Ted Fitzhugh Jr.

November 26, 1958June 13, 2010

Ted Wayne Fitzhugh, Jr. passed away on Sunday, June 13, 2010 after a lengthy illness. Ted was a man who enjoyed people and the simple pleasures in life. He had a huge heart and a wonderful sense of humor. He loved all sports. Especially those played by the Oklahoma State Cowboys. One constant source of joy for Ted was his love for his daughter Lyndsay. Ted faced many trials, but he always found the courage to overcome the difficulties in his life. Ted is survived by his daughter and son-in law, Lyndsay and Shadd Bogges, granddaughter, Emma Bogges, grandson, Ayden Bogges, his parents Ted and Pat Fitzhugh, and many nieces and nephews. The Fitzhugh family would like to express their appreciation to Ms. Beverly Brown for all the care and compassion she provided Ted during his illness. Services will be held at Eisenhour Southeast Chapel on Thursday, June 17, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. Condolences may be offered at


  • Funeral Service Thursday, June 17, 2010
  • Visitation Wednesday, June 16, 2010

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S Fitzhugh

December 1, 2010

My God Bless you Teddy, now you and Tim can be together.

Jim Smith

August 15, 2010

Just got wind of Ted's passing via another Taipei American School classmate. I played baseball/football/rugby etc. with Ted at TAS. His imposing physical presence on the field was only surpassed by the size of his generous heart. We also hung out a lot at the Tien Mou Teen Club where Ted routinely schooled me on the ping pong tables. Betting was strictly prohibited, but a 5 NT wager always seemed to be settled up after our matches. As such, I ended up buying Ted quite a few of Jimmy Wu's famous pizza burgers. Good times and good memories of one of the friendliest guys at Taipei American.
My condolences to his family.
Jim Smith
TAS 72-78

August 15, 2010

Thoughts and prayers are with you all. Ted and I were friends in high school in Taiwan. Although we lost track of each other after HS I had great memories of a great friend. May he rest in peace and God take him into his arms forever! Mark Houston, Boise, Idaho

Beverly Brown

June 28, 2010

I miss seeing Ted each day at the nursing home/hospital but am so thankful that he is in heaven where he is no longer suffering overwhelming and excrutiating pain 24/7.

Rick & Debbie St. Clair

June 17, 2010

To Lyndsay and all of the Fitzhugh family:
We loved Ted like a brother. Ted was such a big-hearted man, and there are so many memories that go back a long ways. He will be missed by both of us.

June 17, 2010

Pat & Ted, Dan & I are so sorry to hear of your loss. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. We think about you'll ofter. We love and miss you.
Dan & Barb Cheek

June 17, 2010

Lindsey sorry to hear about your dad. Our prayers and thoughts go out to you and your family. If there is anything we can do please call. Love you Connie Conine

June 16, 2010

Sorry to hear the news of Ted's passing. Ted was a fraternity (TKE) brother at Southwestern, and we worked together in the oil field. Ted was a great guy and over the years I have thought of him often. He had a great sense of humor and was quick to laugh, I know he will be missed. Rest in peace, brother.]
Yours in the bond,
Terry Mosley, EH#379

Diane Ritter

June 16, 2010

My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Jim Ritter

June 16, 2010

Hey Theo its JR sorry I couldn`t find you, I miss your friendship and all the times we went fishing. Miss Linda and worm and it hurts that your gone. Wish I could been there for you like you were for me after my heart surgery. Remember when you told me how fat I got and I said I was on a sea food diet and you asked how it was working and I said great cause I eat all the food I see, you about bust a gut. Love you and I know your with God. Your friend Ritter. What the hell is popeye. love you JR