Love and memories last forever...
  • 87 years old
  • Born on July 31, 1927 .
  • Passed away on March 14, 2015 .

Theodore Fodor of Ewing, New Jersey, passed away peacefully at home on March 14, 2015, after a long-term battle with Dementia.  Born in Dombiratos, Hungary in 1927, Theodore was the son of Paul and Maria Fodor, and spent his childhood years on a farm, which his father maintained for the Duke of Hungary prior to the communist era.  Theodore served as an alter boy at St. Stephen's Catholic Church in Hungary, studied engineering and science at a Hungarian bordering school, and worked for the Hungarian Government prior to coming to the United States in 1956.  Theodore met Margaret Stevenson in Trenton, New Jersey, and they married in 1965.  Theodore was employed as an engineer by Ingersoil Rand, Western Electric, AT&T, and Lucent Technologies in Princeton, New Jersey, where he retired.

Theodore is survived by his daughter Barbara Fodor, of Ocean Ridge, Florida and her fiancé Donald Nicolini.

Services for Theodore will be private.  Barbara Fodor gives special thanks for Theodore's care to Margaret Fodor, Dr. Ron Suzuki, Samaritan Hospice, and Mercer County, and is fortunate to have spent the past 3 months with Theodore until his death.

Posted by Barb Fodor on 31st July 2015
Happy Birthday Dad! I'm sorry you are not here physically to share it with me, but am glad to have you around in spirit. I am taking a day off from some activities to focus on you and your birthday. Love you and miss you always, Barbara
Posted by Jean Drelich on 25th March 2015
Barbara, reading this i can see your father was such a great person, may he live on in your memories forever. My heart felt condolences to you for the loss of both your parents in such a short time. My thoughts and prayers re with you during this difficult time.
Posted by Pam Galison on 25th March 2015
Dearest Barbara, We are so happy that we had the opportunity to meet and spend time with both of your parents. They were both lovely people and they loved you very much and they truly knew how much love you returned to them. It was life's gift that you were able to be with both of them in their last days; A gift that so few of us are able to receive. Please know that Barry and I are here to help support you in any way we can. With lots of love, Pamela & Barry Galison
Posted by Barry Galison on 25th March 2015
Sorry for your loss, Your father was a really wonderful man who I had the pleasure of spending time with. He was a very interesting person and I know he was very proud of you. If there is anything we can do for you let us know Barry and Pamela
Posted by Wanda Bee on 25th March 2015
My dear sweet friend Barbara... I am so proud of you for being a wonderful daughter... as an only child many responsibilities were upon you and you rose to the occasion with grace & style... I enjoyed meeting your dad and I know how happy he was with you .. he helped you fix up your Delray townhouse and admired your enthusiasm for life and how you make things happen.. I love you as a sister and value our friendship... I think Don is a great guy & I am happy for you both... love Wanda Bee
Posted by Lois Stoll on 25th March 2015
No words can express the sadness brought by lossing a parent. You have suffered too much hurt over these months. Mom and Dad are now at peace together. Memories and knowing you have folks that care may help! My thoughts and prayer to you and your family!
Posted by Mary Nicolini on 24th March 2015
I am so sorry for your loss of your father and mother, in such a short time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Mary & Kathy Nicolini
Posted by Dee Buys on 24th March 2015
My heart and Prayers are with you at this time. Find comfort in knowing your Mom and Dad's spirit will live on through you, Barb. The pain might seem unbearable, but in time their beautiful memory will bring you comfort. May they be at Peace together forever. Peace and love to you, Don and your family.

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