In loving memory of

Ted Evan Pace
January 31, 1959 - January 26, 2020

Ted Evan Pace was born in Seattle, Washington, on January 31, 1959, to parents Edward Dale Pace and Jane Albrey Pace. He passed away from natural causes on January 26, 2020. He was 60 years old. Ted is survived by his beloved partner and wife, Peggy, stepson John-Wayne, and preceded in death by his beloved son, Eddie Bowe Pace. He is additionally survived by his father, Edward Dale Pace (Donna); sisters Bonita (Will) Seymore, Rhonda (Greg) English, and Renee (Jeff Hunt) Pace; as well as nieces Jonita (Adrian), Hannah, Holly (Ben), Tia (Luke), Danielle (Travis), Kaylee (Juan Carlos), and nephews Dustin, Houston (Kylee), Travis (Tori); and grandnieces and nephews whom he adored so much: Claire, Parker, Logan, Ellie, Lola, Evie, Eddie, Jack, Harvey as well as his loyal companion Mookie (cat). Ted is preceded in death by his beloved mother Jane Albrey Pace. A celebration of his life will be held on The House of Refuge, 14006 1st Ave South Burien, WA 98168 at 11:00AM (First floor of the Elk's club). Reception immediately following at Ted's sister, Renee, and husband Jeff Hunt's house in Edgewood, WA. Potluck style lunch (please bring your favorite dish). In lieu of flowers, donations in his honor may be made to: Praisealujah Ministries, 20832 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA 98198


Victoria A Stowe wrote on May 4, 2020:

"You have been a life time friend, you have always been there for me, with out judgement. This is really sad for me.......I just recently saw you and texted with you, right before 1/26/2020? I love you ? RIP Teddy & Peace be with you. Victoria LeClair Stowe "

Denise Quealey wrote on Feb 5, 2020:

"I will miss you not seeing you across the street from me at Crescent Bar. I hope to see Peggy there. Sending prayers to Ted's family. Rest in Peace neighbor Denise Quealey"

Mary Vandehey wrote on Feb 4, 2020:

"We are so sad to hear of Teddy?s passing. He was a great man and we are sad to lose him. We will miss seeing him working so hard here at Crescent Bar. He was always friendly and kind. We send our condolences to his loved ones. We are praying for strength and healing to you all. With love, Kevin Hepworth and Mary Vandehey"