservices, cruiseships, giftshops,airport duty-freeshops and their service businesses. John succeeded JerryTrautman as CEO in1981 at the age of 48 and assumed title of Chairman of the Board in1982. During his tenure the company was restructured and renamed the Dial Corp. and later the Viad Corp.
    John was not only a successfu lbusinessman, he was deeply committed and dedicated to the success of his community. As Chairman of Dial Corp, John oversaw contributions to charitable organizations throughout Arizona in excess of $36million dollars. Along with supporting charities and cultural activities that included the Crisis Nursery, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Foundation forthe Blind and the Phoenix Zoo, he made efforts to ensure that Phoenix would continue as a pro?table and growing city. He helped keep the NBA PhoenixSuns basketball team in the Valley; sponsored the TV rights for the Phoenix Open, and became the ?rst corporate investor of the new Arizona Diamondbacks. He received many awards over his lifetime, but some of his highest accolades included receiving the food service industry’s coveted Gold Plate Award; Leaders Magazine “CEO of theYear”Award; “Of?cer of the Royal Order of the Crown of Belgium”; the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor”; The American Academy of Achievement Award; The2008 Milton Friedman Transformation Leader Award; as well as numerous Honorary Doctorate Degrees. While his accomplishments were many, meeting Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan ranked at thetop. In addition, John was extremely honored when the efforts of a group of Viad executives and staff resulted in a Phoenix Park named the John William Teets Park. John’s major passion outside of business and family was golf. Highlights included getting a hole-in-one on the Pebble Beach Golf Course, followed by a secondhole-in-one on his home course at the Paradise Valley CountryClub. He had an extensive collection of Empire clocks of the Napoleonic Era, and was pleased to have them on exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. John lived his life guided by his“Silent Partner,”Jesus Christ. He believed everyone has a spiritual side as well as a physical side, and its a matter of how one develops it. He put God first, family second and business third. God called John William Teets Jr. home on August 5, 2011. He shares a special place in heaven with his father, John William Teets Sr; his mother, Maudie McRoy Teets; his brother Richard Carl Teets and his first wife Betty Nielsen Teets. John will be missed by his loving wife Nancy and his four daughters: Jerri Shields(Rich), Valerie Ogden, Heidi Teets, Suzanne Martin (Hayes),his seven grandchildren and two brothers James Teets(Trish), David Teets, and brother-in-law Bill Kerchenfaut. Special thanks go to The BannerAlzheimer’s Institute, specificallyDr. Pierre Tariot and Jan Dougherty, as well as to the incredible support and care from Hospice of the Valley. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Banner Alzheimer’s Institute or Hospice of the Valley. Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, August 11th,at 3 :00pm at Scottsdale Bible Church, located at 7601 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements are being handled by GreenAcres Mortuary of Scottsdale.
  6. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, ohn William Teets, Jr
    Birth: unknown
    Illinois, USA
    Death: Aug. 5, 2011

    John William Teets Jr. John William Teets Jr. is in the presence of the Lord after a valiant battle with Alzheimer's. As he faced the biggest challenge of his life, he did it with his signature "can do" spirit, positive attitude and focused determination.

    He started from humble beginnings but knew he could achieve anything to which he put his mind to. He was born and raised in Elgin, Illinois; attending Elgin High School where he was a four year letterman in track excelling in high hurdles; easily a metaphor for his entire life. At an early age he developed a lifelong interest in weightlifting and body building.

    John served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War while stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as part of the Signal Corps.

    At age 22 he joined the Masonic Lodge and went on to become a 33 degree Mason. He was conferred with the Grand Cross of Masonry in 2001.

    John was a renowned public speaker as evidenced by his receiving the Forbes Magazine Award for Top Business Speaker of the Year (1990). His confident and effective delivery has been attributed to his Dale Carnegie training. His career in the restaurant industry began at the age of 14 when he worked as a dessert boy at the Milk Pail Restaurant in Dundee, Illinois.

    He was made manager of the Cock-O-Doodle Restaurant at age 19, co-owner of the Winter Garden Restaurant with Leonard Besinger at the age of 25 and by age 31 he joined the Greyhound Corporation to run their two restaurants at the New York World's Fair in 1964-1965.

    After the World's Fair, his corporate career took off when he was made President of the Greyhound Corporation subsidiary Post Houses and Horne's Enterprises, becoming the youngest subsidiary president in Greyhounds history. John left Greyhound in 1971 to become President of the John R. Thompson Company. Under his leadership, the company developed the Henrici's Steak & Lobster House Restaurants, the Red Balloon Restaurants, and a line of gourmet frozen foods under the Holloway House brand. At the Canteen Corporation, a division of ITT, John was President of Jacques French Restaurant Group which consisted of 16 restaurants, as well as the food facilities at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and the Lincoln Center in NewYork.

