Now playing with the angels. miss you. Miss you. Miss you. Pattie
Still looking for you when I ride through Chicago. every time I see a slender guy on a bike who has reddish gold hair,the pain is very sharp. your gentle soul now plays with the angels. Miss you. Miss you. Miss you.
Terry, what can I say? I wish I could have spent more time with you over the last several years playing music and laughing. I have some darned good memories though, like New Years 1992, listening to the Grateful Dead live on the radio at your apartment and jamming...and getting shocked by the mics because the outlets weren't grounded...I'll find you on the other side and we shall jam again.
Terry, you were a wonderful friend, and will be greatly missed. i hope you have finally have found peace and are in a better place. Your good friend from Evanston, David. Peace, my brother, I know your playing your bass and guitars in that great gig in the sky...
Terry, I'll never forget the years we spent together at St. Mary's grade school in Lake Forest, the band practices we had at my house on the weekends, and the contact we had at Lake Forest HS. God Bless you !
Our sincerest condolences to the family. I've known Terry since kindergarten and his yearly letters will be missed.
Mary Anne and all the Havey Family; Janie and I were so saddened to hear of Terry's passing. We got to know Terry better at Jerry's funeral. We both were touched by his high spirits and friendly ways. It was clear to us that he deeply loved his family and nieces. We too find it hard to believe that he is gone from our human lives but we are comforted by our faith that he now resides in heaven with his Dad.
The proof of his warmth and friendly ways is his gift of life from his organs. He granted extended life and health to those recipients. We also take comforfort from that heroic decision he made. All our love Janie and Dale
Terence Havey | The Lake Forester Obituary
Havey, Terence Patrick (7/18/56-8/15/13) 57, of Las Cruces, NM and formerly Chicago, died suddenly by a hit-and-run driver while riding his bicycle in Las Cruces. Cherished son of Mary Anne Havey (nee Tucker) and Gerald T. Havey, MD (deceased); dear brother to Thomas, Maureen Havey (Edward McMillen), Michael (Jill) and Brian. Loving uncle to Lauren and Ellen Havey. Terry was born in Detroit and grew up in Lake Forest, graduating from LFHS and NEIU. Prior to moving to Las Cruces to pursue a graduate degree at NMSU, Terry owned and operated an environmental remediation company in Chicago. An accomplished guitarist, Terry always enjoyed sharing his talents with others. Terry was a hard working and spirited individual who was willing to help anyone. To that end, he will be memorialized as an organ donor in Texas. Terry will be dearly missed by his family and all who knew him. Services private.
Please join us for a “Celebration of Life” for Terry Havey
When: Thursday, August 29th at 10 am
Where: Mesilla Valley Community of Hope Resource Room located at 999 W. Amador
Please come remember his vibrant spirit and share your thoughts and stories about our friend, Terry.
Contact: Nicole Martinez, 523-2219x 114
This is my second post. Am having a hard time accepting that there will be no more E-mails or phone calls or visits from Terry.terry knew my family and friends and they are sad as he was truly a good guy.he loved his family and I think he fell in love with Las Cruces. Can't find some of his other friends as I have not seen for a while and I think they went to cells only and i had landline numbers. will keeep trying to call 2 who will be very ,very sad. If anyone wants to call and share some of this grief,my number is 773-719-1865 in Chicago. Prayers and sympathy for you, Mrs Havey. you raised a gentleman and a good human being. My mom really liked him as did my sibs. Have 2 pictures of beautiful rainbows that I took when some friends and I met Terry in Santa Fe a feww years ago. God Bless and comfort and shelter Terry in the palm of his hand. Patricia Favia
Terry was a great friend to me and the discription in the obituary is correct, Terry would dig in and lend a hand to anyone, no problem. It will bother me that I could'nt be a closer friend to Terry these recent years. J. Campbell
Terry, Thank you for the memories. also,for the prayers for my sister and being a part of the prayer circle. When I see you again,we will be surrounded by Chinese food,guitar music,plants and flowers and laughter. love,Pat favia
Mary Anne, I'm so shocked at the loss of your son. My heart is breaking for you. Your neighbor, Sharon
Terry you were a blessing in our lives.
It was such a joy and honor to play guitar with you....Get ready heaven for the greatest guitarist and baseman ever!! We'll see you again one day friend. We'll dedicate a song in your honor at the Gospel Rescue Mission Sunday August 25, 2013
Priscilla and Pam
to terry and family, just today i recieved news of your passing. i will trully miss you and always remember our visits. we connected last year and understood one another. there was/is this spiritual connection so cool. thank you terry and thank you family. please know how special your brother was. namaste marcos
Like to hear another song but I guess I can wait a little while for that.
It was a great pleasure knowing Terry. We had a few good conversations as I know he an I had a couple things in common. I am saddened to know of his passing and I will have Terries family in my prayers. With deepest condolences. God bless.
To the Havey Family, Terry was a wonderful person. I am the professor that gave Terry the chile pepper plants for his mother. Terry was a very kind and thoughtful person. He told me he would carry those plants on a bus all the way back to Illinois/Wisconsin. I had him in one of my classes, we talked many times about him coming back to school for his graduate degree. I will miss his visits to the school farm, and never forget him. He was a special person. My deepest sympathies on your lost.
Mike and family,
sorry to hear about your loss. i will say some prayers for your brother and family. i live in las cruces if you need anything to be done. you can contact bob boone to get my contact info if needed. again, my sincerest condolences. bob chesney lfpd alum
Terry, it was an honor to know you; you are missed...
In memory of our dear brother Terry. We will always love you and miss you. We are still in disbelief that you are gone from us. Our fond memories of your kind ways, smile and chuckle will help us endure this tragic loss.
Miss you, Uncle Terry! You and Papa are together in heaven now! Life won't be the same... I will always remember your smile and laugh!
My thoughts and prayers go out to Terry's family. May god give you the courage and strength to get through these tough times. I didn't know Terry, but I know God needed a special Angel and He chose Terry. God Bless you.
Terry, Terry, I know you had your Guardian Angel by your side when you left us. I will always love & remember you. You gave me hope. Thank you!
Terry, I will always remember your big smile, dry sense of humor and your serenading us at the shop when you came in to try out guitars. You will be missed.