Theodore Dwyer, 81
NAPLES, Fla. — On July 2nd, the Brothers Dwyer, originally from Saugus, were reunited for eternity. Theodore (Ted) Dwyer leaves behind his loving and devoted wife of 60 years, Cynthia (Anderson). He is also survived by his children; Deborah Dwyer and her partner Charles Vitale of Saugus, Laura Angus and her husband Scott of Haverhill and Michael of Lawrence. Ted was supremely proud of his grandsons; Matthew Angus and his wife Paulina of Buxton, Maine, Douglas and Nathan Angus of Haverhill. His greatest and most recent blessings are his great-grandchildren; Kenleigh and Garrett Angus of Buxton, Maine. All recently spent time with “Gramps” at his home in Naples. Ted will be dearly missed by cousins, nieces, nephews, in-laws and many extended “family” members.
Ted was born April 5, 1938 in Saugus to the late Earl Herbert and Natalie (Brierley) Dwyer. He is predeceased by his brothers; Dave, Danny and Tommy. He graduated from Saugus High in 1955 then Northeastern University. He began his career at Raytheon then worked for the Town of Saugus. Ted, along with Dick Otte, founded Otte & Dwyer, Inc. Land Surveyors, March 17, 1969. The company, still operated by family, just celebrated 50 years in business. Besides being a dedicated family man and leader in his field, he will be remembered for many hours dedicated to the Town of Saugus, Saugus Youth, Demolay/Rainbow, Camp Fire USA, Cliftondale United Methodist Church, Rotary and Route One Business Association. Ted was a fraternal member of Saugus Masons. His quiet and thoughtful advice as well as his keen sense of humor will certainly be missed.
Service information: A memorial service will take place late summer at Camp Hedding, N.H., where generations of the family grew up and many still reside. Donations in his memory can be made to Grace Place for Children and Families, 4300 21st Avenue SW, Naples Fla., 34116.