    In 1976 he rejoined the Greyhound Corporation as President of Greyhound Food Management. In 1980 he was named Group Vice President of services overseeing aircraft ground services, cruise ships, gift shops, airport duty-free shops and their service businesses. John succeeded Jerry Trautman as CEO in 1981 at the age of 48 and assumed title of Chairman of the Board in 1982. During his tenure the company was restructured and renamed the Dial Corp. and later the Viad Corp.

    John was not only a successful businessman, he was deeply committed and dedicated to the success of his community. As Chairman of Dial Corp, John oversaw contributions to charitable organizations throughout Arizona in excess of $36 million dollars. Along with supporting charities and cultural activities that included the Crisis Nursery, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Foundation for the Blind and the Phoenix Zoo, he made efforts to ensure that Phoenix would continue as a profitable and growing city. He helped keep the NBA Phoenix Suns basketball team in the Valley; sponsored the TV rights for the Phoenix Open, and became the first corporate investor of the new Arizona Diamondbacks. He received many awards over his lifetime, but some of his highest accolades included receiving the food service industry's coveted Gold Plate Award; Leaders Magazine "CEO of the Year"Award; "Officer of the Royal Order of the Crown of Belgium"; the "Ellis Island Medal of Honor"; The American Academy of Achievement Award; The 2008 Milton Friedman Transformation Leader Award; as well as numerous Honorary Doctorate Degrees. Whilehis accomplishments were many, meeting Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan ranked at the top.

    In addition, John was extremely honored when the efforts of a group of Viad executives and staff resulted in a Phoenix Park named the John William Teets Park. John's major passion outside of business and family was golf. Highlights included getting a hole-in-one on the Pebble Beach Golf Course, followed by a second hole-in-one on his home course at the Paradise Valley Country Club.

    He had an extensive collection of Empire clocks of the Napoleonic Era, and was pleased to have them on exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. John lived his life guided by his "Silent Partner," Jesus Christ. He believed everyone has a spiritual side as well as a physical side, and its a matter of how one develops it.

    He put God first, family second and business third. God called John William Teets Jr. home on August 5, 2011.

    He shares a special place in heaven with his father, John William Teets Sr; his mother, Maudie McRoy Teets; his brother Richard Carl Teets and his first wife Betty Nielsen Teets.

    John will be missed by his loving wife Nancy and his four daughters: Jerri Shields (Rich), Valerie Ogden, Heidi Teets, Suzanne Martin (Hayes), his five grandchildren and two brothers James Teets (Trish), David Teets, and brother-in-law Bill Kerchenfaut.

    Special thanks go to The Banner Alzheimer's Institute, specifically Dr. Pierre Tariot and Jan Dougherty, as well as to the incredible support and care from Hospice of the Valley. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Banner Alzheimer's Institute or Hospice of the Valley.

    Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, August 11th, at 3:00 pm at Scottsdale Bible Church, located at 7601 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements are being handled by Green Acres Mortuary of Scottsdale. 
     
    Burial:
    Unknown
     
    Created by: Rita & Lee Gordon
    Record added: Aug 27, 2014
    Find A Grave Memorial# 134951354.

Richard Carl Teets1

M, b. 17 February 1936, d. 15 July 1963
     Richard Carl Teets married Mary Edna Jackson.2 Richard Carl Teets was born on 17 February 1936.2,3 He was the son of John William Teets Sr. and Maudie Leona McRoy.1 Richard Carl Teets died on 15 July 1963 in Illinois at age 27.2
Last Edited12 Aug 2017
Father*John William Teets Sr.1 b. 28 Mar 1913, d. 18 Jul 1984
Mother*Maudie Leona McRoy1 b. 25 Feb 1916, d. 4 Dec 1997

Children of Richard Carl Teets and Mary Edna Jackson

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, ohn William Teets, Jr
    Birth: unknown
    Illinois, USA
    Death: Aug. 5, 2011

    John William Teets Jr. John William Teets Jr. is in the presence of the Lord after a valiant battle with Alzheimer's. As he faced the biggest challenge of his life, he did it with his signature "can do" spirit, positive attitude and focused determination.

    He started from humble beginnings but knew he could achieve anything to which he put his mind to. He was born and raised in Elgin, Illinois; attending Elgin High School where he was a four year letterman in track excelling in high hurdles; easily a metaphor for his entire life. At an early age he developed a lifelong interest in weightlifting and body building.

    John served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War while stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as part of the Signal Corps.

    At age 22 he joined the Masonic Lodge and went on to become a 33 degree Mason. He was conferred with the Grand Cross of Masonry in 2001.

    John was a renowned public speaker as evidenced by his receiving the Forbes Magazine Award for Top Business Speaker of the Year (1990). His confident and effective delivery has been attributed to his Dale Carnegie training. His career in the restaurant industry began at the age of 14 when he worked as a dessert boy at the Milk Pail Restaurant in Dundee, Illinois.

