William Daniel Tedrick
was born on 18 March 1943 at Popular Bluff, Butler Co., Missouri
. He was the son of William Gerald Bertrand Tedrick
and Goldie Margaret Biggs
. William Daniel Tedrick died on 2 April 2004 at Raleigh, Wake Co., North Carolina
, at age 61. He was New Tag Obituary in the "Daily American Republic:
RALEIGH, N.C.--William Daniel Tedrick, 61, of Raleigh, NC, died Thursday April 1, 2004, at his residence.
Mr. Tedrick was born March 18, 1943, at Lucy Lee Hospital, which is now Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center, to William Gerald Bertrand Tedrick and Goldie Margaret (Biggs) Tedrick.
He was raised in Neelyville and Poplar Bluff and moved to University City, St. Louis. He attended schools in University City and Washington University of St. Louis, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree. Inspired by his great uncle, Orville Arch Tedrick, a long-time lawyer and judge in Poplar Bluff, Dan attained his law degree at Washington University. He served in the United States Army for three years in Germany and a tour of duty in Vietnam in the JAG Corps. After a brief stint in private practice in Springfield, he joined the United States Department of Justice and had a long and distinguished career with them before retiring of heart disease.
He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Mary Candace "Candie" (McCarroll) Tedrick; one son, Daniel Paul and wife, Trina(Pickett), and granddaughter, Bronwen Clare, all of Fremont, Calif; one daughter, Rebecca Leigh (Tedrick) McCuen and husband Michael, and granddaughter Zoe, all of Baltimore, MD; one brother, Dr. Charles Arthur Tedrick and wife, Patricia (Mulherin) of Seattle, Wash; one uncle, Jack Martin Tedrick and wife, Lois, of Poplar Bluff; two aunts, Lucile (Biggs) Greeson of Neelyville and Julia (Biggs) Bryant of St. Louis; and numerous cousins, nephews and nieces, all of who will miss him.
He was preceded in death by one sister, Goldie Geraldine Tedrick Harris.
Services were held at the North Raleigh Presbyterian Church in North Carolina and his ashes were placed at Arlington National Cemetery. In April 2004.