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Teddie Alvarado

June 3, 1956 — August 19, 2023

New Caney, Texas

Teddie Alvarado, 67, of New Caney, TX, was born on June 3, 1956, in Natchitoches, Louisiana, and peacefully passed away on August 19, 2023, in Kingwood, Texas, surrounded by his loving family. He is preceded in death by his parents, Forty Alvarado and Iva Goodson, his brothers, Bobby Broulette, Ivy D. Alvarado, and sister Bonnie Suggs, and Virgie Stone, mother to Angela Carroll.


He is survived by his daughters Angela Dawn (Michael)Carroll and Elizabeth Hamm, son Clyde ‘Skeeter’ (Jennifer) Raines Jr., Grandchildren Brendan, Joshua, Dorothy, Zachery, Gabriel, Fiona, Deaglan, Liam, and Candy. Brothers Timmie Alvarado(Twin), Terry Broulette, Ronnie Suggs, and his sister, Ida Council. His loving nieces and nephews; TJ Alvarado, Tina Alvardo, Kristy Williams, Katy Kerling, Marandall Broulette, Bobbie Broulette Jr., Timothy Mark Stuckey Jr., Rebecca Biancardi, Sharon Latham, and Iva Riojas, as well as many great nieces and nephews. His former love Tonya Paynter and his most beloved dog T-Bird. 


Teddie leaves behind cherished memories and a legacy of hard work and knowledge. Despite his quiet nature, Teddie's expressions often conveyed more than words ever could, and his hands were always busy. He had a deep passion for working on cars and tackling remodeling projects. His skillset knew no bounds, from electrical work, to plumbing; there was nothing he couldn't do. One of his proudest accomplishments was remodeling his daughter Angela's house, a testament to his devotion.

Teddie was the "do it yourself" kind of person, always knowing how to handle any task. He found joy in the company of family and loved ones, content wherever they gathered. His all-time favorite pastime was listening to music, his tunes filling the air no matter the occasion. He was a devoted movie fanatic, with an entire wall filled with DVDs.

Teddie's impact on his family will forever resonate. His selflessness, love, and unwavering support served as valuable lessons to his children, nieces, nephews, and all who knew him. Although his physical presence is no longer with us, his memory lives on, and the family finds solace that they will be reunited with him one day. He leaves behind a void that only he can fill, a testament to the extraordinary man he was.

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