    He was made manager of the Cock-O-Doodle Restaurant at age 19, co-owner of the Winter Garden Restaurant with Leonard Besinger at the age of 25 and by age 31 he joined the Greyhound Corporation to run their two restaurants at the New York World's Fair in 1964-1965.

    After the World's Fair, his corporate career took off when he was made President of the Greyhound Corporation subsidiary Post Houses and Horne's Enterprises, becoming the youngest subsidiary president in Greyhounds history. John left Greyhound in 1971 to become President of the John R. Thompson Company. Under his leadership, the company developed the Henrici's Steak & Lobster House Restaurants, the Red Balloon Restaurants, and a line of gourmet frozen foods under the Holloway House brand. At the Canteen Corporation, a division of ITT, John was President of Jacques French Restaurant Group which consisted of 16 restaurants, as well as the food facilities at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and the Lincoln Center in NewYork.

    In 1976 he rejoined the Greyhound Corporation as President of Greyhound Food Management. In 1980 he was named Group Vice President of services overseeing aircraft ground services, cruise ships, gift shops, airport duty-free shops and their service businesses. John succeeded Jerry Trautman as CEO in 1981 at the age of 48 and assumed title of Chairman of the Board in 1982. During his tenure the company was restructured and renamed the Dial Corp. and later the Viad Corp.

    John was not only a successful businessman, he was deeply committed and dedicated to the success of his community. As Chairman of Dial Corp, John oversaw contributions to charitable organizations throughout Arizona in excess of $36 million dollars. Along with supporting charities and cultural activities that included the Crisis Nursery, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Foundation for the Blind and the Phoenix Zoo, he made efforts to ensure that Phoenix would continue as a profitable and growing city. He helped keep the NBA Phoenix Suns basketball team in the Valley; sponsored the TV rights for the Phoenix Open, and became the first corporate investor of the new Arizona Diamondbacks. He received many awards over his lifetime, but some of his highest accolades included receiving the food service industry's coveted Gold Plate Award; Leaders Magazine "CEO of the Year"Award; "Officer of the Royal Order of the Crown of Belgium"; the "Ellis Island Medal of Honor"; The American Academy of Achievement Award; The 2008 Milton Friedman Transformation Leader Award; as well as numerous Honorary Doctorate Degrees. Whilehis accomplishments were many, meeting Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan ranked at the top.

    In addition, John was extremely honored when the efforts of a group of Viad executives and staff resulted in a Phoenix Park named the John William Teets Park. John's major passion outside of business and family was golf. Highlights included getting a hole-in-one on the Pebble Beach Golf Course, followed by a second hole-in-one on his home course at the Paradise Valley Country Club.

    He had an extensive collection of Empire clocks of the Napoleonic Era, and was pleased to have them on exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. John lived his life guided by his "Silent Partner," Jesus Christ. He believed everyone has a spiritual side as well as a physical side, and its a matter of how one develops it.

    He put God first, family second and business third. God called John William Teets Jr. home on August 5, 2011.

    He shares a special place in heaven with his father, John William Teets Sr; his mother, Maudie McRoy Teets; his brother Richard Carl Teets and his first wife Betty Nielsen Teets.

    John will be missed by his loving wife Nancy and his four daughters: Jerri Shields (Rich), Valerie Ogden, Heidi Teets, Suzanne Martin (Hayes), his five grandchildren and two brothers James Teets (Trish), David Teets, and brother-in-law Bill Kerchenfaut.

    Special thanks go to The Banner Alzheimer's Institute, specifically Dr. Pierre Tariot and Jan Dougherty, as well as to the incredible support and care from Hospice of the Valley. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Banner Alzheimer's Institute or Hospice of the Valley.

    Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, August 11th, at 3:00 pm at Scottsdale Bible Church, located at 7601 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements are being handled by Green Acres Mortuary of Scottsdale. 
     
    Burial:
    Unknown
     
    Created by: Rita & Lee Gordon
    Record added: Aug 27, 2014
    Find A Grave Memorial# 134951354.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Richard Carl "CARL" Teets
    Birth: Feb. 7, 1936
    Illinois, USA
    Death: Jul. 15, 1963
    Illinois, USA

    Husband of:
    Mary Edna Jackson Teets

    Father of:
    Kevin Carl Teets
    twin boys:
    Brad and Brent Teets

    Family links:
    Children:
    Kevin Carl Teets (1958 - 2006)*
    Bradley J. Teets (1960 - 2013)*
    Brent Lawrence Teets (1960 - 2013)*
    Bradley J. Teets (1960 - 2013)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Unknown

    Created by: *Diane*
    Record added: May 12, 2012
    Find A Grave Memorial# 90016296.
  3. [S3020] Census: 1940 Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, John Teets
     in the 1940 United States Federal Census

    Name: John Teets
    Age: 7
    Estimated birth year: abt 1933
    Gender: Male
    Race: White
    Birthplace: Illinois
    Marital Status: Single
    Relation to Head of House: Son
    Home in 1940: Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
    Map of Home in 1940: View Map
    Inferred Residence in 1935: Dunee, Cook, Illinois
    Residence in 1935: Dunee, Cook, Illinois
    Resident on farm in 1935: No
    Sheet Number: 12A
    Attended School or College: Yes
    Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 1st grade
    Weeks Worked in 1939 0
    Income: 0
    Income Other Sources: No

    Household Members:
    Name Age
    John Teets 34
    Marrie Teets 28
    John Teets 7
    Richard Teets 4
    James Teets 2
    Harry Mathis 32

    Source Citation
    Year: 1940; Census Place: Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania; Roll: T627_3634; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 65-134

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. 1940 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls.

