Terry W Thompson born on June 13, 1940, passed away Sunday October 16, 2022. Terry was the son of Willard Harris and Doris Marie Hollingshead of Flushing Michigan.
He was a Navy Veteran that is survived by his wife Carol, son Michael (and Denise) Thompson, daughter Jodi (and Dave) Hicks, daughter Tennille Rogers, brother Alan (and Debbie) Thompson, sister Lynne (and Woody) Mannisto, 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Terry was an avid hunter, fisherman, bird watcher, reader, McDonalds aficionado, and he was a banker in his spare time until he retired. Master of puns, food stealer extraordinaire, and jokester by nature, he was always the life of any family get-together.
Visitation will take place on Thursday, October 20, 2022 from 3:00PM-5:00PM with a Celebration of Life Service beginning at 4:00PM at The Good Samaritan Funeral Home 3362 North Highway 16 Denver, NC 28037.
The family would like to thank all of the friends, neighbors and caregivers that have been so kind during our time of sorrow.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
Thank you again for all of your loving support as we celebrate the life of this incredible man!
Terry was always such a good sport when we invaded their home every summer for our annual girl weekends.We have nothing but wonderful and hilarious memories of Terry.I always felt loved when he was near and his love for his wife and family was such a joy to be around! My heart hurts for us all.
Truly an inspiration to us all. Every greeting was a hug and a smile… I’ll miss those hugs.. RIP Terry… you will be forever loved and missed.
Terry was an amazing person and an even better neighbor. I will forever see him walking with his walking stick and that wonderful smile on his face. His hugs were the greatest!! This is not good bye Terry this is will see you again. With a heavy heart but full of love you will always hold a place in our heart. you will be missed and loved forever.
In my spare time, I worked with Terry while he was president of the Standish bank. Even though he was the president and I was just an employee I never felt as if I work for Terry. He always made you feel that you worked with him, as equals, to develop strategy, complete projects or solve problems. He cared deeply about people, a trait that helped him as president to serve the bank’s customers and employees. To me, he was a mentor and a friend. Of all the people I have met in my life, he was one of my most favorite. I will always remember the smile on his lips and the twinkle in his eye.
Carol – sorry for your loss. Our prayers for you and your family are for peace and comfort.