Frederick (Ted) Gentner, 78, passed away Saturday, Nov.18th, in San Antonio, TX. Born Sept. 8, 1928 in Philadelphia, PA. to Frederick and Rose Luke Gentner, Ted worked as a security officer most of his career for the City of Philadelphia and he was a longtime member of the Overbrook Presbyterian Church . He is survived by his mother, Rose Gentner, of Williamstown, NJ; brother, Arnold Gentner and wife, Denajean, of Selinsgrove, PA; sister, Marie Kuch and husband, William, of Williamstown, NJ; five nieces and three nephews. A Memorial Service and interment will be held at a later date. To leave a note for the family, go to meadowlawn.net and select Obituaries.

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  1. We will always remember the Hawaiian Cruise with Ted and his mother, Rose. Ted was full of fun and enjoyed life. He will also be remembered by his hospitality and many Christmas trees at Mellow Manor. With Christian love and deepest sympathy, Florence and Bill Fratick

  2. My Uncle Ted has been and will be missed. My sisters and I have many fond memories of him. We were blessed to have a generous and caring uncle who cared deeply of those he loved. My grandmother’s heart is broken now that he is gone. He will remain in all of our hearts forever. Love you dearly, Uncle Ted.

  3. Although we are far away, we love you all. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Love, WV Gang

  4. I will greatly miss my very kind Uncle Ted. I remember many Christmas’s when He brought us the best gift for his 4 girls. Always welcoming anyone to his home with an open heart was his style. He taught me how to strip a wood floor and made me the best imported grilled cheese sandwich ever!It was a special day just, Uncle Ted and me. I loved you Uncle Ted. All my prayers go to him and his family he left behind. God Bless, Lisa Morrissey

  5. Dear Family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May God give each of you peace and may time help you heal your wounds. With deepest Sympathy, David and Ann Durham

  6. Dear Rose and family, I have worked for Ted for over 10yrs. at Mellow Manor and was totally shocked to hear about him passing. My prays and thoughts are with you all at this time. With Hearthfelt Sympathy. Rosemary

  7. Dear Rose and family, I have worked for Ted for over 10yrs. at Mellow Manor and was totally shocked to hear about him passing. My prays and thoughts are with you all at this time. With Hearthfelt Sympathy. Rosemary

  8. Dear Rose and family, I have worked for Ted for over 10yrs. at Mellow Manor and was totally shocked to hear about him passing. My prays and thoughts are with you all at this time. With Hearthfelt Sympathy. Rosemary

  9. I have some very fond memories of Ted growing up. I will miss him greatly. You are all in my prayers.

  10. I am sorry to hear of Ted’s passing. As partner to my brother Steve for 26 years, he was a very large part of my life. I loved him as a brother. He will be missed.

  11. Ted was a great , very kind , understanding and warm person. I stayed in his garage for a long time before he moved to TX. He hosted many students in his house for many years. He was like a father to them all. He has been loved and respected. I hope he has been welcomed to the heaven . We will never forget about him.

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