Mr. William H Teel Jr. (Duck) of Coatesville. Passed away August 20, 2020, at the age of 62 at Chester County Hospital. Mr. Teel was the son of the late Lorraine (Baccino) Teel, and survived by his Father, William H Teel Sr., and step mother, Rosemary (Furia) Teel of Kennett Square.
He is also survived by the love of his life, Theresa (Clarke) Teel, of Coatesville, whom he shared 36 years of life with.
Born on August 1, 1958, Mr.Teel was a graduate of Kennett High school class of 1976. He was an executive chef, working various restaurants in Chester County.
In his free time, Bill loved planting and growing fresh vegetables in his garden with his great granddaughter Baylee Rose, as well as music festivals including being an honorary member of the “Brandywine River Rats”. He also thoroughly loved his dogs.
Surviving in addition to his wife and parents, are his children. Katie Teel and Jennifer Kowaleski of Coatesville, and Jason Fieni of Ashville. As well as his grandchildren, Devon Butler, Dylan Butler and Gavin Feather of Chester County, and great grandchildren Baylee and Sullivan.
He will also be remembered by his brother David L. Teel and wife Teresa of Kennett Square, and sister Tricia Coyle and husband Brian of West Grove.
A celebration memorial will be set up in the near future, details will be provided to friends and family at a later date.
A Note from his Daughter:
We wanted to send a thank you to all of those who have sent numerous messages and support, acknowledging my father and how much of a good man he was. Those who knew him, knew how intelligent and witty he was. He was hysterical and enjoyed the simplistic moments of life. He enjoyed times on the Brandywine River, and music festivals as stated above, with friends who have become family. Of course, no one can replace some one’s father, so this will be a process, but I truly believe he lived a life he enjoyed. I hope that everyone in this life can experience the type of unconditional love I have experienced from my father. He supported me in anything I wanted to do, made fun of me when I would be dramatic, and loved me despite any mistake I have made in life. That’s what a father should do, and while I will never be able to repay that, I have peace knowing that he never had to question that all the love he had given me, I had returned back to him tenfold.
I love you always,
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