My sincere condolences to Susan, Stephanie, Nicole, Christopher and the rest of the Hudema family.
I had the privilege of knowing Terry for about 10 years and working closely with him for 5 of those years. Terry was a great surveyor and mentor, and was always willing to share his wisdom with me.
It was a beautiful service and words from Hugh Ham and Phil Nottveit were well spoken and certainly summed up Terry.
Terry will be missed.
I'm so sorry to hear this news. Terry was such a kind man. Susan my thoughts are with you.
All of us at Wood's Homes are thinking of you at this time. So sorry to hear about this loss. Jane, Peter, Susan, Teri, Dean, Bjorn and Rand (and many others)
We are saddened to hear of Terry's passing. He has left the world a better place by his love for his family, his mentorship through his career, and his overall contribution to society. We hope that you can find some comfort in knowing that he is now resting in peace with his daughter and father. From our family to yours, please accept our most sincere condolences.
Katie, Alec, Judy, Leonard, Jerry, Linda Hudema
Thoughts and prayers are with Terry's family. Terry was a pleasure to work with through his various survey companies.
Cheryl Hamilton, City of Calgary Law Department.
I worked for Terry for 1 year and he was always so full of life and conversation, it was a pleasure knowing Terry and I admired his dedication to his career and the Special Olympics. My condolescenes go out to the Hudema family,god bless.
I worked with Terry for about 5 years and I will always remember how extremely compassionate he was when I lost my father. My thoughts are with his family and friends.
Dear Hudema Family,
My heart goes out to all of you. We are very sadden by his passing. Terry was a special person. We loved to see him when he came to visit. May God bless you all. Cindy Schwaller (cousin of Terry)
Our prayers are with Susan and Family at this time. As a member of the ALSA, I benefited from all the hard work and leadership Terry put into ALSA business. His smile and energy will be missed by many.
Dick and Jill Bassil
I met Terry in 1981 when I joined Surveys at LTO .One of best people I had the fortune to meet.
I am saddened by Terry's death.May God give courage to his family to face this loss.
I am very sad to loose someone who mentored me professionally and personally.
My sympathies to the Hudema family. Terry was a great mentor and colleague, and he will be missed by many (including me). I know that he had planned to golf at Robson Ranch in Arizona next year. I will be sure to slice a few balls into the desert in his honour!
Very sad to hear of Terry's passing I remember him well we played hockey together in Lethbridge
It is our treasure to have met Terry both as a friend and business associate.Terry's passion for giving to others and His business accumen garnered a very special place in our hearts.We take some comfort in knowing that those who have been blessed by the opportunity to laugh and work with Terry during his short stay with us will miss him sorely.Our prayers for peace go out to Susan, family and friends during this time of grief.Well done good friend.Craig and Donna Johnson.
On Behalf of the Calgary Hitmen organization, our thoughts and prayers are with Susan and the Hudema family on their loss. Terry was an integral part of off-ice official since the very beginning, and he will be deeply missed.
Terry was a wonderful person - that big smile was always there. His help at the U of A got me my degree. He was a true friend. Our prayers are with the family. God Bless. Gordon and Donna Parchewsky
Please accept our condolences on the passing of Terry. It was an honor to have known such a great person and we will truly miss him.
Rosita & Richard Poon
We will miss you Terry and we will keep you in our hearts and remember all the laughs and memories we had with you!!!
Terry Thank you on behalf of my son and many other special O athletes who you supported for many years. Rest in peace.
Craig and the boys
You will be missed dear cousin. xxoo
Terry was a lovely devoted family man, who will be missed by many of his friends. I first met Terry through his connection with the AAHA, and then with the ALS, as my husband, Mike SexSmith, was a peer surveyor. He will be missed by so many people. My heart goes to his wife, Susan. We never have met but my thoughts are with you.
To Susan, Brian, Aunt Vera, Christopher, Nicole, Stephanie, and the entire Hudema family. I, like many others,am saddened to hear of the passing of Terry. Where has the time gone? I hope that you will somehow find comfort in knowing that Terry has touched so many lives in unmeasurable ways. I pass along my sympathies and will be thinking of all of you during this difficult time.Allow your hearts to heal......we all know that is what Terry would want. God bless all of you. Fred Engelhardt (cousin of Terry)
Susan and families, I am thinking of you on this very sad day.
Attached is the link to the Calgary Hitmen pre-game tribute for Terry prior to their game on Friday January 31st.
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On behalf of the Calgary Hitmen Off-Ice Officials group,we express our deepest sympathies to Susan and all the Hudema family for your loss. Terry was both a respected hockey official and a real friend to all that knew him. The Saddledome will be a little colder without his warm smile and laughter.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this very sad time