    Description
    The 1940 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1940, with details about a household’s occupants that include birthplaces, occupations, education, citizenship, and income. Learn more...

James Teets1

M, b. circa 1938
     James Teets was born circa 1938 in Illinois.1 He is the son of John William Teets Sr. and Maudie Leona McRoy.1
Last Edited11 Jul 2017
Father*John William Teets Sr.1 b. 28 Mar 1913, d. 18 Jul 1984
Mother*Maudie Leona McRoy1 b. 25 Feb 1916, d. 4 Dec 1997

Citations

  1. [S3020] Census: 1940 Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, John Teets
     in the 1940 United States Federal Census

    Name: John Teets
    Age: 7
    Estimated birth year: abt 1933
    Gender: Male
    Race: White
    Birthplace: Illinois
    Marital Status: Single
    Relation to Head of House: Son
    Home in 1940: Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
    Map of Home in 1940: View Map
    Inferred Residence in 1935: Dunee, Cook, Illinois
    Residence in 1935: Dunee, Cook, Illinois
    Resident on farm in 1935: No
    Sheet Number: 12A
    Attended School or College: Yes
    Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 1st grade
    Weeks Worked in 1939 0
    Income: 0
    Income Other Sources: No

    Household Members:
    Name Age
    John Teets 34
    Marrie Teets 28
    John Teets 7
    Richard Teets 4
    James Teets 2
    Harry Mathis 32

    Source Citation
    Year: 1940; Census Place: Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania; Roll: T627_3634; Page: 12A; Enumeration District: 65-134

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. 1940 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.
    Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Sixteenth Census of the United States, 1940. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls.

    Description
    The 1940 United States Federal Census is the largest census released to date and the most recent census available for public access. The census gives us a glimpse into the lives of Americans in 1940, with details about a household’s occupants that include birthplaces, occupations, education, citizenship, and income. Learn more...

Sam McRoy1

M
     Sam McRoy married Lou Wood.1
Last Edited11 Jul 2017

Child of Sam McRoy and Lou Wood

Citations

  1. [S3108] Ancestry.com: Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Maudie Leona Teets
     in the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

    Name: Maudie Leona Teets
    [Maudie Mcr Teets] 
    [Maudie Teets] 
    [Maudie Leona McRoy] 
    SSN: 347202887
    Gender: Female
    Race: White
    Birth Date: 25 Feb 1916
    Birth Place: Bloomfield S, Maryland
    Death Date: 4 Dec 1997
    Father: Sam McRoy
    Mother: Lou Wood
    Type of Claim: Original SSN.
    Notes:
    May 1943: Name listed as MAUDIE LEONA TEETS; Dec 1954: Name listed as MAUDIE MCR TEETS; 16 Dec 1997: Name listed as MAUDIE L TEETS

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.

    Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007.

Lou Wood1

F
     Lou Wood married Sam McRoy.1
Last Edited11 Jul 2017

Child of Lou Wood and Sam McRoy

Citations

  1. [S3108] Ancestry.com: Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007, Maudie Leona Teets
     in the U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

    Name: Maudie Leona Teets
    [Maudie Mcr Teets] 
    [Maudie Teets] 
    [Maudie Leona McRoy] 
    SSN: 347202887
    Gender: Female
    Race: White
    Birth Date: 25 Feb 1916
    Birth Place: Bloomfield S, Maryland
    Death Date: 4 Dec 1997
    Father: Sam McRoy
    Mother: Lou Wood
    Type of Claim: Original SSN.
    Notes:
    May 1943: Name listed as MAUDIE LEONA TEETS; Dec 1954: Name listed as MAUDIE MCR TEETS; 16 Dec 1997: Name listed as MAUDIE L TEETS

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.

    Original data: Social Security Applications and Claims, 1936-2007.

Betty Nielson1

F, b. 1937, d. 1963
     Betty Nielson was born in 1937.2 She married John William Teets Jr., son of John William Teets Sr. and Maudie Leona McRoy, on 29 July 1957 in Cook, Illinois.3,1 Betty Nielson was buried in 1963 in Elgin, Cook, Illinois.2 She died in 1963 in Illinois.2
Last Edited11 Jul 2017

Family: Betty Nielson and John William Teets Jr.

