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In Loving Memory

Terry J. Gibbons

Terry J. Gibbons entered into rest on Saturday, April 6, on his 78th birthday. Loving husband an best friend of Susan M. Gibbons (nee Rachubka) for over 50 years; cherished brother of Kathleen (the late Norbert) Brinker and Jean Grindstaff; beloved brother-in-law of Cindy (Bill) Thorne; crazy uncle of Michele, Bob, Suzanne, Brian, Michael, Lindsay, Scott, Meghan and Lisa; our dear great-uncle, great-great-uncle, cousin and friend to many.

Services: Funeral at KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd on Friday, April 12, 10 a.m. Burial J.B. National Cemetery with Full Honors. In lieu of flowers donations to Heartland Industries 9727 Green Park  Industrial Dr. St Louis, MO 63123, https://heartlandindustries.org/ Visitation Thursday, 4-8 p.m.


10 thoughts on “Terry J. Gibbons”

  1. Terry was one of the few people that really valued an active life full of fun and adventure.. From deep sea diving to red fishing with Bill and friends- He worked hard and loved to party, but he loved his friends and relatives more. I will miss you, Terry

  2. Terry, though we only knew each other for two short years, I will miss dearly the stories of your travels, your fishing escapades, and the opportunities you provided for me to admire your incredible artistic talents. Thank you for being such a gift to all those who loved you dearly and also to those organizations that you cared so deeply about. I am especially grateful for the many years of service which you provided to Heartland Industries and your fierce commitment to and support of individuals with developmental disabilities. You will be in our hearts forever.

  3. Terry ~ we will miss your sweet smile and kindness to all your neighbors on Skyridge Drive (in the circle). We will look after your loving wife, Sue, and make sure we all help her in your absence. You shocked us when you departed so quickly. please ask our Heavenly Father to watch over all of us in these difficult times ahead. Rest in Peace dear friend. Amen!🙏

  4. Terry, I will always remember our days together working at Swan, the fun we had, and the continued friendship I shared with you and Sue in the years after Swan. . I have so many hilarious memories. Glad we could share so much laughter. I will miss you.

  5. Terry was a long time customer of mine which developed into a 30 plus year friendship. Enjoyed watching baseball and duck hunting together. I will miss our weekly phone conversations

  6. My thoughts & prayers are with Sue & the family & friends of Terry. So sorry to hear, just shocked & saddened!
    Terry was always smiling & laughing & having kind words to me who saw him briefly thru the years but mostly on camping trips. I knew he was an artist, photographer, creative. He gave us a print of Canadian geese he painted….on our wall still, thinking of our connection to Molson of Canada. Don’t forget the Bob Backus figure he created, so funny! A life well lived.
    Deepest condolences!!
    Katie Clay

  7. Terry was a wonderfully fun client who became an even better duck and dove hunting buddy. Terry will be missed, but not forgotten.

  8. Terry and I spent many hours together in a duck blind or in a field duck or dove hunting. Whether we were successful or not we always came away with good stories and thankful we spent the time together. I will truly miss our hunts which always brought forth good stories, good memories and sometimes a few birds. I believe Terry is somewhere with Scout, blowing his duck call, waiting for the next green head to swoop in. Till we meet again old buddy.


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