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Theodore "Teddy" P. Mottaz

There will be no visitation.

Private family services will be held at a later date.
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Interment of his cremains will be near his maternal grandparents.

Theodore "Teddy" Paul Mottaz passed away unexpectedly at 5:17 p.m. on Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at the Physicians Regional Medical Center in Naples, Florida. Teddy was a 1982 graduate of Van-Far High School and also graduated from Bailey Technical College in St. Louis in 1983. He started working as a mechanic with Jennings Chevrolet near Curryville and then went to work at Carroll Motors in Mexico, Missouri for several years. In 1990, Teddy moved to Florida and worked as a mechanic at DeVoe and Classic Auto dealerships. He enjoyed snorkeling, scuba diving, helping a friend on a crab boat, boating and fishing.

Born: October 19, 1963 in Mexico, Missouri the son of Theodore Eugene and Dolores Jeanne (Stites) Mottaz.


Survivors include: mother, Dolores "Dodee" Mottaz of Vandalia, Missouri; father, Theodore "Ted" and wife, Marilyn Mottaz of Columbia, Missouri; one sister, Paige L. Robinson of Vandalia, Missouri; one son, Stephen Mottaz of New London, Missouri; also survived by a special friend, Sandy Saddleson of Ft. Myers, Florida; survived by two aunts, Ann and Fred Kohl; Rose Heim; uncle, Ralph Mottaz; cousins, Greg Mottaz; Lisa and Rich Lovell; Kathy and Bryan Drew; Mary Margaret and Paul Durrant; Laura and Jim Reis; and nephews, Andrew Robinson and Jordan Robinson.

Preceded in death by: grandparents: Ted R. and Inez Mottaz and Paul and Lorraine Stites.

In lieu of flowers, memorials are encouraged to the Van-Far Ambulance District or Vandalia Masonic Lodge #491 in honor of Teddy's grandfather, Paul Stites, in care of Waters Funeral Home, P O Box 84, Vandalia, Missouri 63382-0084.

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