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Teddy DanielsMay 22, 1968 ~ September 19, 2017 (age 49)
Teddy Daniels 49, of Milford, Massachusetts passed away on September 19, 2017 from complications of a heart attack as a result of his long brave battle with alcoholism. Addiction hides in the faces of beautiful souls all around us, and he was one of them. He never wanted to be defined by his addiction and mistakes, he was so much more. Teddy was born on May 22, 1968 in Framingham, Massachusetts to Jack Earl Daniels and Carolyn Mary Bradshaw (later divorced). He was a member of the LDS Church.
Teddy graduated from Milford High School. He grew up and kept lifetime friends from his old neighborhood. He would keep in touch with them throughout his life. His friends meant so much to him. In his mid 20s he moved to Utah where in 1998 he married Patti (Ford) Bowen (they later divorced). He was a good step-dad to her boys. Together they had a daughter. She is his greatest accomplishment, and baby girl, Jessika Britny Daniels, whom he loved with all his heart. She will forever be his "Little Lumpy." Teddy was an excellent heavy equipment operator and worked on many great projects while working in Utah. He had a love for golf. He picked up the game while working at his Dad's golf store as a young man. He enjoyed watching the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots games. He enjoyed laughing and teasing every one he met. He often could be found in the neighborhood greeting and chatting up a storm with everyone he saw while out on his walks. Everyone knew who Teddy was. Teddy is survived by his daughter Jessika Britny Daniels (Washington Terrace, UT), Step-Son James (Sydney) Bowen (Tremonton, UT), Step-Son Brandon (Marissa) Bowen (Preston, ID), his Dad - Jack Daniels (Milford, MA), Sister - Vikki (Ralph) Graham (Uxbridge, MA), Brother-in-Law - Leroy Talbot (late sister Diane) (Layton, UT), and 4 step-grandchildren, many nieces, nephews and cousins. He is preceded in death by his sister - Diane, Mom - Carolyn Mary Bradshaw, and Nana - Charlotte A. Jezerski, and his beloved great dane, Zues. Teddy you will forever be a wicked funny bastad!