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Theodore Thirl 'Ted' Comer

Theodore Thirl 'Ted' Comer, 59, of Lewisburg, died Aug. 2, 2004 at Logan Memorial Hospital.

He was born in Detroit, Mich. on March 15, 1945, a son of the late William Comer and Victoria Perkins.

Mr. Comer was employed as a staff process engineer by Logan Aluminum and was a member of the Assembly of God in Greenville.

Funeral services were held Aug. 5 at Tucker Funeral Home in Central City. Burial followed in Vinton Memorial Park in Vinton, Ohio.

Mr. Comer is survived by his wife, Renae 'Rece' Comer; his son, Todd Comer of Lexington, S.C.; his daughters, Kelli Aluise of Huntington, W.Va. and Tammi Sommer of Gallipolis, Ohio; his step-son, Craig Bickers of Scottsboro, Ala.; his sisters, Connie Sayers of Glouster, Ohio and Rita Cardwell of Vinton, Ohio; his brother, Mike Comer of Mt. Holm, Tenn.; and nine grandchildren.

(From the Russellville News-Democrat & Leader, August 6, 2004)

We plan to have a testimonial to Ted in this space... he meant so much to us all. In the meantime, please just enjoy these photos of Ted sharing good times with us, and know that we loved him.

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Pitching in as always to help the Museum keep its exhibits fresh, placing a car on the Race Track before the 2002 Birthday Bash..

Working with the Club at the 2003 NHRA event, enjoying a well-deserved rest and sandwich during a break in the action.

Traveling with us to the car show at the Paducah BBQ Festival, having a great time outside the hotel waiting for the results.

Here with the team after all the heavy metal has been collected at Paducah.

Ted with Gary Cockriel, presenting the Roger Brooks award to Thomas McFall at the 2002 Christmas Party.

Ted brought his Big Block El Camino to our 2004 Day In The Park. It did a great burnout before it broke!

Taking in the sights when we visited Mammoth Cave together.

Preparing the 1997 Corvette for the "Offical" unveiling at the NCM, Ted helps place the car with the club, then somehow the car gets a "Corvettes Limited" plate.
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