amesHUDSON FALLS – Theodore W. Ames, 57, of Hudson Falls, passed away after a long illness, on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Born on August 24, 1960 in Rutland, VT, he was the son of Shirley  (Mercier) Case of Fort Edward and the late Eustache Ames.

Ted was a graduate of Hudson Falls High School and for over 20 years, was an employee of Coca Cola.

He enjoyed fishing, the outdoors and NASCAR.  His family was very important to him. Ted was a “beloved” uncle to all.

Besides his father, his stepfather, George Case passed away before him.

Survivors include his mother, Shirley Case of Fort Edward; his three brothers, Tim Ames of Fort Edward, Jason Mattison of Wasilla, Alaska and Greg VanDeusen and his wife, Lisa of Greenwich; his two sisters, Theresa (Ames) Backus of Moreau and Tina Ames of Gillette, Wyoming; his nephews, Kelly Ames of Moreau, Jacob Mattison, who is now serving in the US Air Force in New Mexico, Bradley Mattison and Tyler Mattison, all of Wasilla, Alaska; and his niece, Emily Mattison of Wasilla, Alaska.

Ted had many lifelong friends whom he deeply cherished.

Friends may call on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 from 4 to 7 p.m.at the Carleton Funeral Home, Inc., 68 Main Street in Hudson Falls.

Burial will be at the convenience of the family.

The family suggests that memorial donations be made to the Wildlife Association of your choice.

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  1. Kim Kathe says:

    What a cherished friend. It is very rare to have friends for approx. 35 years and know that you can talk to them about anything. I will remember Teddy when I see guys ice-fishing or when I’m out in the woods and gazing over a serene lake. When I hear Tom Petty songs, I’ll remember Ted attending SPAC w/me in younger days. We joked w/nicknames on the phone; he was my stud guy and he called me his red-hot mama. I’ll always keep him in my heart.

  2. Jessica Palange says:

    Thank you for being such a wonderful father figure in my life. I will miss you the kind, generous person that you were and cherish the memories that we shared.

    All my love – Jessica Palange

  3. Gail Lasarso says:

    To Ted’s Mom, Family and Greg:

    Mike and I are so very sorry…there are no other words…Ted was a very big part of My Family and will be greatly missed!

  4. Gail Lasarso says:

    To Ted’s Mom, Family and Greg:

    Mike and I are so very sorry…there are no other words…Ted was a very big part of My Family and will be greatly missed! He wa a very kind man.

  5. Jacquie Ponds - Coca-Cola says:

    I will always remember Teddy as a co-worker who everyone loved. He is truly missed!

  6. chris ewart says:

    Teddy,
    We worked together for a lot of years ,and I just want you to know that I respected you and was glad to have you as a co-worker to start with and a supervisor towards the end of your coke career. You where someone who I could not say no to, because I always knew that whatever you were asking me to do , was something that you would do yourself..god speed Ted, and I hope that your life in the next world is more complete than this one..all that worked for you will miss you dearly..We had a lot of laughs, over the years..I will not forget you..Hope you are at peace….Chris

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