Leonard Terris

In Memorial

August 20, 1955 – August 19, 2013

We are sorry to announce the passing of Leonard at the age of 57, after a long, hard fought battle with cancer.
Predeceased by his father Jack and sister Lynda. Len is survived by his mother Laurene, brothers; Jim, John (Deb), Kevin & sisters; Carol (Doug), Debbie & Charlotte; Many nieces and nephews. Many relatives and close friends will lovingly remember him.

He will be remembered for his great sense of humour and his ability to entertain whether it was a small group of friends or a large crowd. Len’s robust laughter will always be remembered.
Family wishes to thank McKenney Creek Hospice and Dr. Mawani.

Memorial Service to be held Saturday, September 7, 2013 at 11:00am at the Burnett Fellowship Baptist Church – 20639 123rd Ave. Maple Ridge.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the BC Cancer Foundation.

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  1. Melody Able (Smith)

    I am sending you my condolences from all of the Smith Family ( that live across from you on old dewdney trunk) Leonard will never be forgotten and always in our hearts . I feel that I was lucky to know Leonard from the time I was little until we were all grown up. Thank you Leonard for all the fond memories. Thinking of all your family at this time.

  2. Dear Len ,
    … sorry that you have left us but I’m sure we’ll still hear your big boisterous laugh all the way from the heavens.
    You will leave a big void in many lives.
    Thinking of you my friend.
    Condolences to all of your family.
    Mary Lou xox

  3. Oh Leo, life just isn’t fair sometimes… It hasn’t even been a week and I miss you so much already. My heart is broken and I still can’t believe you’re actually gone. As hard as it was to let you go, I know you’re now at peace where there is no more pain and suffering. You put up one helluva a fight and showed so much courage and strength throughout your battle. I was lucky to call you my Uncle for 30 years and would have done anything to keep you for 30 more. I will miss your laugh and hearing you say “Hey Rae!” every time you picked up the phone when I called or walked into any room you were in.

    I will love you always and forever and not a day will go by where I don’t think of you. Until we meet again, it’s not goodbye, it’s I’ll see ya later… And until then, please watch over everyone down here and say hi to the loved ones that we lost before you that I know you`ve now been reunited with.

    Love Rae

  4. Kathy Pring(lambright)

    So sorry to hear of Leonards passing.So true of his boisterous voice. Memories are our treasure. Know that you will be thought of at this time. Gone to soon. Regards Kathy

  5. So sad to hear of Leonards hard long fight and his passsing way to soon.Hope he,s partying with Tyler and the boys up there,he,ll be missed,thinking of you all, Laurie

  6. Recently a number gathered for the 40th reunion of the MRSS Class of 1973.Leonard’s name came up several times in conversations. Tho we often go our separate ways, we do remeber those that shared our youth with us…..
    and we are thankful for them.
    Condolences to the families.

  7. Lori (Docking) McGinnis

    So sad to hear of Len’s passing. Thinking of you during this difficult time. With heartfelt condolences…Lori

  8. So sorry for your loss. Len was a great friend in school. He will leave a hole in many hearts

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