Terrence-Lietz-Obituary

Terrence L. Lietz

Savannah, Georgia

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Terrence L. Lietz, 58, of Savannah, died Tuesday, November 25, 2003 under the care of Life Care Hospice. He was born in Forest Park, Illinois and had lived in Savannah for over 30 years. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, where he served as a member of the Music Committee, serving as...

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To Terry's family: I have been out of town, and just found out of Terry's death. He was a strong man during his illness and still maintained his joyful spirit. I worked with Terry for 8 years and he has forever imprinted Savannah with his charm and humor. He has also informed us of his love of his family! Bless you, my condolences to you!

MY DAD WAS A SMART, FUNNY, AND WELL LOVED MAN. I AM HONORED TO CALL HIM MY DADDY. I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR THEIR SUPPORT AND LOVE IN THIS SAD TIME. WE ALL APPRECIATE THE OBVIOUS LOVE THAT EACH OF YOU HAD FOR OUR DAD. I HOPE YOU ALL HAVE A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY AND REMEMBER THAT YOUR NOTES HAVE TOUCHED ME AND THE REST OF MY FAMILY.
LOVE IN CHRIST,
AMY LIETZ AND THE REST OF THE LIETZ CREW

Dear Amy and Cathy, I was so shocked and saddened to learn today of Terry's loss. I know he loved you both very much. I had no idea he was ill. Thankfully he planned and prepared for eternity, and you will see him again, but I know you will need prayer support as you deal with the present pain of his absence. You have my prayers. May The Comforter give you peace that passes all understanding to keep your hearts and minds through this time. God Bless.

Sincere condolences to you and your family. I knew Terry from the County Police as an officer, then EMS, and through the County Police Assn. I also knew him from St. Paul's Lutheran Church where he offered his services as a trumpeter. Terry was always honored to play taps at the Co Police Dept when we celebrated Police Memorial Day, and we were honored to have him play for us. He will be missed.

I knew Terry from when I worked at Medstar and Terry for CCEMS. Sorry to hear of his death. He was a good person.

heaven is a brighter place now.may god bless you and your family. steve and terri lewis.

May God Bless all of you in this difficult time. I knew Mr. Terry from Pooler EMS and he will be missed. He touched the lives of many.

I didn't know Terry very well -- just ran into him from time to time during my 10 years as an EMT. He was always courteous and kind and helpful. I know he will be greatly missed. May God wrap His arms around your family and help you to have peace.

My deepest condolences to the family of Terry Lietz. My heart is heavier and sadden by the loss of the man whose compasion and upbeat spirit always brigtened the day of the law offices around town. Terry will be truly missed.