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Eyob "Teddy" Demoz Fetene

February 23, 1987February 7, 2021
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Eyob Demoz Fetene, age 33, of Arlington, Virginia passed away on Sunday, February 7, 2021. Eyob was born February 23, 1987.

A funeral service for Eyob will be held Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 11:30 AM at Murphy Funeral Homes, 4510 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Virginia 22203. A graveside service will occur Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 2:00 PM at National Memorial Park, Falls Church, Virginia.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Fetene family.


  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, February 18, 2021


  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, February 18, 2021


Eyob "Teddy" Demoz Fetene

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Degie Mengesha

March 7, 2021

One month already but it still feels unreal. I miss you Teddy last night I could not sleep thinking about you especially at 12:30. Heaven gained an Angel but earth we lost an Angel. I love you Teddy continue to sleep in peace. You are no longer suffering from this world, enjoy your rest King!

Degie Mengesha

February 24, 2021

If this is the only way I get to spend time with until we meet again so be it. This will be how I spend time with you I love you Teddy ❤️

Genet Chekol

February 24, 2021

Happy birthday in heaven Teddy we love you R.I.P

Nigist Chekol

February 23, 2021

Miss & love you forever

Demoze Hailu

February 22, 2021

Demoze Hailu

February 21, 2021

Bethel Girma

February 18, 2021

I remember when we would go to the christmas eve party’s at geni’s house me and my family were always late but when you walk up the stairs there he was having a good time. I remember his hair was always a big ball of mess because he had dreads and you couldn’t brush dreads out. We would always make fun of him for it but he never got offended or hurt because at the end of the day we were all just messing around. We talked and had a good time. He seemed like one of the most care free light hearted funny souls out there. It just makes me sad thinking that i’ll never get to see him at another christmas eve party and get to make fun of his hair ever again. Fly high teddy and have a fun time in heaven until all of us meet you again ❤️

Lemlem Mamay

February 18, 2021

Teddy was a very sweet person. I remember one Christmas eve he saw me after a long time and he said " Lemlem where are you I didn't see you guys for a long time! ". It made me so happy and he was one of the sweetest people I know. Rest In Peace Teddy we love you and miss you ❤

Yordanos Assafe

February 18, 2021

Looking back at my childhood memories, all I could remember are the countless birthday parties, baptisms, wedding celebrations, and buna on random days and times of the week. Of course our parents would bring us all together, all different ages, and we would all have such a blast! As wild as we would get, Teddy was always the calmest kid in the room, sticking to one spot and would just sit, shaking his head and smirking at all the things we would do.

As we’ve gotten older, many of us have spread apart... it’s been years since I’ve seen Teddy — but he always holds a special place in my heart. He gives such a great example of calmness, having a gentle spirit, and a loving heart, especially the love and adoration he had for Mulu and Sammy.

You will never be forgotten and we thank God for the time we had with you 🤍

Frankie Castillo

February 18, 2021

Ted was amazing spirit, I remember when I met him in high school he was always in good spirits, never had any issues with anyone, he was always smiling and always knew how to make people around him laugh and smile. I wish I could of gotten a lot closer to Ted because he’s someone you would want to have around as a friend. He never put me down or ever said anything negative about me or anyone. He was a breath of fresh air and I was very fortunate to have known him. Ted was like a rare gem you don’t always run into someone like him. He will always be remembered