The family announces with great sadness the passing of Terence "Terry" Carl Stuckless at his home in Pickerel River, Ontario, on Saturday, August 22nd, 2020. Age 68 years.
He leaves behind his wife Joan, and children Terry Jr. and Heather (Dan). Granddaughters Katie and Hailey, daughter-in-law Pam (Don) also his furry friends Harley and Roxy. Terry was a brother to Marion Kennedy (Ray), Cynthia Stuckless/ Carito (Sam), Peggy Ball, Robert Stuckless (Lorraine), as well as niece and nephews. Predeceased by parents Garland and Caroline Stuckless, and sister Viola Grallant (Paul).
Terry retired from Inco, loved to hunt and spend time with his family and friends and always gave a helping hand. He will be missed by many.
There will be no service at this time.
There are no words to express our sadness Joan. Terry was such a good friend to our family. We are going to miss him very much. Our family wishes you and yours much strength and comfort for the days ahead.✝️❤️😘-Steve, Maria, David, Daniella and Mira Afonso Montague
To the Stuckless family. So sorry for the loss of your Brother, Husband, Father, Grandfather, and Uncle.
My thoughts are with you at this time
Such happy memories of our time spent with Terry & Joan on our visits from Scotland. Terry was a lovely friend and our thoughts are with Joan and the family at this time. Sending you all our love. We will miss you Terry, fly high with the angels 💕-Susan & Stephen Bringhurst
Terry and I are so very sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. Our hearts
go out to you Joan and your families. He will be truly missed by so many.
You and terry have been such good fiends for many years.
Terry will always be in our hearts, therefore, I choose to use the term is.
Terry is such a fun guy to be around, always a laugh, always a good story.
He has such a big heart. He’s always ready to make a new friend. Always wanting to help others.
Through the years, if he knew I had a big project on the go he has always offered help or just showed up. If
he knows someone needs something, he offers what he has. Terry is the
definition of “generosity”.
So many lives are richer due to our time with Terry, mine definitely is.
Our heart felt condolences to all of the Stuckless’s families and especially Joan.
We were blessed to have known Terry and his handy work at camp, he taught us a lot and was always there to lend a helping hand.
Gone but not forgotten.
Chris & Denise
My Condolences to the Family!Terry was a Great Guy! Friendly, Helpful and Loved the Outdoors .He Will Be Greatly Missed! I'll Get a Buck for you this Year Bye!..Rest In Peace Brother Terry-John Harris
My sincere and deepest sympathies to the entire family.Keep your memories close to your heart and know that he will always be with you.-Dennis Walker
Joan, our thoughts and love are with you and your family at this sad time. Terry will always be remembered by us for his friendship, guidance and helping hand to Niall and us. The river will not be the same without him. We hope the following words will be some measure of comfort:
Grief never ends …
but it changes.
It’s a passage,
not a place to stay.
Grief is not a sign of weakness
nor a lack of faith.
It is the price of love.
So sorry for the our loss... i have so many great memories ... big hugs ... stay strong
May God bless-Rob Landers
Joan and family and the Stuckless family ,so shocked to hear of Terrys passing lots of good times growing up in Bishops Falls,playing hockey on the pond,rest in peace my friend-ian faulkner
Joan, Terry Jr, Heather & family - We will sure miss visiting with Terry when hunting season in Silver Water is happening. I will always remember how excited he was the year he shot a big buck, still in his pyjamas across the field from the house. Condolences to you, Joan, and all of your family.-Karen Noble & Albert Meijer
To the Stuckless family. Our condolences for your loss.-UFCW local 12R24
Joan, our hearts hurt for you, and all who love you and Terry. There are no words to relieve you of this grief. Terry will be enormously missed! He was the heart of our Pickerel River home. Bob lost a very cherished long time friend, and we still can't believe it. We spoke of the two of you just minutes before we got the shocking news. COVID kept us from visiting over the past few weeks, and missing your recent visit with Bob makes me so sad. My memories of Terry always bring big smiles! Such an amazingly generous soul. I hope we can come and see you when you are ready to accept visitors. Please let us know if we can do anything for you. Sending you virtual hugs and we are always a quick phone call away. May your memories of your wonderful husband bring you comfort! Xoxo-Terry lynne Walker
Joan and family our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Terry will be missed by many.There are no words to express our shock and sadness at the time of his passing Take care and know that he is dancing with the angels now.-Bruce and Cindy Stuckless
My heart is broken of the loss of my older brother Terry .i talk to you Saturday morning and that night you were gone to be with mom and dad and voila fly with your Wing and give then my love .will miss our talk every morning and before going to bed at night love you and will look after Joan for you love you baby sister-Peggy ball
Joan and family,
Sending my condolences and hugs. That crazy Newfie sure knew how to make us laugh!! He had loads of stories to share with us. I am thinking of you during this sad time.
Joan, our heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Terry was a good friend, always cheery and so helpful. We will miss him. Our thoughts are with you.-Steve & Darlene Wall and family
Our most sincere condolences to the entire family.
Terry, you left this world too early but not without first leaving lasting impressions and memories that will not be forgotten.
We were always greeted with smiles, hugs and handshakes. Your stories, infectious laugh, helpfulness and
generosity will remain with us forever.
I was shocked to hear about terrys passing. Terry was like a brother to me. We had alot of great times, the years camping at daoust lake were great memories. My deepest condolences go out to joan, terry junior and heather and the rest of the family.-Guy Laforest
Will definitely miss him specially his warm smile. No his grin. Moments tend to fade away but memories last forever. REST IN PEACE. HUGS and thoughts to you Joan and family. All the best-Brian Allen
Terry was my life long best friend. We grew up together and went through life together we never talked everyday but he was my best friend he didn’t come home with out a visit to me and I didn’t go to ont with out seeing him I have a life time of memories of my dear friend I can not believe he has been called home Joan and the kids our hearts go out to you. We send you all our love-Glen Moss