Terry Stephens Obituary, Death – Terry Duane Stephens, 50, of Quincy, passed away January 29, 2015 surrounded by his family at the Community Health Center of Branch County. At one o’clock in the afternoon on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, the funeral ceremony will be place at the Northview Christian Church in Coldwater, with Pastor Jeff Bream presiding. After the service, the burial will take place in the Lyon Lake Cemetery in Marshall. On Tuesday, February 3, 2015, commencing at 11:00 AM, there will be a visitation that takes place before to the service that will be held at Northview Christian Church.
The Dutcher Funeral Home in Coldwater is in charge of making the necessary arrangements. In South Bend, Indiana, Terry Stephens was brought into the world by his parents, Ronald and Northa (Adams) Stephens. In 1984, he received his diploma from Quincy High School, and on November 13, 1987, he tied the knot with Dawn M. Pomranka in Coldwater. Before working for Marsh Brothers in Allen, Terry was employed by Dana Corporation in Angola, Indiana. He had been employed by Auto Form Tool Manufacturing (ATM) in Angola, Indiana, for the preceding six years.
Terry participated in a number of community events, including the Quincy Tip-Up Pageant and previous Coldwater Car Show / Swap meetings. He was an enthusiastic outdoorsman who cherished activities like as hunting, camping, canoeing, and driving his dune buggy in his spare time. He loved to joke with family and friends and was known for always wearing a pair of sandals. Terry had a reputation for being exceedingly generous to those around him.
He cherished the time he got to spend with his children and grandchildren, especially the younger ones.
Terry is survived by his wife, Dawn; his children, Melissa (David) Bounlangsy of Merced, CA, Terry (TJ) Duane (Jennifer) Stephens Jr., and Kayla Stephens all of Quincy; his grandsons Dylan, Evan, Aidan, Ethan, and Tanner; and his siblings, Ronald Stephens, Jr. of Quincy, Ronald Stephens of Quincy, and Terry Stephens Sr. of Quincy. Curtis (Deana) Stephens of Quincy, Cheryl (Steven) Blair of Coldwater, Adam (Brenda) Stephens of Angola, IN.; his paternal grandmother, Goldie Stephens of Eden, NC; his special aunt and uncle, Margaret (David) Houvener of Quincy; his special friends, Scott (Becky) Preston of Angola, IN. He also leaves many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Terry’s parents had already passed away before he was born.