Citations

  1. [S3240] Obit: John William Teets, Jr., John William Teets Jr.
    John William Teets Jr. is in the presence of the Lord after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s. As he faced the biggest challenge of his life, he did it with his signature“cando”spirit, positive attitude and focused determination. He started from humble beginnings but knew he coulda chieve anything to which he put his mind to. He was born andraised in Elgin, Illinois; attending Elgin High School where he was a fouryear letterman in track excelling in highhurdles; easily a metaphor for his entire life. At an early age he developed a lifelong interest in weightlifting and bodybuilding. John served his country in the U .S. Army during the Korean War while stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as part of the Signal Corps. At age 22 he joined the Masonic Lodge and went on to become a 33° degree Mason. He was conferred with the Grand Cross of Masonry in 2001. John was a renowned public speaker as evidenced by his receiving the Forbes Magazine Award forTop Business Speaker of the Year (1990). His con?dent and effective delivery has been attributed to his Dale Carnegie training. His career in the restaurant industry began at the age of 14 when he worked as a dessert boy at the Milk Pail Restaurant in Dundee, Illinois. He was made manager of the Cock-O-Doodle Restaurant at age19, co-owner of the Winter Garden Restaurant with Leonard Besinger at the age of 25 and by age31 he joined the Greyhound Corporation to run theirtwo restaurants at the NewYork World’s Fair in 1964-1965. After the World’s Fair, his corporate career took off when he was made President of the Greyhound Corporation subsidiary Post Houses and Horne’s Enterprises, becoming the youngest subsidiary president in Greyhounds history. John left Greyhound in 1971 to become President of the John R. Thompson Company. Under his leadership,the company developed the Henrici’s Steak & Lobster House Restaurants,the Red Balloon Restaurants, and a line of gourmet frozen foods underthe Holloway House brand. At the Canteen Corporation, a division of ITT, John was President of Jacques French Restaurant Group which consisted of 16 restaurants, as well as the food facilities at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington,D.C. and the Lincoln Center in NewYork. In 1976 he rejoined the Greyhound Corporation as President of Greyhound Food Management. In 1980 he was named Group Vice President of services overseeing aircraft groundservices, cruiseships, giftshops,airport duty-freeshops and their service businesses. John succeeded JerryTrautman as CEO in1981 at the age of 48 and assumed title of Chairman of the Board in1982. During his tenure the company was restructured and renamed the Dial Corp. and later the Viad Corp.
    John was not only a successfu lbusinessman, he was deeply committed and dedicated to the success of his community. As Chairman of Dial Corp, John oversaw contributions to charitable organizations throughout Arizona in excess of $36million dollars. Along with supporting charities and cultural activities that included the Crisis Nursery, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Foundation forthe Blind and the Phoenix Zoo, he made efforts to ensure that Phoenix would continue as a pro?table and growing city. He helped keep the NBA PhoenixSuns basketball team in the Valley; sponsored the TV rights for the Phoenix Open, and became the first corporate investor of the new Arizona Diamondbacks. He received many awards over his lifetime, but some of his highest accolades included receiving the food service industry’s coveted Gold Plate Award; Leaders Magazine “CEO of theYear”Award; “Officer of the Royal Order of the Crown of Belgium”; the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor”; The American Academy of Achievement Award; The2008 Milton Friedman Transformation Leader Award; as well as numerous Honorary Doctorate Degrees. While his accomplishments were many, meeting Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan ranked at thetop. In addition, John was extremely honored when the efforts of a group of Viad executives and staff resulted in a Phoenix Park named the John William Teets Park. John’s major passion outside of business and family was golf. Highlights included getting a hole-in-one on the Pebble Beach Golf Course, followed by a secondhole-in-one on his home course at the Paradise Valley CountryClub. He had an extensive collection of Empire clocks of the Napoleonic Era, and was pleased to have them on exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. John lived his life guided by his“Silent Partner,”Jesus Christ. He believed everyone has a spiritual side as well as a physical side, and its a matter of how one develops it. He put God first, family second and business third. God called John William Teets Jr. home on August 5, 2011. He shares a special place in heaven with his father, John William Teets Sr; his mother, Maudie McRoy Teets; his brother Richard Carl Teets and his first wife Betty Nielsen Teets. John will be missed by his loving wife Nancy and his four daughters: Jerri Shields(Rich), Valerie Ogden, Heidi Teets, Suzanne Martin (Hayes),his seven grandchildren and two brothers James Teets(Trish), David Teets, and brother-in-law Bill Kerchenfaut. Special thanks go to The BannerAlzheimer’s Institute, specificallyDr. Pierre Tariot and Jan Dougherty, as well as to the incredible support and care from Hospice of the Valley. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Banner Alzheimer’s Institute or Hospice of the Valley. Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, August 11th,at3 :00pm at Scottsdale Bible Church, located at 7601 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements are being handled by GreenAcres Mortuary of Scottsdale.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Betty C Teets
    Birth: 1937
    Death: 1963
     
