Teddie passed away December 19, 2021 in Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of 62, Teddie was born born October 1, 1959 in Salt Lake City to Sharon Carlow. Teddie was a member of the LDS Church. She married Sione Uhi, in October 1990.
Teddie had a successful career as a beautician, she operated T Street Trims in the avenues for many years, other locations throughout the valley. Teddie loved people, she saw the good in everyone, she will be missed by all that met her. Teddie had many talents, she enjoyed making jewelry, painting and drawing portraits, and anything that had to do with crafts. She loved music, she had a beautiful voice, was a member of a band called Captain Obvious. Most of all she loved her family, camping and fishing, going for a drive on Sunday or family BBQ.
Teddie is survived by her husband Sione, her sons Charlie and Sitino Uhi. Her brother Cory (Michelle) Fry, Kelly (Trish) Fry, Uncle Richard (Cindy) Carlow.
Teddie is preceded in death by Grandparents Charles and Lorna Carlow, Parents Sione and Sharon Carlow Vake, Aunt Sue Von Butterfield (Thomas).
A viewing will be held on Thursday, December 23, 2021, from 12:00 PM to 1:45 PM at the Memorial Redwood Mortuary located at 6500 South Redwood Road in West Jordan, Utah, followed by a funeral service at 2:00 PM at the same location.
Interment will be held at Memorial Estates
6500 South Redwood Road
West Jordan, Utah 84123
Life Story Info
I am so sorry for the family, noone told me, I have been calling her phone for months to checkup on her , last time I spoke to her was the day before, she was in the hospital, getting ready to go to recovery. That woman was my sweet friend and I will miss her so much, I am glad I at least got to tell her I love her very much, and was praying for her to recover. I am sorry she did not, but I know she's with those who love her and watching over her sweet family from above. I love you mama Aloha...til we meet again
I just saw Teddie’s obituary, what a nice tribute. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. We were childhood friends in the Millcreek area. A few years ago, we happened to meet up again and it was fun to catch up. She loved her boys so much!
She moved and we lost touch again.
I always loved her smile and kindness. Praying for you to all be comforted until you meet again. I know she will be watching over you.
Jeanie Platt Bowen