Theda (Teddy) Antolini (Cassel)

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  1. Jack and Norma Steinhour

    Teddy will be in my memories forever. She was one of the bravest people I have ever known. She will be greatly missed by me, the Cassel clan, and her many friends.

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Theda (Teddy) Antolini (Cassel)

In Loving Memory

Born:
January 3, 1951 :: Little Rock, Arkansas

Passed Away:
April 23, 2017 :: Englewood, Colorado

Celebration of Life
All who knew and loved her are invited to join in the celebration of Teddy’s life at her dear friends’ house at
4549 S. Washington Street, Englewood, CO on May 13th at 2:00 PM.
In lieu of flowers, the family would prefer for your loving memorial contributions to be made to Porter Hospice Foundation, whose staff and volunteers graciously and compassionately cared for Teddy and guided the family throughout the final months of her life.
 
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Surrounded by the love of her family and dear friends, Theda (Teddy) Antolini (Cassel) peacefully departed from this world, ending a brave battle with Pancreatic Cancer on April 23, 2017.

Born in Little Rock Arkansas on January 3, 1951 to Gorden R. Cassel and Pattie J. Cassel, Teddy spent her life in Englewood, Colorado, truly living and loving.

Valuing the people and love in her life above all else, she was well known for entertaining & welcoming all walks of life into her heart & home. Laughter and humor sustained her (along with iced tea), and she will be warmly remembered with the same humor and love that she emanated in her time on Earth.

Teddy was looking forward to reuniting with those who have preceded her in death including her beloved husband, Charles Antolini; parents, Gorden and Pattie and many relatives and friends. Those who remain to honor and cherish her memory include daughter and son in law, Eva Cassel & Joe Berlin, siblings, Karan & Don Wilkinson, William & Susan Cassel, Patricia Cassel & Amy Hill, Linda Finch and Gary Cassel; along with many nieces, nephews, cousins, innumerable friends, and two beloved kitties.

One Comment

  1. Jack and Norma Steinhour

    Teddy will be in my memories forever. She was one of the bravest people I have ever known. She will be greatly missed by me, the Cassel clan, and her many friends.

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