    Burial:
    Lakewood Memorial Park
    Elgin
    Cook County
    Illinois, USA
    Plot: Sec 10
     
    Created by: Renay Lies-Tranchitella
    Record added: Sep 05, 2013
    Find A Grave Memorial# 116599878.
  3. [S2386] Cook County, Illinois Marriage Index, 1930-1960, John Teets Jr
     in the Cook County, Illinois Marriage Index, 1930-1960

    Name: John Teets Jr
    Marriage Date: 29 Jul 1957
    Spouse: Betty Nielsen
    Marriage Location: Cook County, IL
    Marriage license:
    File Number: 2452394
    Archive Collection Name: Cook County Genealogy Records (Marriages)
    Archive repository location: Chicago, IL
    Archive repository name: Cook County Clerk

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. Cook County, Illinois Marriage Index, 1930-1960 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.

    Original data: Cook County Clerk, comp. Cook County Clerk Genealogy Records. Cook County Clerk’s Office, Chicago, IL: Cook County Clerk, 2008.

Nancy (?)1

F
     Nancy (?) married John William Teets Jr., son of John William Teets Sr. and Maudie Leona McRoy.1
Last Edited11 Jul 2017

Child of Nancy (?) and John William Teets Jr.

Citations

  1. [S3240] Obit: John William Teets, Jr., John William Teets Jr.
    John William Teets Jr. is in the presence of the Lord after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s. As he faced the biggest challenge of his life, he did it with his signature“cando”spirit, positive attitude and focused determination. He started from humble beginnings but knew he coulda chieve anything to which he put his mind to. He was born andraised in Elgin, Illinois; attending Elgin High School where he was a fouryear letterman in track excelling in highhurdles; easily a metaphor for his entire life. At an early age he developed a lifelong interest in weightlifting and bodybuilding. John served his country in the U .S. Army during the Korean War while stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as part of the Signal Corps. At age 22 he joined the Masonic Lodge and went on to become a 33° degree Mason. He was conferred with the Grand Cross of Masonry in 2001. John was a renowned public speaker as evidenced by his receiving the Forbes Magazine Award forTop Business Speaker of the Year (1990). His con?dent and effective delivery has been attributed to his Dale Carnegie training. His career in the restaurant industry began at the age of 14 when he worked as a dessert boy at the Milk Pail Restaurant in Dundee, Illinois. He was made manager of the Cock-O-Doodle Restaurant at age19, co-owner of the Winter Garden Restaurant with Leonard Besinger at the age of 25 and by age31 he joined the Greyhound Corporation to run theirtwo restaurants at the NewYork World’s Fair in 1964-1965. After the World’s Fair, his corporate career took off when he was made President of the Greyhound Corporation subsidiary Post Houses and Horne’s Enterprises, becoming the youngest subsidiary president in Greyhounds history. John left Greyhound in 1971 to become President of the John R. Thompson Company. Under his leadership,the company developed the Henrici’s Steak & Lobster House Restaurants,the Red Balloon Restaurants, and a line of gourmet frozen foods underthe Holloway House brand. At the Canteen Corporation, a division of ITT, John was President of Jacques French Restaurant Group which consisted of 16 restaurants, as well as the food facilities at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington,D.C. and the Lincoln Center in NewYork. In 1976 he rejoined the Greyhound Corporation as President of Greyhound Food Management. In 1980 he was named Group Vice President of services overseeing aircraft groundservices, cruiseships, giftshops,airport duty-freeshops and their service businesses. John succeeded JerryTrautman as CEO in1981 at the age of 48 and assumed title of Chairman of the Board in1982. During his tenure the company was restructured and renamed the Dial Corp. and later the Viad Corp.
    John was not only a successfu lbusinessman, he was deeply committed and dedicated to the success of his community. As Chairman of Dial Corp, John oversaw contributions to charitable organizations throughout Arizona in excess of $36million dollars. Along with supporting charities and cultural activities that included the Crisis Nursery, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Foundation forthe Blind and the Phoenix Zoo, he made efforts to ensure that Phoenix would continue as a pro?table and growing city. He helped keep the NBA PhoenixSuns basketball team in the Valley; sponsored the TV rights for the Phoenix Open, and became the first corporate investor of the new Arizona Diamondbacks. He received many awards over his lifetime, but some of his highest accolades included receiving the food service industry’s coveted Gold Plate Award; Leaders Magazine “CEO of theYear”Award; “Officer of the Royal Order of the Crown of Belgium”; the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor”; The American Academy of Achievement Award; The2008 Milton Friedman Transformation Leader Award; as well as numerous Honorary Doctorate Degrees. While his accomplishments were many, meeting Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan ranked at thetop. In addition, John was extremely honored when the efforts of a group of Viad executives and staff resulted in a Phoenix Park named the John William Teets Park. John’s major passion outside of business and family was golf. Highlights included getting a hole-in-one on the Pebble Beach Golf Course, followed by a secondhole-in-one on his home course at the Paradise Valley CountryClub. He had an extensive collection of Empire clocks of the Napoleonic Era, and was pleased to have them on exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. John lived his life guided by his“Silent Partner,”Jesus Christ. He believed everyone has a spiritual side as well as a physical side, and its a matter of how one develops it. He put God first, family second and business third. God called John William Teets Jr. home on August 5, 2011. He shares a special place in heaven with his father, John William Teets Sr; his mother, Maudie McRoy Teets; his brother Richard Carl Teets and his first wife Betty Nielsen Teets. John will be missed by his loving wife Nancy and his four daughters: Jerri Shields(Rich), Valerie Ogden, Heidi Teets, Suzanne Martin (Hayes),his seven grandchildren and two brothers James Teets(Trish), David Teets, and brother-in-law Bill Kerchenfaut. Special thanks go to The BannerAlzheimer’s Institute, specificallyDr. Pierre Tariot and Jan Dougherty, as well as to the incredible support and care from Hospice of the Valley. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Banner Alzheimer’s Institute or Hospice of the Valley. Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, August 11th,at3 :00pm at Scottsdale Bible Church, located at 7601 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements are being handled by GreenAcres Mortuary of Scottsdale.
  2. [S3241] United States Public Records, 1950-1993, Heidi Jayne Teets
     in the U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1

