OLDROYD, Terry AKA TBone

It is with deep sadness that the Oldroyd family announces the passing of our beloved husband, father, brother, brother in law, uncle and friend. Terry leaves behind his loving wife Susan, adored children Emily, Lucas, Bradley and Dean, also his faithful four legged companion Grace. Terry was born in Brantford the youngest of eight children, Trevor (Theresa), Laurie (Cheryle), Ron (Sandra), Chris (Bill), Jack (Carol), Dave (Connie) and Nancy. Predeceased by his father Harold, mother Mercia and niece Shannon Oldroyd. Terry had a lasting impact on the lives of all who had the honour of knowing him. His kindness, wit, spirit and devotion to his family and friends will be cherished forever in their memories. The family wishes to thank all the doctors, nurses, and all who were involved for the compassionate care given to Terry and family through his journey. Family and friends are invited to join us on Monday February 18, 2019 at the Rope Factory, 111 Sherwood Dr. Brantford. Visitation 1-3pm, service and memorial tribute to follow. Donations may be made to the Stedman Community Hospice or for his sons to be held in trust. Online condolences may be made www.tranquilitycremation.com.

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  1. Cameron Tomkins
    Cameron Tomkins says:

    Will miss you TBone. I wish we had another chance to have one more beer at Indian together. I was almost a Mailman because of you. Too many memories to mention here, a lot of beers, and a lot of …………….. Miss you buddy. See ya when I get there.

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  2. Doyle Family
    Doyle Family says:

    So sorry for your loss Sue and family. Our family first met Terry last summer when the kids where playing baseball. Terry was such a nice man, funny, kind and so great with the kids. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad and difficult time.

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  3. Cindy, Trace Medland
    Cindy, Trace Medland says:

    So sorry for your loss. We just met Terry last summer when Trace and Brad played baseball together. Terry was hilarious and a great guy! May he rest in peace.

    Cindy, Trace Medland

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  4. Dave and Colleen Richardson
    Dave and Colleen Richardson says:

    Pioneer Court will never be the same now that Terry has left. So many times we have enjoyed listening to their shouts and laughter while watching him and his family playing street hockey or baseball from our window . So many times have we watched him being the father that others could only wish too be. So proud he was of his family, you could tell by his eyes when he spoke of them. We will sadly miss his neighborly waves and neighborhood chit chat.
    Sue, Emily, Lucas, Bradley and Dean stay strong,
    Sending you our condolence Dave and Colleen Richardson

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  5. Mark and Karyn Merritt
    Mark and Karyn Merritt says:

    Sending Sue and the kids love, strength, and peace during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Special thoughts to Dean, he is a good friend and classmate to Lindsey.

    Mark, Karyn, and Lindsey Merritt

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  6. Jackie Richardson
    Jackie Richardson says:

    It is with a heavy heart that I offer condolences to Sue, Emily, Lucas, Bradley and Dean.

    Terry, Sue and their family have been wonderful neighbors to my parents for years. Terry will be remembered for the love he had for his family…and also for the many, many, many times he was seen chasing Gracie through the court at high speed when she decided to go visiting the neighbors. He will be missed!

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  7. Derek and Michelle Connor
    Derek and Michelle Connor says:

    Our thoughts are with you.
    Terry’s smile brightened many rooms (and ball parks and arenas…) May the memories of him provide you with some comfort.

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  8. Jay Sinning
    Jay Sinning says:

    The Sinning family sends their deepest condolences. I first met a Terry when our boys played together when they were about 10 years old. We coached together then and always stayed connected through baseball and hockey. Terry is a testament to being devoted to family, a true role model for all parents. A great man has been stolen from us.

    You will be missed my friend.

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  9. Barry Grasby
    Barry Grasby says:

    So sorry to hear….l meet Terry thru baseball when l coached Bradley in the summer games. Just a remarkable man we always would chat and wish each other the best when we ran into each other at the ball diamond. Until we meet again Terry keep the seat open and will finish our friendship.
    Sadly missed

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