A Mass of Christian burial for Thomas G. McTeague, a retired sales executive, was offered yesterday at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Texas. Mr. McTeague, who was 67 and lived in Oxford, died Tuesday of cancer at Memorial Hospital in Easton.
He retired in 1986 as a manager with the Glidden Pigments Division of the SCM Corp. He served in the Navy during World War II.
He is survived by his wife, the former Juliet Welsh; five daughters, Meghan Bittner, Karen Nibbelink and Juliet Moreland, all of Towson, Mary Scott McTeague of Bel Air and Shelagh McTeague of Catonsville; three sons, Sean McTeague of White Marsh, Timothy McTeague of Cub Hill and Michael McTeague of Towson; a sister, Margaret Bradley of Baltimore; three brothers, John McTeague of Norfolk, Va., and James and Charles McTeague, both of Florida; and six grandchildren.