Theodore C. Lauriano

Theodore C. Lauriano

March 28, 1943 - February 22, 2017

Theodore C. Lauriano

March 28, 1943 - February 22, 2017


In Honor of His Life
March 28, 1943 – February 22, 2017

(Ted Lauriano)

73 years old, of Laguna Hills California, passed away on February 22, 2017 in Irvine CA.

Ted Lauriano was born in Oahu, Hawaii on March 28, 1943. At the age of 13, he had made his home in California, moving to Garden Grove. Ted had attended Rancho Alamitos High School, where he graduated in 1961 and briefly attended college.

He had met his wife, Sharon Lucille Bygum while working in a restaurant located in the Disneyland amusement park. They were married on December 22, 1963.

Ted had made his Career with The Coca Cola Company starting in product sales and distribution to restaurants in the Long Beach area. He promoted to Delivery then Transportation. He was in management, for a period of time. Ted served 35 years before he retired. His love for building blossomed as he worked with wood, morter, bricks and rock. The fabrication with this media had brought him great satisfaction. Theodore’s love of animals had brought great peace as he donated to ASPCA for their well being.

Ted Lauriano Jr. is survived by his wife Sharon; his sister, Pamela Nelson; his children Robert, Ramona, Ted Lauriano III; his grandchildren, Tara, Matthew, Ryan, Rachael, Maile, Adrianna, Laura, Hanna; and his great grand kids. Kaden and Emery.

Ted Lauriano Jr. is preceded in death by his father Theodore Lauriano Senior; his mother, Maile Lauriano; his sister, Jannette Barker.

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21 responses to Theodore C. Lauriano

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  2. Carey James says:

    My head hangs low,
    You’re somber and sad.
    For the loss of your dear,
    and most loving dad.
    My thoughts and feelings,
    are so hard to explain.
    Multiplied by infinity,
    my sorrow and pain.
    Your father worked hard,
    was the most wonderful guy.
    I cannot come to terms,
    to let go and say bye.
    Since you were young,
    he brought joy to each day.
    Loved you unconditionally,
    and would openly display.
    You’ll miss him so much,
    your tears say it all.
    As a wake in the night,
    his name you shall call.
    As your precious father,
    and your guiding light.
    Having him in your life,
    was a fortunate delight.
    He lived life,
    with honor and grace.
    But now he must rest,
    in a much better place.

    To The entire Lauriano Family
    Prayers to you all

  3. What a touching memoir. God Bless You and the rest of the rest of the family.
    Love and aloha, Your cousin Diane

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