OBITUARY

Spider "Reynold" Teller

May 20, 1947February 27, 2019

Survived by his wife, Tammy, brother Rocky (Clarice), brother Tom Love, son Derek, daughters Jessie, Shayleah, and Angie, grandchildren Evan, Ivy, Kaitlyn, T.C., Raiden, Mamo and Dimitri, several nieces and nephews, and many loved ones.

Spider was a loving and caring man with a heart of gold. He was an outstanding horseman, often referred to as the best reinsman around. He had a love for training horses. He was an accomplished saddle maker and one heck of a roper. Spider grew up in Owyhee, NV and spend the last 20 years of his life in Gardnerville, NV. He was also a decorated Vietnam Veteran.

Spider’s Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, March 9 at 12:00 pm in Owyhee, NV. In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, March 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

Spider "Reynold" Teller

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Rosalie Dixon

March 8, 2019

My deep condolences to Tammy Teller and the family of Spider. I am saddened to receive the news that a Friend/Brother has walked on. Spider is a special Cowboy with a big heart, always willing to help when needed. He is a talented man, a true Old West Cowboy, a gentleman as real Cowboy's are. I hadn't seen Spider in many years, but kept up with his whereabouts, hearing he was happily married, living in Carson City. I treasure the memories of Spider, a good friend, like a brother. Everytime I hear a Waylon Jennings song, namely, "Good Hearted Woman," a picture of Spider dancing to the tune pops up in mind, sweet memories of a great guy. I wish I could attend the Memorial, being unable to attend, my prayers and thoughts are with you all. I pray that the memories of your loving Spider brings you all comfort. Until we see you again, Spider.......

Leah Arcularius Navarro

March 8, 2019

I'm so sorry for your loss! My heart goes out to you, his family! I was so saddened to hear of Spider passing. He work with us years ago (approx 50 yrs ago)when he got out of the Army. He and I spend many hours together, him telling stories of the war and his injuries, doing leather work with all the family. He and my Mom made Chaps (still have), my brothers and he made belts, which when he left he gave me his and I treasure it to this day. Christmas and Thanksgivings were such fun especially when he brought Derek, who was just a baby. He was so talented, not only in his drawing characters,leather work but mainly in riding. I have never to this day seen anyone who sat a horse as he did. It was a pleasure to see him ride a horseback.
I'm so sorry I won't be able to attend his celebration of life, I know for a fact that he did alot of celebrating back in the day cause I was there for many. He was such a great guy, was very nice to me, always had time or made time. He was my first cowboy crush, since I was only 13 years old back then and I never forgot him nor never will..His name is etched in the trees on top of Table Mountain and in my heart and soul. Rest Well, Spider! Leah Arcularius Navarro

Jerry and Ruth Rubelt

March 5, 2019

We are saddened by Spider's passing and that we will not be able to attend his celebration of life,as we know there will be many wonderful shared stories. We have fond memories of our friendship with Spider and feel blessed to have known him. We wish to express our sorrow to all of his family and friends.
Jerry and Ruth Rubelt

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