Terry Van Bussel

Terry Van Bussel, 55, of London Ontario, born May 6, 1964 to Bernadine and Jack Van Bussel, died peacefully after a brief illness on March 14, 2020 surrounded by his family. Terry was a rebel who liked to do things his own way. He was an excellent father and a great son and brother. He loved his kids, his cats, the music of Lemmy, and he worked hard his whole life. Terry’s life and love will be missed by his mother Bernadine, his 3 loving children, Emma (Terry S.), Gregory J. (Kaiden) and Matthew, and his siblings Frank (Zeina), George (Sally), Maria (Greg) and Lisa (Mickey). He is predeceased by his father Jack. He will also be greatly missed by his niece and nephews, his many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and co-workers as well as his cats Zeus and Neena. A private cremation will be held with a celebration of life to follow at a later date.

Love me forever or not at all

End of our tether, backs to the wall

Give me your hand, don’t you ever ask why

Promise me nothing, live till we die

Love Me Forever, Motörhead 1991

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Terry’s name to St. Joseph’s Hospice,  London.

 

24 Comments on “Terry Van Bussel”

  1. Sincere condolences to Terry’s children and all his family. His grumpy greetings and sarcasm will be sorely missed.

  2. My condolences to the entire Van Bussel family. Terry and I were nieghbours at the beginnings of our married lives, I will remember him and our time together forever .

    1. To measure the man, measure the heart.
      Malcolm Forbes

      I always enjoyed your company. I remember you coming into the store shortly after Gregory was born. Your next stop was to buy a newspaper as a keepsake for your son. It was such a wonderful idea that I purchased copies of the Victoria Times Colonist after both our granddaughters were born.

      My condolences to Terry ‘s children and extended family

  3. My only memories of Terry are good memories. We were very close friends at one time in our early lives, and as a friend he was without fault. Honest, intelligent, witty and profound.
    When I got my first motorcycle, Terry’s place off Richmond St. was my first stop, and that ride we took up to Lucan and around the town is something I will always remember, and some of the other great times we had as well.
    He was a really good man. My deepest condolences go out to his family, and to all the people who loved him.

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Condolences to you, Tante Bernie and all your family.

  5. So sorry to read of the passing of your brother, Lisa. Sending my most sincere condolences to you and your family and thinking of you at this sad time.

  6. Dear Tante Bernie, our sincere sympathy with Terry’s passing to you and the entire family and friends.
    Terry was an amazing person and cousin and I have wonderful memories, especially when Monique and I were little and how special he made us feel. Love to you from Mona, Mike and the children

  7. Dear Tante Berny
    You and everyone who loved Terry are in my thoughts. I have wonderful memories of Terry’s good heart and kindness when we played together as kids, and when we had conversations as adults. Thinking of you and sending love, Corinne

  8. Lisa.
    My sincere sympathies to you and the entire Van Bussel family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Gail Johnso

  9. Lisa.
    My sincere sympathies to you and the entire Van Bussel family. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
    Gail

  10. I only met Terry a few times at Maria and Gregs. He was one of those people, that after you left the party, you regretted not having a chance to have had a real conversation with because you got the sense they had something special to share. My deep condolences to all of his children, family and friends. Cheryl Leigh

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