Mayron Glen Teltow, 79, of Clarksville, passed away May 16, 2013. He was born March 25, 1934 in Paris, Arkansas in the holler of Saint Louis Valley to the late Arthur E. & Anna May (Kissellberg) Teltow. He served as a Radarman on a Destroyer in the U. S. Navy during the Korean War. For 49 years Glen was the successful small business Owner and Manager of Teltow Tire Center since 1964. He was the epitome of integrity and loved providing for his family and had a very strong work ethic that he instilled in his loving children. On September 18, 1955 he married the love of his life, Jonnie Bell (Roberts) Teltow.
He is preceded in death by Parents: Arthur and Anna May (Kissellberg) Teltow; Step-Mother: Mary Ola (Crowell) Teltow; two sons: Jimmy and Mark Teltow.
Mr. Teltow is survived by his wife of 58 years, Jonnie Bell Teltow of the home; one son and daughter-in-law Randy & Tammy Jo Teltow of Knoxville; two daughters and son-in-law: Vicki Garcia of Fort Worth, Tex.; Valerie & Dan Wiley of Fort Worth, Tex.; Brothers: Bill Teltow of Clarksville; Albert Hulsey & Barbara of Edmund, Okla.; Alfred Hulsey & Ellen of Edmund, Okla.; Jerrell Teltow & Patsy of Austin, Tex; Norman & Lynda Teltow of Aurora, Colo.; John & Sheryl Teltow of Fort Worth, Tex.; one sister: Geneva and Dave DeVazier of Clarksville; Grandchildren: Chelli Garcia and Joel Perez of Waco, Tex.; Cristal Garcia and Bradley Funderburk of Austin, Tex.; Bekah Garcia of Fort Worth, Tex.; Annie, Wesley, and Kendra Porter of Fort Worth, Tex.; Great Grandchildren: Natalie and Jolene Perez of Waco, Tex.; Additionally, he is also survived, admired, loved, and respected by a host of family and friends.
Mr. Teltow’s funeral service was at 2 p.m., Monday, May 20, 2013, at First United Methodist Church in Clarksville, with Rev. Tammy Jo Teltow, Rev. David Hanshaw, and Rev. Ken Ashlock officiating. Burial followed in Minnow Creek Cemetery with Bill Adams, Reza Clint Ahrabli, Jerry Curtis, Billy Duncan, Bob Hula, Willie Killane, Rick Napier, and Richard Wiley serving as pallbearers and Gene Harris, Kenneth Hulsey, Don Ashlock, Tom McAnally, Bob McAnally, Joel Perez, Tommy Teltow, And Jason Teltow serving as honorary pallbearers. The family has requested memorial donations in Glen’s name be made to Mount Olive, Lamar, Clarksville First United Methodist Church; Arkansas Hospice.
Arrangements are under the direction of Roller-Cox Funeral Home 754-2201. Online guestbook www.rollerfuneralhomes.com
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