Theodore John Kasprowski, was born August 29th, 1965 to parents Francis Kasprowski and Janice Hope Kasprowski Phillips (Karpinski) in Wheeling, WV. He passed away Thursday, June 24th, 2021 seemingly in his sleep. Known affectionately as “Ted”, “Teddy”, or “Bundy” to his friends and family, Ted was full of character, had an outgoing nature and a charisma that made him the life of the party. Ted grew up a wild child in hills of Neffs, OH enjoying and pursuing all life had to offer. He took great pride in his work as a Sheet Metal Foreman for R & S Services and had previously worked for several years with Metal Masters, often saying “When that AC kicks on and you feel that cool breeze this summer, think of me!”. Ted loved working in his vegetable garden, and was a big fan of the Indy 500, Indianapolis Colts, and his favorite band KISS. He enjoyed traveling and jumped on any opportunity to make a memory; skydiving, zip lining, ax throwing, or even something as simple as a get together with friends or family. He was a romantic at heart, sentimental and charming. He flattered the ladies with compliments, his signature side grin and twinkle fingers wave. He loved to cook especially on the grill, using his famous “Lily’s” rub at barbecues was a special treat. Ted valued his friendships immensely, and undoubtedly left this world saying “Thank you for the memories, I love you Man (or “girl”)” and to all his sheet metal guys over the years “Get a good night’s rest, cause you are gonna need it tomorrow!”. Always thought of as a big kid at heart, Ted will forever be remembered for the love he had for life, friends, and family.
Ted was preceded in death by his parents, and his beloved pets Natasha and Spike. He is survived by his brother Francis Kasprowski III, sister-in-law Diana Kasprowski, sister Stephanie Hope Bonesteel and her wife Cindy Granger; his nieces Jennifer Kasprowski, Christina (Giancarlo) Sucre, Jessica Bonesteel, Rebecca (Adam) Cooper, nephew Richard (Leigha) Kasprowski and honorary nieces Brandy Clark and Amanda Crick; and grand nieces and nephews Landen, Victoria, Lillian, Savanna, and Abel.
A viewing will be held Tuesday, June 29th from 11 am-1:30 pm followed directly by a celebration of life at Singleton Community Mortuary and Memorial Center, 1202 South Lynhurst Drive. Indianapolis, IN. 46241. In lieu of flowers please consider donating to The American Heart Association in his honor and/or share special memories via the virtual memory book postings portal on the funeral home website www.singletonmortuary.com.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Singleton Community Mortuary and Memorial Center
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