Condolences to Linda and Terry`s family. I met Terry back in high school that is Saint John high school. It was 1971 and 72 when we became friends. It was during a party where we met and Terry who had the nickname Jel. It was at that time Terry got into a scuffle and I was involved in helping to break it up. Luckily nobody got hurt. After the fracus Terry and I couldn`t stop laughing about it and we went on to become good friends. We hung out sporadically for a couple of years while Terry was there meaning at high school and we made some great memories that I won`t forget. I`m sad to hear of Terry`s passing and his great sense of humor I`ll never forget. Our loss is Heaven`s gain. I`m sure somewhere he`s making someone laugh. Always a friend Calvin McDonald.
Dear Linda, Although it has been decades since we were last in touch, the happy memories of those early years of establishing marriage, family and career together with you and Terry in Saint John are still very fresh in our minds. It may have been hard work, but we sure had a lot of fun times together. We send sincere sympathy to you, C.T., Michael and Shannon, An and the grandchildren. We are deeply sorry that you have lost your beloved Terry from this earth, way too soon.
Karen and John
Dear Linda and Family, I was so sorry to hear of Terry's passing. We are deeply saddened. We are sending love and prayers to all. I thought the obituary write up was a great tribute to Terry. So much information I wasn't aware of. I know he'll be deeply missed. Love to all.
Joan (June and Dinny Goss' daughter) and Paul Shepard
I worked with Terry for a few years during his time on the Council of The NB Institute of Chartered Accountants where I worked as Exec.Assistant for many years. Terry had a great sense of humour, was so smart and so easy to talk to and always willing to go the extra mile. I was saddened to hear of his passing. My thoughts are with all of his family as you find your way through this difficult time.
Linda and Family,
I'm so very saddened for your loss.
10 years ago Terry took a chance and hired me to work for him. I was a stay at home mom for 13 years with relatively little experience- he praised me for this - saying that this is what Linda decided to do as well. I loved working for Terry. He truly enjoyed life and he was the definition of a true gentleman.
Linda and family, we are so sorry to hear of TL’s passing. He had a big impact on my career from our time together at E&Y. His “work hard but enjoy life” attitude is something I still try to emulate. His big personality will be missed by many people. Linda, Monica and I appreciated you and TL looking after us back then by inviting us over for dinner many times and genuinely taking in an interest in our lives. We never forgot that. Words can’t properly impart how we feel about both of you so consider this a virtual hug.
Peter and Monica
Linda and Family
We were saddened to hear of Terry's passing. Terry was a true leader in all aspects of life -Personally,in business and to the end in Philanthropy. You, Terry and family were great neighbors however he could not put up with my game on the golf course (understandably). He will be missed by many in NB and NS.
Our sincere thoughts
Gerry and Deanie
Linda and family, as you know, I was blessed to spend my formidable years under Terry's guidance and wisdom. Terry always set the bar for "taking the high-road". In good times and bad, he was a man of character and principle ; I am thankful for our years together.
Please accept my deepest sympathies along with those of the Management and Staff of Mitchell McConnell Insurance.
TL , you will be forever missed.