    Name: Heidi Jayne Teets
    Birth Date: 28 Jun 1967
    Address:
    5303 E Desert Park Ln, Paradise Valley, AZ, 85253-3057 (1995)
    [5303 E Desert, Paradise Valley, AZ, 85253 (1993)] 
    [5320 N 25th St, Phoenix, AZ, 85016-3608 (1994)] 
    [5336 N 25th St, Phoenix, AZ, 85016-3662] 

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

    Original data: Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings.

David Teets1

M
     David Teets is the son of John William Teets Sr. and Maudie Leona McRoy.1
Last Edited11 Jul 2017
Father*John William Teets Sr.1 b. 28 Mar 1913, d. 18 Jul 1984
Mother*Maudie Leona McRoy1 b. 25 Feb 1916, d. 4 Dec 1997

Citations

  1. [S3240] Obit: John William Teets, Jr., John William TeetsJr.
    John William TeetsJr. is in the presence of the Lord after a valiant battle with Alzheimer’s. As he faced the biggest challenge of his life, he did it with his signature“cando”spirit, positive attitude and focused determination. He started from humble beginnings but knew he coulda chieve anything to which he put his mind to. He was born andraised in Elgin, Illinois; attending Elgin High School where he was a fouryear letterman in track excelling in highhurdles; easily a metaphor for his entire life. At an early age he developed a lifelong interest in weightlifting and bodybuilding. John served his country in the U .S. Army during the Korean War while stationed in Stuttgart, Germany as part of the Signal Corps. At age 22 he joined the Masonic Lodge and went on to become a 33° degree Mason. He was conferred with the Grand Cross of Masonry in 2001. John was a renowned public speaker as evidenced by his receiving the Forbes Magazine Award forTop Business Speaker of the Year (1990). His con?dent and effective delivery has been attributed to his Dale Carnegie training. His career in the restaurant industry began at the age of 14 when he worked as a dessert boy at the Milk Pail Restaurant in Dundee, Illinois. He was made manager of the Cock-O-Doodle Restaurant at age19, co-owner of the Winter Garden Restaurant with Leonard Besinger at the age of 25 and by age31 he joined the Greyhound Corporation to run theirtwo restaurants at the NewYork World’s Fair in 1964-1965. After the World’s Fair, his corporate career took off when he was made President of the Greyhound Corporation subsidiary Post Houses and Horne’s Enterprises, becoming the youngest subsidiary president in Greyhounds history. John left Greyhound in 1971 to become President of the John R. Thompson Company. Under his leadership,the company developed the Henrici’s Steak & Lobster House Restaurants,the Red Balloon Restaurants, and a line of gourmet frozen foods underthe Holloway House brand. At the Canteen Corporation, a division of ITT, John was President of Jacques French Restaurant Group which consisted of 16 restaurants, as well as the food facilities at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington,D.C. and the Lincoln Center in NewYork. In 1976 he rejoined the Greyhound Corporation as President of Greyhound Food Management. In 1980 he was named Group Vice President of services overseeing aircraft groundservices, cruiseships, giftshops,airport duty-freeshops and their service businesses. John succeeded JerryTrautman as CEO in1981 at the age of 48 and assumed title of Chairman of the Board in1982. During his tenure the company was restructured and renamed the Dial Corp. and later the Viad Corp.
    John was not only a successfu lbusinessman, he was deeply committed and dedicated to the success of his community. As Chairman of Dial Corp, John oversaw contributions to charitable organizations throughout Arizona in excess of $36million dollars. Along with supporting charities and cultural activities that included the Crisis Nursery, the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix, the Foundation forthe Blind and the Phoenix Zoo, he made efforts to ensure that Phoenix would continue as a pro?table and growing city. He helped keep the NBA PhoenixSuns basketball team in the Valley; sponsored the TV rights for the Phoenix Open, and became the ?rst corporate investor of the new Arizona Diamondbacks. He received many awards over his lifetime, but some of his highest accolades included receiving the food service industry’s coveted Gold Plate Award; Leaders Magazine “CEO of theYear”Award; “Of?cer of the Royal Order of the Crown of Belgium”; the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor”; The American Academy of Achievement Award; The2008 Milton Friedman Transformation Leader Award; as well as numerous Honorary Doctorate Degrees. While his accomplishments were many, meeting Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan ranked at thetop. In addition, John was extremely honored when the efforts of a group of Viad executives and staff resulted in a Phoenix Park named the John William Teets Park. John’s major passion outside of business and family was golf. Highlights included getting a hole-in-one on the Pebble Beach Golf Course, followed by a secondhole-in-one on his home course at the Paradise Valley CountryClub. He had an extensive collection of Empire clocks of the Napoleonic Era, and was pleased to have them on exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum. John lived his life guided by his“Silent Partner,”Jesus Christ. He believed everyone has a spiritual side as well as a physical side, and its a matter of how one develops it. He put God first, family second and business third. God called John William Teets Jr. home on August 5, 2011. He shares a special place in heaven with his father, John William Teets Sr; his mother, Maudie McRoy Teets; his brother Richard Carl Teets and his first wife Betty Nielsen Teets. John will be missed by his loving wife Nancy and his four daughters: Jerri Shields(Rich), Valerie Ogden, Heidi Teets, Suzanne Martin (Hayes),his seven grandchildren and two brothers James Teets(Trish), David Teets, and brother-in-law Bill Kerchenfaut. Special thanks go to The BannerAlzheimer’s Institute, specificallyDr. Pierre Tariot and Jan Dougherty, as well as to the incredible support and care from Hospice of the Valley. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Banner Alzheimer’s Institute or Hospice of the Valley. Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, August 11th,at 3 :00pm at Scottsdale Bible Church, located at 7601 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona. Arrangements are being handled by GreenAcres Mortuary of Scottsdale.

