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Terry Glen King

Passed 06/27/2020

Obituary for Terry Glen King

Aged 54, from Dartmouth. Passed June 27, 2020.

It is with broken hearts and great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved husband, father, son, brother and uncle.

He was the son of the late Dudley and Lottie(Bernard) King of Woodside. He is survived by his partner in life Cindy(Cairns), sons Brandon, Evan and his daughter Alyson. Brothers Rickey (Lesia) King, Dudley (Leigh) King, Danny King. Sisters Elaine(Bryan) King, Janice King, Tina (Garry) Dibbin, Lynn (Marty) King. Also by his many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Terry was a huge family man and an amazing Dad. His children were his life, his daughter, was the sparkle in his eye. Our dog, Max, was his shadow who will forever miss their playtime and daily trips to Tim's. It wouldn't be right not to mention his love of marijuana because anyone who knew him, knew it was a big part of his life. He was a very hard worker, a flooring installer by trade, who took great pride in his work. He enjoyed playing Kings Crib, washer toss and a good game of darts with his nephews and his many friends.

A celebration of his life may be announced at a later date.

No words can express the loss we feel. The hole in our hearts will never be filled. He was truly loved and will be forever missed.

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So sorry to hear of Terry's passing. I will never forget the great times we all had together. Prayers and blessings to the whole King family. RIP Terry. Tanya Henry
- Tanya Henry
Cindy I wanted to offer my deepest Condolences to you and the kids. I cannot imagine the sadness in your hearts. I hope you are able to find a bit of comfort knowing how many lives Terry touched and how loved he was. He will be forever watching over his Family.
- Kelly Bruce
Nothing but good memories of Terry. He was always smiling and quick to share a kind word. I remember being a little kid running around my Grandmothers house on Mason Street and there was always movement at the King homestead to be seen and heard over the fence. Late nights partying and laughing are a sign of good times. They had a very special dynamic and Terry wore that in his smile and good nature. Rest easy Terry. Gone way too early.
- Gord Inkpen
So Sorry to hear of Terry"s passing.We went to school together and he always had a pleasant smile when he came through tim hortons.My condolences to the family.
- eileen whalen
So very sorry to hear of Terrys sudden passing.I remember lots of good ole crazy times" back in the day", you and Lynn and the gang in the basement or hang-out at the park.My sincerest sympathies go to your wife and children and all the King Family.Terry will live on forever in his children. With Deepest Condolences and sharing your sorrow..Sharon Bezanson
- Sharon DesBarres
sending sincere Condolences to Cindy and the King Family. So sorry to hear of Terry's passing. May he rest in peace.
- Faye Lovett
My deepest sympathy to the King family. He truly was a great hard working guy. He will be missed.
- Shelley McGregor
Sorry to hear of Terry's sudden passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to the entire King family.
- Linda White
Sending my condolences to the family. Love and hugs to you all. Xo
- Sharron Foster
Too the King Family so sorry for the loss of Terry,may he rest in peace !!
- Bonny Gosbee
Elaine, and your entire family, we want you to know that we are thinking of you in this very sad time. I know you are a very close family and you will keep Terry's memory alive with all the good memories you have shared together over the years. Bob & Donna Bonnelly
- Donna Bonnelly
Remember Terry well from the ole Woodside days. Haven't seen or talked to him for years. But remember him well. My sincere condolences to the King family for your loss. There is a special place in heaven for Woodsiders and Terry is definitely there with them. RIP Terry.
- David Pendergast
We are so sorry to say good bye to a fellow Woodsider, Terry King was the most funniest, kindest, giving guy. He was "One of a kind" everyone who knew him, loved his crazy nature. A family man, dog lover, brother and friend. My deepest condolances goes out to the King family his wife and children. So hard to say good bye to a brother like friend. I'll look up to the stars and think of you and all the memories you left us.
- Anna Leggat
Terry King.. A Woodside legend. Everyone knew him, most of us loved him. Those that didnt, well.. They must have done him wrong at some point. He attended many a party at the Helpard house. And always had your back, no matter what was going down. Terry was an absolutely amazing, unique and dependable guy. I wish I could have seen you later in your life to witness that phase in your life. You were a mentor to many, and a man many looked up to. My condolences to your wife, kids, and everyone who loved you. You are memorialized in our hearts. As real as it got.. Sleep, my friend.
- Eli Helpard
To the King Family, Condolences and heartfelt sympathies. My Wife (Betty Lou) and I are extremely saddened to hear of Terry's passing. We are shocked and in disbelief. Stand strong against this unfortunate, untimely event in all of your lives. Your World lost a smile that can't be replaced. I hope one day his smile will bring a smile on your face before it brings a tear to your eye. Sincerely, Mike and Bette LeClair.
- Mike LeClair
RIP my Woodside Brother Terry King!!! Condolences to the King Family and to Cindy , Brandon, Evan & Alyson & Max!! I'm not a religious man but I believe God chooses his toughest warriors to fight his hardest battles and he chose you!! I know you're gone but you will never be forgotten Terry King!! I will cherish our time together brother. Our many crazy adventures and experiences we had!! No matter how long it was that we didn't see or hear from each other it was like we saw each and talked to each other the day before!! You and you're family treated me like family!!! At the end of the day we always had each other's back!! Keep you're mind at ease Terry we will take care of Cindy and the kids !! Love you like a brother!!! RIP Terry King Condolences from Kevin Jansen
- Kevin Jansen
So sorry to see this about Terry. We grew up in Woodside together and also went to school together. Havent seen him years but still very very sad. My thoughts and prayers go out to his FAMILY. May you now R.I.P. God has called on another angel to except their wings and this time it was you.
- Gloria

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