Guy Jaring TERPSTRA
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Passed away peacefully at home from pancreatic cancer surrounded by family on February 5, 2021 just days before his 76th birthday. Beloved husband of Maureen (nee Hook), loving father of Sheri (Paul). Cherished by grandchildren Liberti, Aidan and Ryan his memory will always be celebrated with joy, especially with walks along the waterfront and a game of golf. Dear brother to John, George, Hendriena, Joan, Cecilia, Freida, Helen and Gert. Predeceased by parents Inte and Hilda Terpstra, sister Ida. He will be truly missed by all who knew and loved him. Due to current Covid restrictions, a private family memorial service will be held with arrangements entrusted to the Low and Low Funeral Home, 1763 Reach Street, Box 698, Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1A6 (905-985-7331). In memory of Guy, please consider a donation to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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Published in Durham Region News on Feb. 16, 2021.
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March 15, 2021
Will truly miss our get togethers here there and everywhere. May the lord keep and bless you - rest in peace Terpie,
John Lieb
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February 25, 2021
We serviced and repaired Guys vehicles. We always looked forward to Guys appointments, knew it was going to be a good time. His stories and laughter were engaging and infectious.
Our condolences to Maureen and the rest of his family. RIP Guy, we will miss you.
Your friends from Ray Hobbs Garage, Port Perry.
Tera Boucher, Ray Hobbs Garage
Friend
February 23, 2021
I worked with Guy for only a year at RBC in London. Only a year but a most enjoyable one. We shared an office and much more. The laughs and comraderie we shared on a daily basis will never ever be forgotten. I wish to extend my deepest sympathies to Maureen and all the family. R. I. P. Terpie !!

Sincerely,
Steve Fraser
London,On.
Steve Fraser
Coworker
February 20, 2021
Our sincere condolences are being sent to you Maureen along with Sheri, Paul, Aidan & Ryan and the remainder of Guy's Family.

We had the pleasure of knowing Guy through our dear friends Sheri & Paul, we enjoyed our chats, laughs and nudges when sitting in the cold arenas watching our boys play hockey, something Guy loved to do with and for his Grandchildren.

You will be missed Guy, may you rest easy, it was a pleasure knowing you.

Love From
Cindy, Craig, Mason & Connor Cowan


THE GOLF COURSE IN THE SKY

As eighteen flags flew at half mast, and Glasses were soberly raised high, the latest member was having a ball at the golf course in the sky.

Freed from the gravity of the situation the first tee shot soared through space bringing a wondrous, beaming smile to a kind, down to earth face.

Surrounded by old club friends
once thought never to be seen again, the infinity course beckoned ahead eighteen holes were for mere mortal men.



Cindy Cowan
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