Theodore "Ted" Brewer
December 13, 1924 – April 12, 2018
Theodore "Ted" Brewer CMSgt, USAF (ret) December 13, 1924 - April 12, 2018 Ted passed away April 12th at the age of 93 years 3 months and 29 days. He was a retired Air Force Charter Chief Master Sergeant who served 26 years in the US Army/US Air Force. He was a veteran of WWII, Korea, Vietnam and the Cold War. After retirement from the service he was Maintenance Supervisor for the Nashua Corporation for 21 years and was the Bowling Lanes Certification Inspection Coordinator for the Greater Omaha Area Bowling Association for over 20 years. He was a long time member of both the Greater Omaha and Nebraska State Bowling Hall of Fame. He attended Aldersgate United Methodist Church and was active in the United Methodist Men’s group. Ted was preceded in death by his father and mother Dee and Maude Brewer, his wife of 59 years, Mary Helen Brewer and one brother: Thomas Joseph Brewer in infancy. He leaves to mourn his passing one brother Thomas Dee (Joann) Brewer, Two Sons: David Aaron (Kim) Brewer, Robert Anthony Brewer and two Daughters: Brenda Jean (Dennis) Woods of Nixa, MO and Rebecca Lynn Sanvictores, Santa Barbara, CA along with 9 Grandchildren and 13 Great Grandchildren other relatives and friends. Visitation will be from 5 - 8 pm on Wednesday April 18th at Kahler-Dolce Mortuary. Memorial Services will take place Thursday April 19th at 2:00 pm at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, Bellevue, NE. Interment will take place at the Omaha National Cemetery. Memorials can be directed to Nebraska Special Olympics Bowling Program
- Visitation Wednesday, April 18, 2018
- Memorial Service Thursday, April 19, 2018
Theodore "Ted" Brewer
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June 20, 2018
Father's Day was just last Sunday and not just that day but many days I reflect on how much I miss him and mom. Dad was a simple, brilliant, witty and amazing man.
He encouraged me through my life as I watched his example of love and caring for others more than himself. We shared a wonderful adult, father-daughter closeness anyone would envy. He was my mentor and personal adviser.
He was happy knowing that I became strong in my life pursuits, was happy and married a wonderful man so he wouldn't have to worry about me. He taught me courage in the face of difficulty. I will be grateful to him forever.
April 26, 2018
Visiting with Ted during his final months, even though we both knew what was ahead, was very special for me. We shared a lot of memories of our times together here in Bellevue but also about our Air Force days and the 2 years we served in the same aircraft maintenance squadron at Earnest Harmon Air Base in Newfoundland, Canada. Boy, those were the days. Working on aircraft during the winters when we averaged 20 feet of snow a year! We were constantly turning the KC-97s into the wind before Mother Nature would do it for us. And that was in addition to the other maintenance we had to do. Ted already had a lot of experience as a Chief Master Sergeant and I was a new First Lieutenant but he always treated me with respect as I did for him. Will I miss him? Only like someone who is half way around the world because I will always remember him and respect him. Jim Bell
April 16, 2018
Ted was not only my best friend's father, but a great guy. I loved him like a father figure. Thank all of you for sharing him with my family and I.
Love Tammi (Andrews) Wilkins