Terrance A. Price

March 18, 1952 – December 24, 2021
In Loving Memory ~
Terry was taken from us so unexpectedly after a short battle with cancer. Terry was a wonderful man with a generous heart and a gentle soul … he was the best brother anyone could have asked for. He was both a great uncle and friend and was blessed with good friends, some with whom I had the opportunity to meet.
Terry was a people person and liked to socialize. He liked to hang out with his friends whether it was for dinner, meat draws, car racing or anything else that might be happening. Although Terry was a trucker he also drove airport limousines, school buses and tour buses.
He even tried roofing but that wasn’t for him. Terry was a certified baseball umpire and traveled around BC to ump the games. He played men’s hockey and liked snowmobiling. Terry liked ocean fishing and flashy lures that seemed to catch the fish.
Terry always had a passion for car racing and finally got the chance to partner with a friend in a race car and this year he got to drive in a race …He was so excited and loved every minute of it but who knew it would be his first and last ride.
Terry was born in Vancouver and grew up between the Lower Mainland and the Okanagan. He was predeceased by his father Jim and his mother Kay.
He is survived by a brother Wayne(Nonie), his sister Darlene(Keith) Wilson and many nieces and nephews.
Terry will be greatly missed by his family and friends … MISSING YOU ALWAYS AND MAY YOU REST IN PEACE
Nothing loved is ever lost. No one who has ever touched a heart can really pass away, because memories remain and love lives on.

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