This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lois Teegardin 95 years old , born on April 21, 1916 and passed away on November 3, 2011. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Jack Teegardin on November 5, 2019
I MISS YOU MOM!!!!
Posted by Elizabeth Carman on April 21, 2019
Happy 103rd Birthday. You and Queen Elizabeth will be celebrating today. We miss you every day. We will raise a glass to you today at Easter dinner with Lisa's family. Love you. Liz
Posted by Jack Teegardin on April 20, 2019
It's your birthday tomorrow and I miss you very much! Lisa and Liz are coming to visit and I'm sure you will be a Hot topic. LOVE YOU!
Posted by Jack Teegardin on November 4, 2018
MISS YOU MOM!!!
Posted by Jack Teegardin on May 13, 2018
Happy Mother's Day Mom! I miss you !
Posted by Jack Teegardin on April 21, 2018
It's your 102nd birthday today. I miss you so very much! I miss the Saturday morning phone calls when we would solve all our problems and of course decide what to worry about. Love you Mom!
Posted by Jack Teegardin on November 3, 2017
We all miss you so much! Love you Mom!
Posted by Elizabeth Carman on November 3, 2017
Mom I can’t believe it has been 6 years since you left us. Rick and I were just talking about how he would bring you the Good Times Spoonbender when he came home. I know you have everyone organized in heaven. Miss you so much. Love Liz
Posted by Jack Teegardin on May 14, 2017
I miss you very much! Happy Mothers Day! I love you!
Posted by Jack Teegardin on April 21, 2017
Today is your 101st Birthday! I think of you everyday and miss you so much. I know you are watching over us. Love you Mom!
Posted by Jack Teegardin on April 21, 2016
Today is your Birthday! You would be 100! I miss you deeply and wish you were here. Sweet Debbie joined you recently, and I know you guys are making plans on how you both can watch over the family. Love you Mom!!!
Posted by Elizabeth Carman on April 21, 2015
Mom We miss you so much. I think of you every time I walk by your room and remember all those words of wisdom you shared with us. Love Liz
Posted by Thomas Huston Teegardin on April 22, 2014
took some time to really look at all the photos on the tribute site. What a wonderful life you lived.
Mothers' day is soon upon us and want to say that, I really miss you!
You were a rock to many but your loss left me without my anchor.

i really miss you MOM
Posted by Jack Teegardin on April 21, 2014
Well today would be your 98th birthday. We all sure miss you. I think of you every day. We share many memories and tell many Lois stories to our friends and family! You will always live in our Hearts and will never be Forgotten!
Posted by Jack Teegardin on April 21, 2013
MOM
Today is your Birthday! We miss you deeply. You are always in my thouhgts. I know you are in a better place helping others as you did here. Love You! Jack and Debbie
Posted by Robert Owens on April 21, 2013
Aunt Lois,
Our birthdays were only a week apart. You were always like a second mom to me the whole time I was growing up. Mostly when things were amiss at home. During that time Liz, Jack and Tom became more like my sister and brothers and to this day I still consider them to be my family. Love you like I always have. Bob & Earlene
Posted by Shirley Grayson on April 21, 2012
What an appropriate time to mention we (the bridge group) speak of you often and certainly miss you at our gab/wine sessions after bridge.
How we miss you dear lady/
Posted by Shirley Grayson on November 21, 2011
My dear Lois,
Enjoy your long awaited journey to the everlasting. I do hope all of your bridge hands are slams and that your wine glass remains full. We will always miss you, Great Lady. God Bless.
Posted by Peter Tannura on November 16, 2011
Warmest regards from all of us at For Pete's Sake Hair Salon. Pete,Beth,Mary,Remi,Karen,Flo,and Kitty. Lois was a Pleasure to have known. Quick,sincere,and always a friend. God Bless her and her family too.
Posted by Sue Allison on November 13, 2011
When I first moved to Florida in 2004 Lois was one of the first to welcome me to Boca Royale. We shared a glass of wine and lots of Bridge. What a beautiful lady, both inside and out!!! My husband Pat just loved to talk with Lois. We will miss her. God Bless you Lois!
Posted by Charlie Bell on November 11, 2011
Mom Teegardin will be remembered by me as a full loving and caring person. Her smile and her laugh were her trademark. When I think of her laugh, it actually makes me laugh. We ended every conversation with "Take care of my Jack", which I responded by saying "Giving me something easier". Rest in Peace, Mom Teegardin !!
Posted by David Ellsworth on November 10, 2011
When Lisa and I first met, she took me down to Lois's place in Fla. for Thanks giving. It was like the girlfriend bringing the boy friend home to the parents for the first time, but it was Lois instead, i was nervous to pass the test. My van leaked oil on her driveway. My and Lois's friendship developed over the years. I'll miss our time spent and great talks at family get togethers, Buzz
Posted by Jack Teegardin on November 9, 2011
She was a life mentor to many touching their minds and hearts.To say she was amazing is an understatement. She loved her family and worried if everyone was OK.Her biggest concern was she didn'nt want to be a burden to us. Very independent and always did it her way.She shared her life lessons with anyone that would listen and most did.I will miss her deeply and will always be in my heart.
Posted by Robert Owens on November 9, 2011
Aunt Lois was a person that laid the path for all of us to follow. She was someone that I looked up to my whole life. She knew all the right words to say when talked to her. I know that the family will miss her greatly but Earlene and I will also miss her and all that she showed us when we spent time with her. Love, Bob and Earlene  PS Keith, you did an excellent job with the site.
Posted by Thomas Huston Teegardin on November 8, 2011
Great song!
wound is a hole in my heart,ya only got one MOM, if they are around, kiss and hug them today!
let them know you love them!
none of us are eternal, but even though it hurts, the memories are still there even aftter all these years!, God I miss her! xo to all
T
Posted by Elizabeth Carman on November 6, 2011
This was fabulous. Thank you so much for putting this together. She will be so missed. Liz

