Theodore Mastos

Obituary of Theodore Mastos

Theodore Luke Mastos November 8, 1952 – November 2, 2023

 Ted passed unexpectedly following surgery.

 For the past 9 years Ted made his home in Oro Valley Arizona with the love of his life, Anne-Marie Moore. He was born in Racine, Wisconsin to parents Mano and Virl (Luccason) Mastos.

His parents and younger brother, Jeffery (Jef) Luke Mastos preceded him in death as well as Anne-Marie’s sister, Antoinette Swidzinski.

He is survived by the love of his life Anne-Marie Moore, sister, Riene Engel Wells (husband Dean Herriges), brother, David Mastos (Susi Piaza). Nephews & nieces, Michael (Lisa) Engel, Mark (Jackie) Engel, Dimitri Mastos (mother, Kim Neterval), Joe (Michelle) Herriges, Julie Herriges Kubash (James), Lisa Herriges Ard (Eric Zedrow). Great-Nieces & nephews, Tyler (Taylor) Engel, Jenni Guarascio, Jeremiah Knudsen Engel, Nolan Ard, Isabel Herriges, Andrew Kubash, Matthew Herriges, Kasey Kubash & Will Herriges. Cousins, Scott Mastos, Joan (Chris) Haines & Gregory (Tammy) Mastos.

 Further survived by Anne-Marie’s family of Montreal, Canada including her parents John and Mary Argentino, siblings, John (Vicky) Argentino, Marco (Line) Argentino, Claudia (Curtis) Remy and Cynthia (David) Lanthier. Nieces & Nephews, Joshua Swidzinski, Marc Andre Argentino, Alexandra Argentino, Justin Argentino, Ashley Argentino, Manuelita Remy, Denzel Remy and Daniel Lanthier.

 Ted was a presence in a room. A passionate guy with emphatic views. A graduate of University of WI, Parkside, he worked for J.I. Case, Racine and held membership in the UAW Local 180 serving as Trustee and Sargent of Arms. Ted, a dedicated Trade Unionist worked on the Union’s Professional Staff of Local 150 Service Employees and the Teamsters Local 43 serving with distinction and integrity. Ted also served his community as a County Board Supervisor. After moving from Wisconsin he continued working in Human Resources.

 His many interests included politics and the Southern Arizona Golden Retriever Rescue (SAGRR) where he volunteered his time and truck. But most of all he loved and was committed when fostering dogs. He also loved his bikes and riding his Harley Davidson Motorcycles. It was always about the ride, not the destination.

 Ted will be greatly missed by those that loved him including his dog, Murphy and cat, Patch. In lieu of flowers donations to the Southern Arizona Golden Retriever Rescue is suggested.

A Celebration of Life will be held for Ted at 12:00PM on Thursday, November 30, 2023 at Adair Funeral Homes-Avalon Chapel, 8090 N Northern Avenue, Oro Valley AZ 85704

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