TERRY JAMES BUCKPosted: March 25th, 2013
May 16 1970 – March 17 2013
Passed away in Medicine Hat Alberta. Terry is survived by his three children, Ashley (Anthony) Dumaresq-Gerein, Michael Buck ,and Liam Buck. Terry was predeceased by his Father Jim Buck and leaves behind to mourn his Mother Christene Buck and the mothers of his children; Suzanne Gray, Daina Lacey and Nicole Drader. Terry was a brother to Joe (Mickey) Buck and Amber (Devon) Banman. He was an Uncle to Dakota and Cassidy Buck, a Nephew, Cousin, and friend to many. Those who knew Terry well knew him as a person who loved with his whole heart. He was passionate about his family, music, and the Kootenay area.
There will be a memorial service at the Cranbrook Days Inn Ballroom on Kootenay Street. Saturday March 30 2013 at 2:00pm. Friends and Family are invited to join us in a day of remembrance.
It is with heavy heart that we hear of the passing of Terry. We had the pleasure of conversing and knowing him as he had lived with us for a short time. He always had a shoulder to lean on, when in need, and a ear that would listen for someone in need. We considered him a dear friend and will sadly miss him. Rest in peace, Terry.
This is Windy. Dee, and Clayton Dick’s step daughter.
I am so sorry for your loss. In my childhood Terry and Joey were like brothers to me. I am so sad to have never been able to say good bye. I send my love and prayers.
This heart breaking news has reached me here in California. There will always be a place in my heart for this little boy that with his family was such a part of my life for so many years. I can truly say gone but not forgotten. Once love enters the heart neither time, distance or loss can take that love away. To those of you closest to Terry, I send sincere condolences to all of you. Christine, I send you love from my heart.
Our deepest condolences for your loss. May the Almighty God strengthen and comfort you ..2 Corinthians 1:3-4.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Terry stole my heart and taught me how to kiss before I attended kindergarten, as he did with other young girls in the area. Always wondered what happened to him. Sad to hear he is no more, & that it has taken me so long to find out about this! I have fond memories of him & glad to see I’m not the only one. Wish I got know him in his adult life…Wish all the best & peace to surviving family & friends.