|Birth:||31 January 1904|
|Death:||5 April 2012|
Georgina, Ontario, Canada
|Age:||108 years, 65 days|
Metody Naum "Ted" Petkoff (31 January 1904 — 5 April 2012) was a Macedonian-born Canadian centenarian.
Ted Petkoff was born in Macedonia on 31 January 1904. Later he moved Toronto, Canada in 1920. He worked shining shoes, washing dishes and slept in barns hoping for a free meal from the farmer. After the war, he found work selling confectionery and eventually met Oliver Crockford who built him a small block building which he opened in 1954 as "Ted's". He also operated the cafeteria at West Hill C.I. and Midland C.I. in the 1960s before retiring in 1970.