of Mabelvale, AR
March 14, 1932 - September 14, 2023
Ted A. Meyer, Sr., 91, of Mabelvale, Arkansas died Thursday, September 14, 2023 in Little Rock. He was born March 14, 1932 in Mabelvale, a son of the late Lena (Huff) and George Burnett Meyer. Ted was also preceded in death by siblings, Gretchen Knapp, George Meyer, Dove Beitz, Connie Meyer and a grandson, Zac Meyer.Ted was a graduate of Mabelvale High School. He attended Little Rock Junior College (now UALR) and then received his Bachelors and Masters from Arkansas State Teachers College (now UCA). His career with Pulaski County Special School District began as a football coach and at retirement in 1985, having worked over 30 years there, he was in Administration.Mr. Meyer also served in the United States Army from 1952-1954. His family remembers him as enjoying fishing, hunting, camping and owning and operating Mabelvale Christmas Tree Farm.Those left to cherish his memory are his wife of 72 years, Mary Sue Meyer; sons, Ted Meyer Junior (Janis) of Mabelvale; Jerry Meyer (Melanie) of Little Rock; his daughter, Marcia Siebenaler (Steve) of Ft. Collins, Colorado; grandchildren, Justin Meyer (Terra); Catherine Halac (Andy); Whit Meyer; Jack Meyer; 7 great-grandchildren and many cousins, nieces and nephews.The family will host a memorial service at 11:00am, Monday, September 18, 2023 at First Methodist Church of Mabelvale, with the Reverend Bob Marble officiating. Visitation will begin at 10:00am.In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made in Ted's honor to either the Mabelvale Methodist Church, 10500 Woodman Street, Mabelvale, AR 72103, or Lion's World Services for the Blind, 2811 Fair Park Blvd., Little Rock, AR 72204.
We are so sorry for your loss.Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.The staff of Richards Honda Yamaha
Mr. Ted will always be remembered by the Staff at PCSSD Maintenance Department. Thank you to Meyerâ€™s Family for allowing us to share your beloved Mr. Ted. Jack Lemmer
I am so very sorry for the loss of Ted. My condolences to Marty Sue, Ted and Jerry and the rest of the family.
Coach was one of my favorite teachers at Fuller. Iâ€™m so sorry for your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Jerry, we are sorry for the loss of your sweet Dad. You and your family are in our thought and prayer.
So sorry to hear of Mr. Meyer's death. Prayers for the family. Mr. Meyer hired me into the maintenance department in 1985 as the electrical foreman. He was a good boss. I know he will be missed.
Ted and Janis: While I was sorry to see that Mr. Meyer had passed, I rejoice in his long and productive life. I will not be able to attend his service but know that the two of you along with the rest of the family are in my thoughts.
So very sorry to hear this. Spent many a day fishing in his pond. Great Man that will surely be missed. Prayers for the family. Thanks for the memories Ted !!
Meyer Family:Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.Fond memories of Coach Meyer throughout my years at Fuller School, Class of â€˜64.Coach Ken Parks had the honor & privilege of coaching Teddy Jr at McClelland High School in 1971. He got to know Ted senior very well and continued to work with him when Ted worked for PCSD Maintenence Supervisor.Ted continued to help Coach Parks when he needed assistance with Mills High School Stadium maintenance projects during his 17 years there. Ken could always count on Ted Meyer Senior to be there for him! Ted Meyer Sr, always a great and honorable man who will be remembered by many!Coach Ken and Glynda Mathis Parks