Theodore P Racz
November 13, 1940 – April 3, 2018
Theodore "Ted" Racz passed away on Monday the second of April, 2018 in the Lower Cape Fear Hospice, "Brunswick House". He was born in Quakertown, PA on the thirteenth of November, 1940. Ted is survived by his wife of thirty-nine years, Maureen P. Racz; his daughter, Krista M. Berthold and husband Robert of Sevierville, TN a grandson, Theodore J. Berthold and a brother, Timothy Racz his wife Jane of Yorktown, VA. Ted was a US Army veteran, who graduated from West Chester University, East Chester, PA with a bachelors Degree in Physical Education and then a Masters degree in English. He worked as a sales and marketing executive for thirty years with Avon Products, Inc., as well as the cable and entertainment industry in Europe and the United States. He ended his career as an English teacher at a charter high school in Cave Creek, AZ. His favorite job by far was being an English teacher and having the opportunity to meet and influence very special students who had such a positive influence in his life. Memorial services were private. In lieu of customary remembrances the family requests with gratitude that donations be made to the SECU Lower Cape Fear Hospice Life Care Center at 955 Mercy Lane, Bolivia, NC 28422. Online condolences may be made to www.whitefuneralservicesupply.com White Funeral & Cremation Service, Supply/Bolivia Chapel, 910-754-6848
Theodore P Racz
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Robert "Biff" Miller
August 14, 2018
Ted was one of the nicest, kindest and gentle man I have known. I taught with Ted for many years and we laughed together most every day along with his wife Maureen. A few days I guess we did not laugh but for most all the time the humor was everywhere. Ted was a gifted business man where he spent time working in Russia. He also enjoyed talking about his years playing baseball while in the Army.
But he loved teaching kids. One could not count the number of students he helped. I was always in awe of how many kids felt a special affection for him because he would almost always find a way to get through to students no matter how difficult it was.
Rest in Peace, my friend, and I know you are laughing and playing golf in paradise.