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Posted by Jack Teegardin on November 5, 2019
I MISS YOU MOM!!!!
Posted by Elizabeth Carman on April 21, 2019
Happy 103rd Birthday. You and Queen Elizabeth will be celebrating today. We miss you every day. We will raise a glass to you today at Easter dinner with Lisa's family. Love you. Liz
Posted by Jack Teegardin on April 20, 2019
It's your birthday tomorrow and I miss you very much! Lisa and Liz are coming to visit and I'm sure you will be a Hot topic. LOVE YOU!
Recent stories

The Pool

Shared by Charlie Bell on November 11, 2011

During the day of Keith`s wedding, a group of us hung out at the pool. As everyone knows, Mom Teegardin lived in Florida and had an amazing tan. I, on the other hand, could not be more white and do not tan, only burn. As we hung around the pool and shared stories, we lost track of time and the location of the sun. At one point, she told me I need to move to the shadow side of the pool. Too late! Could not wear shoes to Keith`s reception but didn`t really care because I would not have traded that afternoon for anything. Just a great lady !!

My Mother"s top ten sayings

Shared by Jack Teegardin on November 9, 2011

Lois's TOP TEN:

10.  Hi Cutie !

  9.  Its in yur genes.

  8.  Life is a leaf that flutters in the wind.

  7.  That Chapter is CLOSED !

  6.  You have to be a survivor

  5. Life is  a short vacation.

  4. I DON'T GIVE A DAMN WHAT YOU DO !

  3. Keep it Simple

  2. 90% of my problems have been self induced.

  1. Hang in kid ........

We Will MISS YOU - and you will be in our hearts for as long as we live.

Jack and Debbie Teegardin

Lois Teegardin's Brother Donald H. "Red" Owens

Shared by Keith Teegardin on November 9, 2011

Donald H. "Red" Owens 90, of Shadyside, Ohio died Monday June 29, 2009 in Shadyside Care Center Shadyside, Ohio.

Don was born June 23, 1919 in Shadyside, Ohio a son of the late Rayford and Dorcas Workman Owens.

He was a retired Lineman from Ohio Power Company in Bellaire, Ohio. He was a member of the Lincoln Avenue United Methodist Church, Shadyside, the Masonic Lodge #724 F & AM, Shadyside, 32nd Degree Scottish Rite Valley of Steubenville, Order of Eastern Star Chapter #581 Shadyside, American Legion Post 52 of Bellaire, a retired member of the Shadyside Volunteer Fire Department and a World War II Army veteran serving in Italy and the South Pacific.

Preceding him in death was a daughter Saundra Owens Abanathie.

Surviving is his wife of 65 years, Dorothy "Sue" Helms Owens, two sons, Robert (Earlene) Owens of Woodsfield, Ohio and Don Kevin (Michele) Owens of Pickerington, Ohio, a sister, Lois Teegardin of Englewood, FL. five grandchildren; Erica R. Lloyd, Victoria P. Lloyd and Alexa M. Owens all of Pickerington, Ohio and Carolanne Abanathie and Sarah Abanathie both of Turlock California.

Fiends are invited to attend the memorial service beginning at 11a.m. Monday, July 6, 2009 in Powhatan Cemetery Chapel, Powhatan Point, Ohio with Mr. Robert Campbell officiating.

Inurnment will follow in Powhatan Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be made to: Shadyside Care Center Activities, The Lincoln Avenue United Methodist Church or the Shadyside Fireman's Association.
Arrangements by Bauknecht-

Altmeyer Funeral Homes and Crematory 3900 Central Avenue Shadyside, Ohio

Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.altmeyer.com