Theodore Franklin Spuller Jr.

January 7, 1927May 4, 2021

Theodore F. Spuller, Jr., was born Jan.7, 1927 to Theodore and Martha Spuller in Fort Wayne, Ind. and went to join our Lord on May 4, 2021. The family moved to Milwaukee, Wis. at an early age. He served in the Army during World War II, upon discharge he entered and graduated from Marquette University Law School. He is survived by his beloved wife of 71 years Marion and their 4 children: Thomas (Pam) Spuller, Gary, (Lois)Spuller, Joanne (David) Walters, and David Spuller. He is also survived by their 10 Grandchildren and 8 Great Grandchildren and his sister Jean Riegleman of Wisconsin.

He and Marion traveled to Europe and throughout United States visiting friends and family and enjoying many long weekends on golfing trips.

Service for Ted Spuller is Saturday May 22 at 10:00 AM at Annunciation Catholic Church, 1020 Montgomery Rd, Altamonte Springs FL


  • Memorial Mass

    Saturday, May 22, 2021


Theodore Franklin Spuller Jr.

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Sienna Spuller

May 21, 2021

I remember GP always being so positive and happy. When I come to visit I would be so excited and thrilled because I was excited to see GP and GiGi.

Janice Spuller

May 21, 2021

Thank you Grandpa Ted for welcoming me into your family! I see your humor and kindness in Ryan all the time. I remember leaving Cape Cod, after having Sawyer, and we hugged and you said “One more! Have one more”. I said no way in the politest way ever, and within that year, Spencer came along.! You are always in our prayers and may you Rest In Peace!

Meg Wasson

May 20, 2021

We know two heavenly angels that are so happy to embrace their buddy, Ted, again! Our parents, PAT & PATTY BAILEY, considered Ted & Marion as two of their most treasured life-long friends. After EVERY visit with them, when we'd ask how it went, they would just smile and say how much they just laughed and laughed and had the best time. ALWAYS. It was a very special friendship, and deep love, that all four had for each other. Rest in peace, Ted, and our prayers go out to Marion and all of the Spullers.

Linda and Bob Steidle

May 17, 2021

We will remember Ted with great fondness and love. He was a kind and gentle soul with the best sense of humor. His love and dedication to Marion and his family is to be admired.
One recent memory we have is watching Ted pass Marion in her chair and giving her a “Hi Five.”
Our hearts our sadden by his passing but happy that we were included in his circle of friends.

Tom Spuller

May 15, 2021

My dad was my hero, idol and inspiration. He welcomed all to the family with open arms. He had a funny dry sense of humor and loved having a good time. He loved and adored my mother very much, treating her like a queen.
He was always loving and will always be loved.

John Reith

May 11, 2021

My uncle Ted as I remember him was a party starter. When he walked in a room, the party was on. I know I am not supposed to pick favorites, but without question, Ted was my favorite uncle (and we had a lot of uncles in the Reith clan). Besides his incredible sense of humor, one memory that will last forever is when us Reith boys were sleeping with our cousins in the Spuller basement and hearing uncle Ted snoring like a thunderstorm upstairs. I don't know how aunt Marion could ever get a good night's sleep. I mean to tell you that the walls shook when Ted snored. Ted was a gentle, caring soul and he will never be forgotten. I love you uncle Ted.

Gary Spuller

May 11, 2021

Thinking of my dad, the phrase "unconditional love" comes to mind. He was not one to use the word love often yet I know it was always there. He was so proud of all four of his children and how we all turned out. Later, he was blessed with 10 wonderful grand children who he asked about all of the time. We all will miss him and think of him often with love, admiration, and thanks to all he has given us.

Jill Geldmacher

May 10, 2021

I love my Uncle Ted. He had such a kind, endearing and engaging personality and a stellar sense of humor. Thoughts of him always have and always will bring a smile.

Melanie Walters

May 10, 2021

I will always remember my grandpa as one of the most genuinely funny people I know. I always admired his unconditional love and support he had for his wife. He will be greatly missed, but I'll treasure sharing the fond memories I have with loved ones forever.

Jeanne Reith

May 10, 2021

He had a glorious sense of humor and an amazing outlook on life. My Siblings and I, his nieces and nephews refer to him as Our Prince of an Uncle. Uncle (Wonderful) Ted.