Teodoro “Bear” Jeantete

Teodoro “Bear” Jeantete

Age 78, of Taos, left this world to go home to his eternal resting place on June 6, 2021, surrounded by love. He entered this world on January 25, 1943, to Jose and Teresina Jeantette. Ted is survived by; his four daughters and their spouses Cindy Jeantete and Rick Duque, Sandy Jeantete and John Trujillo, Micayla and Eric Rivera and Catrina Corral-Jeantete, four grandchildren Tristan Duque, RJ Duque, Taylor Burkhead, and Joaquin Rivera, siblings Rose Jeantette, Peter Jeantette, and Leo Jeantette. He is preceded in death by his parents and siblings Joseph Jeantette and Bernadette Vojtech, and many beloved people. Ted served in the Army from 1961-1964. He owned Bear Construction and impacted the lives of many. Ted also sat on the board of EnSueños. He loved his family and was a best friend to all. In Lieu of flowers, we ask donations be made in his name to Veterans, Special Olympics, or Dementia Society. Services include Rosary at 9:00 am, and Mass at 10:00 am at Our Lady of Guadalupe Taos on July 17, 2021. Capacity may be limited to 100 people due to COVID-19 restrictions.

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