Terry Beedle

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Terry Beedle

Terry Beedle passed on September 20th, 2019.  Terry was born June 30, 1942, he spent his childhood in Indiana.

Terry served in the Navy on the USS Dixie in the early seventies.  Following the Navy, Terry married and had three children.

Terry had a sharp mind and amazing memory. He had many talents: he was an auto mechanic, he was proficient at solving most anything having to do with electrical or plumbing, he loved sailing and bee keeping and he was a firewalker just to name a few.  Terry was also a Ham Radio Operator and enjoyed attending the annual Field day for Ham Radio Operators.

Terry graduated of from the International Assembly of Spiritual Healers and Earth Stewards Congregations.

He was a member of the VFW 2995 & Fraternal Order of Eagles 2681 & Fraternal Order of Eagles 3995. Terry loved to spending time with his friends playing Bingo and Pinochle.

In his later years, he spent a great deal of time at the Sno-Valley Senior Center where he loved to socialize, playing many games of dominoes and scrabble. He served on the board of the Sno-Valley Senior Center for several years.

Terry is survived by his three children; John, Mark & Troy and grandchildren Donald & Twana.

Terry had many friends and was known by many as “Grandpa” and “Cupcake”.  He had a heart of gold and would help anyone he could.  Terry will be greatly missed.

A celebration of Terry’s life will be held on Friday, November 1, 2019 1:00 p.m. at Carnation-Sno-Valley Senior Center, 4610 Stephens Ave, Carnation, WA 98014.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Carnation Sno-Valley Senior Center.

Please sign in at www.bartonfuneral.com  and feel free to leave words of condolences or a funny story that friends and family will be able to share.

 

2 Responses to “Terry Beedle”

  • Jim and Mavis Board says:

    We saw Terry at the Eagles all the time and enjoyed visiting with him.
    We also played bingo with him at the American Legion, we always had a good time when he was there.
    hope you and Myrna are playing bingo now. We will miss you.

  • Glenn Wilson says:

    As an old friend from the valley, Terry was a great guy that will be missed by many. He was a walking encyclopedia having a depth of knowledge on many topics. He was as colorful as he was creative and always a pleasure to with. As a lasting memory, Terry always put others before himself; a lesson we can all learn from. Rest in peace Grandpa…

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