Ted P. Bill

Born: Tue., Nov. 13, 1962
Died: Sat., Sep. 5, 2020


Burial


Dressing Ceremony

8:00 AM Wed., Sep. 09, 2020
Location: Burns Mortuary


Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 AM Wed., Sep. 09, 2020
Location: St. Andrew's Church


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Theodore “Ted” P. Bill November 13, 1962 – September 5, 2020 Theodore “Ted” Bill 57, of Pendleton died Saturday, September 5, 2020 at his home. He was born November 13, 1962 in Pendleton, Oregon to Kenneth and Augustine (Thompson) Bill. Ted grew up in Pendleton attending John Murray and the Pendleton High school. He enjoyed watching wrestling, basketball and football. Also enjoyed gambling, fishing, throwing knives and hunting and skateboarding. Ted worked for Wildhorse Resort as a poker dealer. He is survived by his brothers Gary Sampson, James and Alan Bill and sister Angene Bill. He is preceded in death by his parents Kenneth and Augustine Bill, Brothers Leo Sampson, Mike and Christopher Bill and his sister Karen Jim. Dressing will be held Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at 8:00 am at Burns Mortuary of Pendleton, followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 10:00 am at St. Andrew’s Mission with Burial to follow at Agency Cemetery.

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Harold Halfmoon
   Posted Tue September 08, 2020
I didn't know Ted Bill. I knew his parents KB and Augustine Bill. I was a neighbor to their family when I lived @ north Mission. My folks had a two story home, (burned down in the early 60's) about a mile west of the Bill's residence. My condolences to this family May Ted P. Bill rest in peace.

Gretchen Halfmoon
   Posted Fri September 18, 2020
For Gary, Jim, Alan & Angene, and your families--I would like to express my deep sadness at the passing of Ted. Although two years behind me at St. Andrew's Ted and I became friends, in addition to the fact my folks were good friends with K.B. & Augie, and we spent time visiting. Although I got to know Ted better after I moved back home in the 1990s, he was still friendly, valued his family and community, he had a heart of gold, and was willing to listen if you needed someone to talk to. Ted was a great guy, a beautiful smile & youthful vitality. To the extended Bill families, I am saddened by your loss.

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