In Memory

Terry Nance

Terry Nance

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07/05/15 12:25 PM #1    

Kathy Hanlin (Hale)

My heartfelt condolences are sent to Virginia, family and friends of Terry.  You are in my prayers.

07/05/15 01:09 PM #2    

Chuck Bent


Terry was a Lakeland native born on October 6, 1943, and spent his entire life as a Lakeland resident.  He married his wife Virginia Edwards who is also a member of the LHS Class of 1963.  They recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.  Both Terry & Virginia participated in our Monthly Breakfast get togethers.

Terry worked for Walt Disney World as a technician for 32 years. 

He is survived by his wife, Virginia and their children, Terry E. Nance, Jr., Tracy Kimble, Tom Nance, Tiffany Lord, and Toby Nance, Sr.; sister, Ann Kneeland; grandchildren, Ashlea, Jessica, Britney, Ethan, Lily, Toby Jr., Olivia, and Landon; great grandchildren, Elizabeth, Justin, Shelby, and Aubrey.

Terry, 71, died on July 3, 2015.

He will be missed.


07/06/15 04:40 PM #3    

Toni Gengler (Maddox)

Virginia and Terry were one of my favorite couples at LHS and all these years later when I would run into Virginia.  My thoughts and prayers are with you Virginia and your family.  Toni Gengler Maddox

07/06/15 06:24 PM #4    

Michael Durhan

Always a nice person.  Always a good person.  Can't top that......

07/06/15 08:19 PM #5    

Carol McConville (Williams)

Terry and Virgnia were the best couple around. Terry was my cousin. Terry had wonderful parents and a good start in life.   Virginia gave him beautiful children and they had a wonderful life. God has blessed them both.

Carol McConville Williams

07/07/15 05:18 PM #6    

Pat Snapp (Wagner)

Such a wonderful classmate & very fine family man..Always enjoyed Terry & Virginia in

high school ..Has been wonderful to see them at the recent 1963 Class parties..

breakfast..CHRISTMAS Parties..He is missed but out of pain..Prayers to Virginia & Family

Patricia Snapp Wagner

08/10/15 03:53 PM #7    

Bob Harter

I was lucky enough to see Terry at Oakbridge before he went home for the last time. I think that it was really special that he & Ginny got to share over 50 years together. At his service it was nice to see his wonderful family & to see what a great husband, father & grandfather he was. He fought a brave fight & will be missed.

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