Theodore “Ted” Elliot passed away April 24, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri. Ted was born in Pueblo on June 3, 1920 to Joseph and Mirian Elliot and had lived in Pueblo most of his life before moving to Missouri in 2004. He was a 1938 Graduate of Centennial High School and served on the Reunion Committee for many years. Mr. Elliot was employed as a Power Technician in the Steel Mill before his retirement. Ted was an active member of Temple Emanuel in Pueblo and served 10 years as its Treasure as well as being on the Building Fund. For many years Ted was on the Board of Power Credit Union and served as Supervisory Committee Chair. He was a member of B.P.O. Elks #90 and the F. O. Eagles #145 in Pueblo. Ted was very active in the Masonic Fraternity having joined DeMolay in 1935. He was awarded the Legion of Honor and received National recognition in 2003 with the Senior DeMolay Extraordinaire Award for 68 years of service. In Silver State Lodge #95 AF & AM, he was Master of the lodge in 1950 and continued as Treasurer and later Secretary for many years. He belonged to Fidelity Chapter #144, Order of Eastern Star and was the Worthy Patron in 2003. Ted served in many capacities in the Southern Colorado Scottish Rite and was coroneted 33 degree, Honorary for his efforts. As a member of Al Kaly Shrine, he served as Sec/Tre of the Past Master’s Unit for some 30 years. After his move to Missouri, Ted continued to be active by participating in Temple Shaare Emeth and Ben Franklin Lodge #642 in St. Louis. Mr. Elliot was preceded in death by his wife Rhea in 1987 and his brothers Simon and Joseph Elliot. He is survived by his children William (Lynn) Elliot of Missouri, Miriam Jo Elliot of NC and his grandchildren Brian, Marc and Justin Elliot and Bari and Sydney Hersckowitz. Viewing will begin at 10 am on Friday at Temple Emanuel followed by the funeral services at 10:30 AM in Temple Emanuel, 1325 Grand. Interment will follow in the Roselawn Cemetery with Masonic Burial Rites by Silver State Lodge #95 AF & AM. Donations in memory of Ted may be made to the Temple Emanuel, American Cancer Society or the Silver State Lodge C&C Fund, direct or through the mortuary. Online condolences at DavisMortuary.com.