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Allnutt Funeral Service - Macy Chapel

6521 W. 20Th Street, Greeley, CO

OBITUARY

Theodore Lee Bernhardt

December 10, 1944August 28, 2019

Theodore “Ted” Bernhardt, 74 of Greeley, passed away August 28, 2019 at McKee Medical Center in Loveland, CO. Ted was born December 10, 1944 in Greeley, CO to Leo Theodore and Edith Louise (Mashburn) Bernhardt. He married Loretta Munoz Quintana on August 12, 1964. Loretta passed away on September 15, 2004.

Ted graduated from Greeley Central High School in 1962. He worked in construction for Central Home Industry and later as a caretaker at CDSI. He loved helping and taking care of disabled people, and especially teaching them to plant gardens.

He enjoyed spending time in his greenhouse – tending to green chilies and tomatoes. He had lots of animals, loved watching “The Golden Girls” and “Two and a Half Men” but most important to Ted was his time spent with family.

Ted is survived by his daughters, Deneen Martinez; Jeri Lopez, Toni (Alfredo Lopez) Bernhardt and Teri (Marcario) Aguilar; brother Dale Hinkle; and many beloved grandchildren and great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Loretta; son, Dominic Bernhardt; his parents; his sister, Jan Hinkle and his aunt, Jane Davis.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at the Allnutt Macy Chapel, 6521 W. 20th Street, Greeley, CO 80634.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, September 5, 2019

Memories

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Dan Esquivel

September 5, 2019

Ted was a great guy. Loyal friend and always full of fun and laughter. Be with God my friend!

Albert and Barbara Moate

September 5, 2019

We are sorry to hear of Ted's passing. He was a joy to work with at CDSI, and we loved the little restaurant he ran later! He looks great in the picture posted and we are glad he had a long and fulfilling life. Best Wishes to the family.

Jim Graham

August 31, 2019

I remember Ted when I was a young man and worked out at Centennial Nautilus- I would stop to talk with him and next thing you know- it's 2 hours later and I had to leave--LOL. I also would stop out west of town when he was selling produce- and again would get to talking and kill a couple hours. He was easy to visit with. I worked with Dominic as well and know he held the gate open to let his father enter the Kingdom. RIP Ted !

Diana Cassons

August 30, 2019

One of the greatest men that I have known, you were so loved by all of us and will miss you <3