Ted DeWitt

DeWitt, Ted

Ted will be greatly missed. I have lots of fond memories.
He was a great asset to Fremont County, and a good friend to many.
Ted was a good friend, I got to work with him at the county coroners office on several different cases, I also have known him for a very long time, he was probably the best emt I knew, I used to see him at my uncle Brian Winfields pawn shop all the time and he always made you laugh, were gonna miss him alot. I send my prayers and thought s to the family, If you need anything please let me know.
I was so sorry to hear of Ted's death. I prayed for you all this weekend as you must be reeling from his passing. Ted was a neat individual. I will miss his great personality and beautiful smiling blue eyes.

I have known Ted for many years and consider him a good friend. We worked in EMS for several years and he was a Deputy Fremont County Coroner for me for ten years. Ted was a valued employee who was trustworthy and reliable. I knew I could always count on him, no matter what I needed. He was not only a good employee, but vauled friend. I had the opportunity to visit with him, unknown to me, for the last time during the Memorial Weekend Gun Show. We had a good visit and I will always remember that he would ask how I was doing and as was his nature. Ted was always concerned about his friends and asked "how are you doing". I will miss Ted as an EMT, Deputy Coroner, but most of all a dear and valued friend. I will miss his smile, good nature, and ability to make you feel good. That was Ted. Good Bye old friend!
So sorry to hear of your loss. Ted worked for my father and brother in North Portal for several years and was instrumental in helping my bother Jim Rumery with the North Portal fire hall. His devotion to being a volunteer will be greatly missed by friends and community. May the family find comfort during this time of great sorrow knowing that friends are offering prayers of comfort. And may memories bring you comfort in days to come.
Pat & Patti Rumery Hickerson
So sorry to hear of your loss. Ted worked for my father and brother in North Portal for several years and was instrumental in helping my bother Jim Rumery with the North Portal fire hall. His devotion to being a volunteer will be greatly missed by friends and community. May the family find comfort during this time of great sorrow knowing that friends are offering prayers of comfort. And may memories bring you comfort in days to come.
Pat & Patti Rumery Hickerson
We so enjoyed the short time we knew you Ted James. After Vic called we were talking about the time you came over for dinner after your Dad's death and the wonderful visit we had about everything from hunting to your EMT work. May God Bless you and your family........we will miss you and also your email forwards.

John and Pam Patterson
Columbus, MT
We miss you Ted James very, very much. You were tenderhearted and had a great smile and sense of humor. We appreciate your perseverance and devotion, ability to be quietly introspective, and willingness to express your point of view. You were jolly and resigned to life’s mixed cup. We love you.

Our prayers and love and support are with your precious family and friends.

In deepest sympathy,
Thelma and Stan Yung and Family
I’m so sorry; please know you are in my thoughts. The news about Ted came as a shock to me and with great sadness. I last seen Ted about three years ago, and was looking forward to seeing him again. Ted made me feel at home there when I first moved to Fremont County, in 1990 to work with the ambulance service. I had gotten to know Ted and much of his family through our EMT work and the fire department. Even though I had moved on only after 8 years there, it is impossible to forget the many experiences, ordeals, and achievements we had together. Ted was a strong man with unwavering dedication. Ted had a unique way about him in that he could lighten the moment in the most serious of circumstances that surrounded our work. As a person, his contagious sense of humor, a generous nature, and a love of helping people in their most dire time of need defined a man whom I had the privilege and honor to know. Ted you will be greatly missed.
I worked with Ted not only as a Deputy Coroner, but also as an EMT.He was a good man and had a big heart.We share a joke between us that at the coroners basic they put us in the same room. Even though we did not share the room,it turned into our laugh. at the acadamy i will always remember swimming and how he rolled out of the pool and started barking like a seal and said i'm a walres.When i remeber my friend Ted ,i will always smile at his great since of humor,and to know he is on my side in heaven watching out for those who knew he held next to his big teddy bear heart.
John,Charlie,Georgina and Jessie I am so sorry that I missed the services for your Dad. Your dad was a very awesome person, I learned so much from him over the last eighteen years and we had a lot of fun also. Your Dad used to leave his clothes at the ambulance station and they seemed to be in the way, so one night I took needle and tread to town and I sowed shut button holes, pants pockets, legs, shirt pockets and sleeves. It was alot of fun but I never got to hear any of the results myself, every one else did, and his clothes didn't get left laying around any more. He was so easy to scare, all you had to do was stand by a door way and step out in front of him, you didn't have to say anything. Your Dad had many layer to him, I got to know a few and the grump was just a shield to protect himself because he was very tender heart. I miss him as I'm sure you do.
You are in my prayers

Faye