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Ted Vincent McHone
September 19, 1962 ~ January 20, 2024 (age 61) 61 Years Old
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Ted Vincent McHone, 61, of Asheville, NC, passed away on January 20th, 2024. Born September 19th, 1962 in Asheville, he was the son of the late Troy Everett McHone and the late Dixie Nell McHone of West Asheville. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his sister, Sabrina McHone Wade of Fort Mill, SC.
Ted was an avid skateboarder and talented baseball player in his younger days, graduating from Asheville High in 1980 and continuing on to play collegiate baseball at Western Carolina University. An adventurous soul, he loved the ocean, and he forever had a deep connection with the music of an inspired life, which he passed on to his children who can say the same. He spent 7 years raising his family near the coast in Wilmington, NC and later worked in Daytona Beach, FL before returning back to Asheville. He always called these mountains home, and he was deeply rooted in this city and its people. He walked life with a carefree heart full of love for those around him and a wonderful, authentic spirit. Ted spent most of his career in operations, sales, and management with Ferguson Enterprises across North Carolina in Asheville, Wilmington, and Franklin.
Surviving is his daughter Meghan McHone Newman and her spouse Trevor Newman of Portland, OR; his son Camden Troy McHone of Asheville, NC; his former wife of 30 years, Dawn Ann McHone of Asheville, NC; his sister Vicky McHone Wayman of Asheville, NC; and his brother Chad Everett McHone of Franklin, NC. He is also survived by his nephews Baxter Harrill and Christian McHone, as well as his nieces Kirsten Dippel, Collette Doe, Julianne Kluk, Julia Radford, and Sarah McHone.
A celebration of his life will be announced at a later date in the spring at Lake Julian Park, where he met and married his wife Dawn and spent many hours on the water teaching windsurfing lessons. Ted loved to visit there and feed the ducks while enjoying the sunshine. Ted, we know you are flying above the palm trees, listening to Jimmy Buffett, and feeling the warm sun on your face. We love you!