The death occurred at Huntsville District Memorial Hospital on Sunday, December 18, 2016 of Mr. Ted Skerritt.
Loving husband of Jane Skerritt.Pre-deceased by his wife June Skerritt and daughter Chris Skerritt. Loving father to Steve (Cathy) and Mike (Jane) Skerritt. Grandfather of Josh, Sydney, Noah, Nathan and Brooke. Brother to Georgina Hayward.
Following Ted’s wishes, there will be no service. Donations can be made to the Huntsville Hospital Foundation or Algonquin Grace Hospice Huntsville.
So very sorry to hear of Teds passing . I worked with Ted at Huntsville Auto Electric when I was a young fellow attending Huntsville High School. That was a long time ago …. I’m 60 yrs old so that gives you a time line . My shop teacher hooked me up with a part time job after school and weekends there as I had shown interest in small engine repair. Ted made sure I worked safely and taught me how to work on gasoline engines in a manner that kept me out of harms way …..lessons that have been valued by me and still used today when I tinker with things. Ted was a kind and knowledgeable man that was always quick to share his knowledge with those that showed sincerity in the need to know. As life evolves and happens to most of us I had lost touch with Ted and many of the others I worked with at the business but although It’s been years since I enjoyed speaking with Ted I sincerely miss him . May the family and friends find peace in the knowledge that he has gone on to a better place.Garry Sparling , Huntsville
Dear Jane and family, sorry to hear of Ted’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.
Deepest condolences to Steve and family on the loss of your dad. May he rest in peace.
Sincere sympathy Jane and family,Sorry to hear of the loss of Ted. I always enjoyed our chats and time at 55 Club. Ted always knew how to count the hard crib hands if someone needed help! He was a great guy at fixing motors, power tools or anything.
Nancy (my daughter) sends her sympathies also.
Tom and Darline Brott
Our condolences to Jane and all the family. We enjoyed his company at the 55 Club. He will be missed . Tom and Darline
Very Sorry to hear of the loss of Ted. We enjoyed so many card games and shuffleboard. He will greatly missed.
John, Leah & Amelia
Steve, Cathy and kids: You are in our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time on the loss of you father, grandfather. Love John, Leah and Amelia
I was very saddened to learn of the passing of myold friend, Ted! Rest in peace my friend.
I was very saddened to hear of the passing of my long time friend, Ted! May he rest in peace.