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Terrence 'Terry' Dean Wice

January 31, 1955 ~ September 5, 2018 (age 63)

Father of Jodi Marie Wice (Branden Thompson) and Dean Gordon Wice.
 
Brother of Dale (Nancy), Susan Odorizzi (Greg), Brian (Nancy), Annmarie Westerberg (Ian), Wanda (Mike Lafleur), Ainsley Driver (Gary), Jamie (Pam), Allen and Tom (Annette)
 
Predeceased by parents Myrna (Godin) and Russell Wice and by his infant brothers Barry and Jody.
 
Terry was born in Port Loring at White Eagle Lodge, the 2nd child of Myrna and Russell. He and his 9 brothers and sisters grew up with love and laughter in their small home. Terry and his brothers developed an early love of hunting and fishing alongside their father. Terry moved to Tillsonburg to pick tobacco for a living. There he met and married Debbie Ford and they welcomed their daughter Jodi and their son Dean. Terry later moved back to Arnstein where he lived for the rest of his life. He worked mostly as a bricklayer as well as other odd jobs. He lived for fishing and especially hunting season and when the hunt started was most happy to welcome his brothers, brother-in-law, cousins and friends home for good hunting, good times and good stories.His captivating laughter could be heard after every story told, in fact Terry was know as Smiley from an early age by all who knew him due to the permanent wide grin that was always on his face.He was also very pleased to be able to take Jodi and Dean hunting or fishing when they visited. Terry was very proud to grow a big vegetable garden every year and canned most of what he grew. He was a loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. In later years he was always working on some project or another to upkeep and improve the family hunt camp. Terry was dearly loved and will be missed by many.


A Celebration of Terry's life will take place on September 15, 2018 beginning at 1pm at the family hunt camp. All are welcome, please bring a lawn chair and dress casually.

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