Ted Rathert dies at 55 | SummitDaily.com

Ted Rathert dies at 55


Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the North Branch Library in Silverthorne for Theodore “Ted” Rathert, who died on or around Feb. 16 at the age of 55.The cause of death is suspected to be medical and does not appear suspicious, according to Summit County Coroner Joanne Richardson.Rathert was born Jan. 15, 1950, to Burton and Susan Rathert of Crandon, Wisc., attended the University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point for two years and managrd the York Steakhouse in Madison, Wisc. before moving to Summit County in 1986.During his time here, he was the lead driver for Resort Express, and more recently a driver with Summit Taxi.His family said he loved water skiing, skiing and spending with friends and family.”His wonderful smile will be loved and missed,” said daughter Nichole Garvin.He is preceded in death by his sister, Nancy.He is survived by brother Roger and his wife Anne of St. Louis; brother Burton of Dallas, Texas; daughters Whitney Rathert and Nichole Garvin and grandson, Jonas, all of Silverthorne.Donations can be made at any 1stBank location to the Theodore Rathert Memorial Fund.

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