Heidi Jayne Teets1

F, b. 28 June 1967
     Heidi Jayne Teets was born on 28 June 1967.1 She is the daughter of John William Teets Jr. and Nancy (?)1
Last Edited11 Jul 2017
Father*John William Teets Jr.1 b. 15 Sep 1933, d. 5 Aug 2011
Mother*Nancy (?)1

Citations

  1. [S3241] United States Public Records, 1950-1993, Heidi Jayne Teets
     in the U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1

    Name: Heidi Jayne Teets
    Birth Date: 28 Jun 1967
    Address:
    5303 E Desert Park Ln, Paradise Valley, AZ, 85253-3057 (1995)
    [5303 E Desert, Paradise Valley, AZ, 85253 (1993)] 
    [5320 N 25th St, Phoenix, AZ, 85016-3608 (1994)] 
    [5336 N 25th St, Phoenix, AZ, 85016-3662] 

    Source Information
    Ancestry.com. U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

    Original data: Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings.

Mary Edna Jackson1

F, b. 1935, d. 11 December 2013
     Mary Edna Jackson married Richard Carl Teets, son of John William Teets Sr. and Maudie Leona McRoy.1 Mary Edna Jackson was born in 1935.2 She died on 11 December 2013.2
Last Edited12 Aug 2017

Children of Mary Edna Jackson and Richard Carl Teets

Citations

  1. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Richard Carl "CARL" Teets
    Birth: Feb. 7, 1936
    Illinois, USA
    Death: Jul. 15, 1963
    Illinois, USA

    Husband of:
    Mary Edna Jackson Teets

    Father of:
    Kevin Carl Teets
    twin boys:
    Brad and Brent Teets

    Family links:
    Children:
    Kevin Carl Teets (1958 - 2006)*
    Bradley J. Teets (1960 - 2013)*
    Brent Lawrence Teets (1960 - 2013)*
    Bradley J. Teets (1960 - 2013)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Unknown

    Created by: *Diane*
    Record added: May 12, 2012
    Find A Grave Memorial# 90016296.
  2. [S707] Find-a-Grave, http://www.findagrave.com, Mary Edna Jackson Teets
    Birth: 1935
    Death: Dec. 11, 2013
    Madison County
    Illinois, USA

    Family links:
    Children:
    Kevin Carl Teets (1958 - 2006)*
    Brent Lawrence Teets (1960 - 2013)*
    Bradley J. Teets (1960 - 2013)*

    *Calculated relationship

    Burial:
    Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.

    Created by: *Diane*
    Record added: Jul 29, 2017
    Find A Grave Memorial# 181881324.