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Myrtle E. Teffeau

Died: Mon., Jan. 7, 2019


Visitation

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Mon., Jan. 14, 2019
Location: Bridgewater Funeral Home


Memorial Service

3:30 PM Mon., Jan. 14, 2019
Location: Bridgewater Funeral Home


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Myrtle E. Teffeau

Bridgewater- Myrtle E. Teffeau, 76, passed away on January 7, 2019 at her home. She was born and raised in Haddonfield, to the late Clarence and Edith Teffeau, and is formerly from Morristown, NJ before residing in Bridgewater over 30 years ago. Myrtle graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University receiving an M.B.A. She was an editorial developer of educational and curriculum materials for many years with various companies including, Silver Burdett Ginn Division in Parsippany, NJ, Pearson Education in Parsippany, NJ and Macmillan/McGraw-Hill education in New York, NY. Myrtle’s passion for learning even extended into her down time, and she was enrolled in several courses at Drew University. When she was not in her studies, she enjoyed theater, music, traveling, yoga, and Tai chi. She will be sadly missed by family and friends.

She is predeceased by her brother, Arthur R. Teffeau. Myrtle leaves behind to cherish her memory her loving nieces, Lauren Teffeau and husband, Eric Cyr, and Jaclyn Williams and husband, Jason; great-nieces, Liana Williams, Brynn Teffeau-Cyr, and Adelyn Williams and many dear friends.

Visiting hours will be held from 2-4pm Monday, January 14, 2019 at the Bridgewater Funeral Home, 707 East Main Street, Bridgewater, NJ 08807 with a memorial service at 3:30pm. 

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Barbara Liggett
   Posted Wed January 09, 2019
My sincerest sympathy to Myrtle's dear family. She spoke so lovingly of her visits to her family. I know Myrtle from our exercise classes. I especially enjoyed yoga where we had many wonderful conversations. She was such a kind and intelligent person and a joy to know. We will all miss her. Godspeed and Peace to a very special friend.

Jane Long
   Posted Thu January 10, 2019
To all of Myrtle's loved ones, my deepest condolences. I knew Myrtle from our work days at Silver Burdett and in more recent years as a warm, knowledgeable, optimistic friend. I was fortunate to be part of a SB "alumni" lunch group with Myrtle. Not as formal as it sounds, as Myrtle never stood on ceremony and was always kind, funny, and curious about everyone's life and adventures. I will miss her as we continue our journey without her. Jane Long

Carla Huelsenbeck
   Posted Sat January 12, 2019
My sincere condolences to Myrtle's family and friends. She spoke often, and lovingly, about her nieces and great-nieces. . . . I feel so lucky that, long after our days of working together at SBG in Morristown, I got to know Myrtle as a friend, as one of the "ladies who lunch" (and laugh). I don't think I will ever eat a crabcake again without thinking of her! . . . In addition to possessing intelligence and a curiosity about the world, Myrtle was unfailingly kind and caring; when someone needed help, she was there, no questions asked. . . . I will miss her, but I know she will be with us in spirit.

Pat Classick
   Posted Sun January 13, 2019
Myrtle and I had been friends for more than 30years. We shared each others good times and hard times. Myrtle was one of the kindest, unselfish people I've known.She was so proud of her nieces and loved being together with them and their families. Myrtle, you will be missed but I will remember the good times we had together.I will celebrate your life. Rest in peace.

Marjorie Coar
   Posted Mon January 14, 2019

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Tyson Harper
   Posted Wed January 16, 2019
To Myrtle's family and friends,

Those of us who had the honor of knowing and working with Myrtle are truly saddened by her passing, After Myrtle's many years of service to social studies publishing, she followed up with helping to manage large projects in religious education and in music. Those of us in the music department found that her skills and experience in publishing other disciplines had great value for music programs, too. Myrtle always brought clear and logical thinking to our project and to our staff, even when those qualities were in short supply among the rest of us. Her quiet style, intelligence, and understanding helped us all. I am grateful for the opportunity to know and work with her.

Myrtle often spoke of her family, especially of her brother and nieces. You all were so important to her, and we enjoyed hearing about you, too. I know you will miss her dearly, I'm glad she was a part of my life, too.

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