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Terry R. Wilcox

August 17, 2019

 

 Terry R. Wilcox, 66 of Lisle passed away on August 17, 2019 at his home peacefully in his sleep. He was predeceased by his son,  Torrence  L. Wilcox, grandparents  Everett & Marie Church, Paul Wilcox & Doris Hughes and Richard & Doris Meade, mother Donna (Meade) Bennett,  mother & father in law Warren & Kay Knapp ,  brothers Ronald & Eugene, cherished friend Paula Bailey and his best friend Charlie Ballard. Terry is survived by his one and only true love Lorrie Wilcox, his daughter  Michelle & Luke Gehm , and son-Travis M. Wilcox.   He is also survived by his grandchildren ; Coleby L Gehm, Vernon L Gehm III (Samantha Gehm), and Eric Gehm ( Danielle Gehm) with great grandchildren Vernon IV, Michael and Kameron. He is also survived by his father Roger M Wilcox ( Anna Wilcox) and his mother  Joan C. Wyant. Also he leaves behind all his brothers and sisters:  Roger & Linda Wilcox, Brian & Kim Wilcox, David Wilcox, Linette Wilcox, Kathy Wilcox aka Ladybug, Kelly & Lori Yocum  and  Melody Mallon.  As well as sister in laws; Fay Knapp, Ruth Knapp, Donna Knapp (predeceased), Kathy Taylor, Christine Knapp.  With brother in laws: Max Moshier and Glen Barrows (predeceased).  Nieces & nephews: Shane Wilcox, Macy Wilcox, Chasiti Wilcox, Justin Kimpland, Sandra Little, Lindsey Wood, Mikayla Wood, Courtney Wood,  Josh Montoya, Joe Jones, Greg Barrows, Max Moshier  Jr, Donald Moshier, Charlie Moshier, Anthony Barrera, Andrew Barrera, Justin Knapp, Jeremy Slater, Jen Kay Ryan, Nathaniel Stanton & Jessica Stanton, Lifelong friend Rosie Craft. Terry enjoyed being with his family and friends gathered with food or drinks, Mowing his lawn on his riding lawn tractor.  He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, swimming, boating, cleaning his guns, sharpening his knives (which was too many for one person), watching Mash, and CSI.  He enjoyed his classical music as well as Hank Williams Junior III.  He also enjoyed the brief time that he was able to own a Harley Davison and the open road. He was a great man, with a heart of gold.  He was liked a layered onion bitter with one bite, but as you peeled his layers you would soon find out there was more to love.  I know he will be missed by all, but we all have our day to take our final journey…And his journey has begun ~ so not goodbye, but we will meet again.  Until then drink one for me…. Love me but let me go.A Celebration of Life will be held on August 31st at M & R Ranch.  It will be from noon until six.  The address is 257 Popple Hill Rd Lisle, NY 13797. Bring your memories, your stories, your photos… just please come and share your times with him. In my memory come wearing tie dye or camo, don’t get fancy for me.                                                                                                                                              

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