Saturday, March 6, 2010

Terry's Final Farewell Tour

Sadly Terry passed away March 4th.

His postings and continuous postive attitude were an inspiration to me and others. He will be greatly missed.

Friday March 12th at 7pm Rosary Service St Luke Catholic Church.
Time to share stories.

Saturday March 13th at Noon Funeral Service. Reception will follow in the gym. St Luke Catholic Church.

322 N 175 St Shoreline, WA 98133


Burt said...

One week ago that phone call from Pam came that I have been dreading for some time. Tonight is your rosary, my friend, and tomorrow is your funeral. Your death is painful for all of us who loved you but it is your life that has been so inspiring. You brought confidence, laughter, bravery and genuine friendship to all of us and you showed us how to enjoy every moment.
You must be so proud of Pam, Mitchell and Bradley. You gave them unconditional love, integrity and joy – and they gave it right back. They will take care of each other and the boys will take care of their own families because you took such good care of them. No man could ask for a better legacy and few would have so much fun in the process!
To say I will l miss you feels like a ‘pity party’ for me. Instead, Terry, thank you for your friendship and memories that will endure through my own remaining years. Thank you for serving as a fine example of how to be an even better husband, father and friend. Thank you for showing me that every day can be a great day regardless of what may be going on. And thank you for reminding all of us the best things in life are not things at all. Rather, they are life’s experiences and the people we hold close.

Anonymous said...

I just last week got in contact with an old friend from Okanogan and learned the news of Terry's passing. I was so sad to hear of his death and his difficult journey. I moved to Omak at the end of 7th grade and lost contact with Terry and most all of my Okanogan friends. When I was asked if I remembered Terry, my reply was "oh, yes. He was a nice kid. Of course I remember him." I was even invited to one of his birthday parties, for which I was thrilled because I had a crush on him. It makes me sad that I lost touch and never got to know him as a teenager or an adult. After reading over some of his blogs, I see that I missed out on a lot not keeping in touch. He had such a great attitude. I wish God's blessings on his wife and family. I can see you lost a great one.

If any old classmates read this, Lynn Weaver Juchmes has my email address and I'd love to hear from you.

With Sincere Condolences,
Susan (Kaufman) Muszynski