Thanks from Ted's family

Tes Editorial

We are writing to thank everyone who has sent condolences and messages of support following Ted's death two weeks ago. Your kind and thoughtful words have been a tremendous comfort during a very difficult time.

As a family we know that nothing can replace Ted as the most fantastic husband, father and grandfather, but we also know that he had a larger family in the "educational establishment" and we have been reassured that his legacy to the world of education will live on through the memories and hard work of the teaching profession, the people he most admired.

Please keep doing what Ted knew you (not Tony Zoffis) did best: teaching the next generation in a dignified and professional manner.

Many thanks to you all.

People may like to know that there will be a memorial service for Ted on February 4, 2006 at 11am in Exeter Cathedral.

Judith Wragg and family

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