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Teck - May 1984

This web site is in loving Memory of my husband AVCM Steven Lee Teghtmeyer

Born 4 March 1947 ---- Died 23 Dec. 1997

Nothing is free, not even age. Age is the fee God charges for life. ~ Anonymous ~

May 1967 - August 1967 RTC Great Lakes, IL

February 1968 - August 1968 Student, NATTC at Memphis, TN

September 1968 - July 1971 Antarctic Development Squadron 6, Quonset Point, RI

January 1972 - April 1976 VP-48 NAS Moffett Field, CA

May 1976 - June 1979 AIMD NAS Moffett Field, CA

July 1979 - July 1981 Naval Air Facility Sigonella, Italy

August 1981 - January 1985 VP-48 NAS Moffett Field, CAUpdated 3 July 2000

January 1985 - January 1988 COMPATWINGSPAC NAS Moffett Field, CA

January 1988 - January 1991 VP-17, Barber's Point, HI

January 1991 - May 1994 Naval Strike Warfare Center NAS Fallon, NV

~ Retired April 1994 ~

May 1967 Steve enlisted in the U. S. Navy at Jacksonville, Florida, where he commenced his 27 year distinguished Naval aviation career that took him all over the World. He received his Honorable Discharge and Retirement as a Command Master Chief at the Naval Strike Warfare Center, NAS Fallon, Nv. Now know as Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center (NSAWC)

He earned the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy Commendation Medal (1 award), Navy Achievement Medal (3 awards), Good Conduct Medal (6 awards), National Defense Service Medal (2 awards), and the Antarctica Service Medal. He was a member of the Fleet Reserve Association.

After Steve retired he accepted a position with Aero Union Corporation and we moved to Chico, Ca.

 CPO Creed

The Watch

Steve's Song ~ Does anyone remember who wrote this for Teck? I don't and he use to sing it often.

Moffett Field Museum

NAS Fallon Nevada

Our pictureWe were married Dec. 1984.

Steve's Genealogy I do not have Steve or his parents and siblings listed on the Teghtmeyer genealogy site at this time.

Aero Union ~ Steve procured parts for the planes.

San Francisco Giants Baseball ~ They didn't have to win, he was a fan! ~Baseball forever~ was his motto.

And Sew It Goes ~ I've put my original web site back up

 Rosemary Teghtmeyer Updated

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