Glens Falls, NY
Out of the darkest cave, from the most cavernous bungalow of the deepest jungle of Glens Falls, NY, Theodore Daniel “Teddy” Slavin comes with quite the colorful upbringing. After being found in the basement of a Chuckie Cheese storage facility having apparently overdosed on skee-ball and stale birthday cake, Teddy was dumped into the wild forest at age 5, where he was adopted by two local bears, Hansel and Gretel. These magnanimous grizzlies taught Teddy everything he would ever need to know – the ways of the sand box, mini golf, laser tag, Foam Frenzy, and all of the necessities of being a kid. One day, Teddy and his parents had come home from a day of hunting and gathering at the local ice cream store, and they found his porridge eaten and some blond ho’ sleeping in his bed! But alas, that’s a story for another day. Unfortunately, Teddy’s adoption parents were cuddled to death at the early age of 11, and he was left alone, in his onesie pajamas and within a hug of his life. Teddy continued his childhood wandering around amusement parks and bowling alleys, and eventually stumbled his way onto the campus of Rochester, where he joined the Rambler pride. However, he’d left one thing behind in his travels – his ability to grow up.
Teddy’s various noble talents include the ability to recite every Disney movie from start to finish, how to make cotton candy from your own home, a perfect record at the game “Candyland,” the ownership of each and every Power Rangers costume, and endless supply of bedtime stories… the list goes on. His adorable smile and brilliant Tenor 2 voice are irreplaceable contributions to the Ramblers, and all they can offer in return is… well… some maturity.