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Floor Refinisher, Severe Wood Floors On January 8, 2016 Terence C. Severe, beloved son of the late Anne E. Severe (nee Kirwan) and Bernard A. Severe, loving brother of the late Michael C. Severe, passed away from cancer surrounded by his family at the age of 59. Father of Caitlin E. Severe, loving brother of B. Philip Severe, Bernadette E. Michel and her husband Robert, Patricia A. Rom and her husband Richard, Robert J. Severe and his wife Barbara, David P. Severe and his wife Sandra, Judith M. Camak and her husband Dana, Elizabeth K. Gant and her husband Douglas, M. Alice Powell and her husband John, Lawrence P. Severe and his wife Tammy, Joy R. Severe, Anita S. Lenes and her husband Jody, and Michelle L. Severe and her partner Todd Denner. Endearing Uncle to many nieces and nephews who enjoyed his amusing personality and many other relatives and friends who will miss him dearly. Born and raised in Northwest Baltimore to a family of 12 siblings, Mr. Severe was active in local sports and church activities and graduated from The Baltimore Polytechnic Institute in 1974. After graduation, Mr. Severe joined the family owned floor-refinishing business with his father and brothers. For over 40 years, his skill, expertise, and care in reconditioning original wood flooring, made him one of the best in the business and noteworthy to the many customers he served. His jovial attitude and hard work ethic was noted by many and was valued by customers through the years. In recent years, Mr. Severe lived in Shawan Valley where he enjoyed watching local sports teams, NASCAR racing, and traveling to Aruba during the winter where many locals knew him well from the many visits to the island. His support of local charities including the Rotary Club of Baltimore was important to him and he was known for lending a hand wherever needed. Most of all, he will be missed dearly by his family who will always remember his smile along with his patience, kindness and the care he gave their Father in his elder years. Services will be private and if desired, those wishing to make contributions in his memory may be made to the Itineris Foundation of Baltimore. (www.itinerisbaltimore.org)
Published in Baltimore Sun on Jan. 9, 2016
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