Ted Jacobs

Ted Joseph Jacobs, 49, of Columbia passed away March 24, 2007 at University Hospital and Clinics. Ted was born March 11, 1958 in Redwood City, CA to Joseph and Alice (Dill) Jacobs. Ted was employed by MidwayUSA in Columbia. Survivors include two brothers, Stan Jacobs and Greg Jacobs, one sister, Linda Dreiling and one niece, Kelly Foster; all of California.


  1. John Ioimo on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    Greg,Stan,& Linda,

    I was so sorry to hear about teddy passing away when greg called me and told me what had happened, I lost my best childhood friend and I cant believe it still today, even though we had not been in touch for awhile, i always thought about him. My prayers go out to all of you, you were all family to me, he will be in my prayers always, I will miss him so much, Greg knows that I and my family are here for him.
    Love to all of you

    Ted you are in good hands now my friend I will never forget you and all the great times growing up in redwood city

  2. Chris Palmer on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    I just learned of Ted’s passing. I haven’t been in touch with Ted for the last few years but My ex-wife and I were close to Ted and Lizzi and I knew him all through his college years,( I was his Resident Assistant in the dorm his first year at Gordon, in Essex and in L.A. We used to argue all the time about politics, religion and the such..He always was passionate over so many subjects and we could laugh over our differences. I just wanted you to know that he will be fondly remembered and that he impacted many of us over the years.
    May God comfort you and your family at this time.
    With my sincerest sympathy,
    Chris Palmer

  3. Jon Schilling on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    To the family of Ted.

    I’m very sorry for your loss.

    Although I did not know Ted well, (he was a business associate) I had the pleasure to talk with on the phone a couple times and he seemed like a very nice man, educated, honest & polite. I am sorry that I won’t have the pleasure of having met him. Please accept my sincerest apologies for your loss.

  4. Sylvia Bradfield on January 1, 1900 at 12:00 am

    Linda –
    I’m sorry I didn’t get your name when I met you at the hospital and even offer to help you. I hope all is going okay for you in this sad time. I know you have a lot on your plate now but know that I have thought of you many times! My condolences on your loss.
    My son did get out of the hospital last Thursday and is doing okay but has a long road to go yet.
    Do call if you need anything or help getting around town – I’m in the phone book under Roy Bradfield.

    Your Columbia Friend
    Sylvia Bradfield

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