Theodore Ralph Dorf, age 94 (August 20,1926 - December 25, 2020) fondly known as Ted, passed away after a long battle with Cancer, surrounded by his loving family. Ted was a loving husband to the love of his life Joan; devoted father to Caren Dorf (Zak Kreisman) and Mark Dorf; incredible grandfather to his grandsons Howie and Jesse, as well as a caring uncle to many nieces and nephews. After serving in the US Army during World War II, he returned home and graduated from Temple University. Following college, Ted started what would become a long career in radio broadcasting, where he eventually became Vice President and general manager of WGAY and WWRC. He was a pioneer in the industry and was highly respected, sitting on many boards and staying involved throughout the years. Ted enjoyed sports, traveling, gardening and collecting Chinese art; holding offices on the International Chinese Snuff Bottle Society. He also was a proud member of Oasis and their men's group. Despite a long battle with Myelodysplastic Syndrome, his love for his family never diminished and he lived his life to the fullest until the end. Due to COVID 19, services are closed to immediate family only. In his honor, donations can be made to Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation: 4330 East West Highway #230, Bethesda, MD, 20814.