Wesley Terryberry

February 2, 2018: Wesley Strachan Terryberry, passed away peacefully at Bluewater Health in Sarnia

Born July 29, 1941 Niagara Falls Ontario. Beloved husband, proud father and grandfather. Survived by; his wife Anna, son Daniel; his wife Laura and grandson Spencer, son Edward and his wife Kim and grandson Steven.His successful professional career began in engineering for Westinghouse, and TPR (Thompson products), followed by Human Resources at CIL, Polysar (Sarnia & Europe), Mitel and retiring as Vice-president Human Resources Spar Aerospace.
He enjoyed and excelled at many hobbies through his life and into retirement; painting, woodworking, stained glass, photography and adventure travelling.
Sympathy may be expressed through a donation to Bluewater Health Sarnia or London Health Science Hospitals.
Messages of condolence may be sent to www.lifetransitions.ca

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  1. Dear Anna and family,
    My sincere condolences on the passing of Wes. Please know that you will be in my thoughts in the days ahead.
    In loving support,
    Pat Spencer

  2. Anna, I’m so very sorry to hear that Wes has passed away. I have fond memories of both Wes and you from my early days in the camera club. You were so kind and welcoming, just lovely people to be around, with an energy that made others feel comfortable and at ease. And Wes’s enthusiasm – not to mention his entertaining and speedy A/V presentations – was a delight. Wes was a special person and he will be missed. My thoughts are with you Anna.
    Christine

  3. Anna I send my condolences to the family at this time. You especially have a place in my heart and so will you for Wes who will be sadly missed by all. Hugs and warm thoughts headed your way.
    Vera Didier

  4. Anna, words can’t express how sorry we are to hear about the passing of Wes. I have so many fond memories and both of you were an integral part of my beginnings into photography. He will be greatly missed. Our condolences.
    June and Howie

  5. Bill and I send our deep sorrow in hearing this loss to you Anna and the kids. We have always enjoyed and treasured Wes and his sense of enjoyment of life. Our thoughts and blessings are with you. Joyce

  6. Oh Anna! Rob and I are so very sorry for your loss. You and Wes have always been so supportive and kind to me and supportive of the photographers in the club. He had a great sense of humour and I have great memories laughing and joking around with him. Our sincere condolences, Anna to you and your family.

  7. Dear Anna,
    We wish to send our condolences to you and your family. Wes and you have a special place in my heart. We loved the time we had together and will always remember them.
    Thanks for the rides and memories.
    Elly & Wally

  8. Dear Anna, I am so sorry to read of your loss. Wes will be fondly remembered by all who knew him. I remember the first AV I saw at the Photography Club was “The Butts of Africa” by Wes … it still makes me smile. He’ll be sorely missed.

  9. Dear Anna and family.
    I am so sorry to hear about Wes. I always enjoyed talking to Wes and loved his sense of humor. I know he will be greatly missed by you and your family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  10. Anna and family,
    Sorry to hear about Wes today. I will miss his sense of humour and have always enjoyed his love of photography and his AV’s that I’ve enjoyed over the years. It was also great fun when you and Wes traveled with me over the years. He will be greatly missed. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

  11. Dear Anna & Ed
    I was very dismayed when I heard about the passing of Wes earlier today. I am going to miss his humour especially in his AV’s that he loved to share with us. Condolences to the Terryberry family on Wes’s passing
    Rose & Herb Gallaway

  12. Anna and family,
    May you find peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead.

  13. Dear Anna, I was so shocked and saddened to hear of Wes’ passing. So very sorry to hear this sad news. He was such a happy and friendly man. His A/V’s at the photo club meetings were hilarious. Sending my sincere condolences. You are in my thoughts and prayers, Anna. Martha

  14. Anna, I am so very sorry for your loss of Wes. He was wonderful to be around at camera club meetings; his presentations were energetic and matched his engaging wit. It was also delightful to discuss travelling with him, as he always seemed to have enjoyed his trips together with you and had such good suggestions for places to see. My thought are with you and your family.

  15. I was so sorry to hear that Wes had passed away, we will all miss him so much. My condolences to you all.

  16. Kelly and Damon O’Connor
    Anna, we are so sorry for your loss and will miss Wes greatly. He was always so quick with a smile and a kind or encouraging comment. His love for life and those he held dear was always evident. He was able to convey the enjoyment of his camera and your travels with both skill and a comedic element. Damon remembers the many conversations they shared at break about flying, guns and life! Our thoughts are with you and your family.

  17. I was shocked and sorry to hear about Wes.As you know we had a strong relationship and he will be missed

  18. Anna, I am so deeply sorry we have lost Wes. He was a very special friend who helped me maintain my sanity during the years I was the full-time caregiver for my mother. The photography outings, lively discussions about politics and philosophy, reminiscing about our careers and challenges over coffee every few days, will be sorely missed. He was a good and trusted friend, who waited to pass until the day after my mother passed. You have both been special friends for which I am deeply grateful.

  19. Dear Anna, I am so sorry to hear of Wes’s death, I would like to extend my sincere condolences to you and your family.
    Wes was my right hand man during the time that I coordinated events for the photo club, he always enthusiastically volunteed to help with anything that needed to be done. I always enjoyed his photography skill and crazy sense of humour. He will be missed.
    My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
    Sincerely, Joan Elliott

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