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Paul Terrill

Paul Terrill

Tuesday, May 12, 2020
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Obituary

Paul Edward Terrill ~ Passed away peacefully at home with family by his side on May 12, 2020 just shy of his 80th birthday. Paul was the cherished partner of 60 years of his beautiful wife (his “Dreamboat”) Judy (Lyons), his true partner in life. Loving father of Lianne Franklin (Gene), Dan and friend Helen Finnegan, Geoff (Kim), and Amy Butler (Kent). Dear grandfather, “Dandy”, of Erin Evans (Mat), Andrew Franklin (Meredith Bee), Kole Terrill, Jenna, Sydney and Jade Terrill and Elise and Laura Butler as well as great-grandfather of Connor and Paige Evans. Wonderful brother to Jim (Shirley), Catherine (John Leggatt) and Elizabeth MacDuffee (Gord) (predeceased) and brother in-law to Geri Strassburger (predeceased) (Paul) and Kathy Henry (Ray). Predeceased by his parents Grant and Bertha Terrill and parents in-law, Merrill and Edith Lyons, as well as Grandma Kay Lyons. Paul was deeply loved by many nieces, nephews, a large extended family and friends. Children were particularly fond of Paul. He and Judy had a wonderful marriage full of love, joy, travel and companionship that began when they were just teenagers. One of their favourite memories was the 17,000 mile RV trip. Together they supported their family’s activities and pursuits, no matter where it took them. Paul lived his entire life to the fullest. He was very active, enjoying cottaging and cool cars, curling, golf, cycling, skiing, hiking, camping, hunting, fishing the John’s Creek, sailing, boating and water skiing. He sure could carve up a wake! Professionally he started as a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse in Bexley Township, worked in the publishing field, farmed, established a national car wash distributorship and was a real estate agent and broker since 1974. Paul was one of three founding members of the Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation and served as President of many organizations including Kawartha Real Estate Board, Lindsay Curling Club and Friends Cemetery. Even during a battle with glioblastoma he continued to work and stay active. He even took up paddle-boarding and the moniker “Rocketman 100” which he had full-colour tattooed on his arm to demonstrate his will to beat cancer. He believed you could do anything you set your mind to and instilled that in his family. Paul will be greatly missed by all who knew him and especially by his loyal dog Two Socks. A special thank you to Dr. Graham Loeb, the palliative team care, Dr. Mason and Maureen Daniels at the Pencer Brain Tumour Centre at Princess Margaret Hospital and Dr. Spears at St. Michael’s Hospital. A private funeral will be held for the family with internment at the Linden Valley Friends Cemetery. Due to Covid-19, a Celebration of Life will take place at a later date. If desired, a donation can be made to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Kawartha Lakes and Friends Cemetery.
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    Location
    Friends Cemetery
    Address
    Eden Road and Peniel Road
    Cambray, Ontario K0M 2T0
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Donations are being accepted for: BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF KAWARTHA LAKES.

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Mary and Keith Balsdon

Posted at 03:49pm
To Judy and family - Deepest sympathy from Keith and myself in the loss of Paul. I have many good memories of a long-time real estate colleague and friend. He will be missed by all. May your many happy memories be of comfort to you. Mary Balsdon
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Kathleen Short

Posted at 11:01am
Bert and Kathleen Short, our deepest condolences to the Terrill family for the loss of a very genuine man, he was truly a great golf friend to Bert who enjoyed him immensely ,
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Bruce, Diana Rogers

Posted at 10:05am
This is very sad news. We offer our sympathy to Paul's family and friends. We had the pleasure of curling with Paul. One of the most clever curlers on the ice, Paul always made sure the game was fun and convivial. He loved to win but always demonstrated what good sportsmanship is all about. What an appetite he had for life. What a brave man right to the end. Paul will be greatly missed by everyone whose life he touched.
- Bruce & Diana Rogers
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Joan and Ken Smith

Posted at 10:01am
Thinking of you at this time.
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Ted Birchard

Posted at 11:59am
Judy, please accept my sincere condolences. I’ve always respected Paul as a genuine, down to earth friend. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Ted Birchard
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