Prince "Bud" Teabo was 89 years old when he died in his home in Lincoln, Ma. surrounded by his wife Elizabeth "Betty" (Peaslee), his four sons David, Michael, Timothy and Scott, and other close family members and grandchildren. He was born in Carlisle, Ma and lived in both Carlisle and Lincoln his entire life and had many stories to share of his early life living and working on farms, and of a simpler life which we now long for.
His business, P.C. Teabo and Son Contractors was well respected in the Lincoln community. His work kept him active and engaged as he passed on his knowledge and experience to his sons.
He had a love for local history, especially for the Revolutionary war. He was a proud and enthusiastic member of the Lincoln Minutemen and enjoyed their celebrations and reenactments and eventually became their Captain for a time. He loved reading about all aspects of revolutionary colonial times.
He served honorably during the Korean War in 1951-52 as a Military Policeman and was a member of the American Legion. Our hearts will forever hold our deepest sadness for our father who taught us quiet kindness and love for all. We thank him for giving us a great example to follow, who was humble and kind and so easy to admire and love.
Family and friends will gather to honor and remember Prince on Sunday, October 7, 2018 at 1pm at St. Anne's in-the-fields Church, 147 Concord Road, Lincoln, MA
Interment in the Peace Garden following the service.