Terry Edsall

Terry Roy Edsall

Monday, August 1st, 1955 - Thursday, January 9th, 2020
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Edsall, Terry Roy
Passed away peacefully at the Welland Hospital on Thursday, January 9, 2020 at the age of 64. Lovingly missed by his wife of 43 years Charlotte (nee Spek). Beloved father of Jeremy, Justin, Jesse (Andrea) and Shari (Toby).
Cherished grandfather of Austin, Braden, Tyler, Cayden, Lillian and Carter. Dear son of James and brother of David (Deb). Terry has joined his mother Florence Edith, and brothers Lloyd and Don in heaven.

Terry was a hard-working man who worked with his hands at many jobs throughout his life. He was the most fulfilled when he was in the structural moving business with his company Edsall Building Movers. Terry's hands were always busy and his family and friends knew that they could count on him whenever they needed something done. Terry's life was dedicated to his children, for whom there was nothing he wouldn't do.
"Still waters run deep".

Family and friends will be received at the PEDLAR FUNERAL HOME, 1292 Pelham Street, Fonthill on Saturday, January 18th from 10 am - 12 pm with the celebration of Terry's life beginning at 12:00 noon.

As an expression of sympathy donations may be made to the War Amps.
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 18th, 2020 | 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Saturday, January 18th, 2020 10:00am - 12:00pm
    James L. Pedlar Funeral Home
    1292 Pelham Street
    Fonthill, ON
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  • Service

    Saturday, January 18th, 2020 | 12:00pm
    Saturday, January 18th, 2020 12:00pm
    James L. Pedlar Funeral Home
    1292 Pelham Street
    Fonthill, ON
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


Donations are being accepted for: THE WAR AMPUTATIONS OF CANADA.


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Posted at 01:55pm
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
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Fred Spek

Posted at 02:14pm
I knew Terry since we were teenagers, and he was interested in my sister Charlotte, who he of course married. We lived in the same village, and he'd often walk past our place with his AM/FM radio and we'd compare radios, and discuss the best stations for music. Sometimes he'd take me on rides in his "muscle-car", a powerful '69 Chevrolet. Much more recently he helped us at our cottage, the bunkie was leaning and he, being an expert building raiser and mover, brought a jack and guided me as to what to do. He also liked fishing and encouraged his grandson to have the patience fishing requires. Terry holds the size record for large-mouth bass caught off our dock!

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Posted at 09:47am
To Jeremy & family, with sincere condolences Our thoughts are with you.
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Beverly Taft

Posted at 09:35pm
When Fred and I got married, I gained five sisters, two brothers, five brothers-in-law, and a lovely bunch of nephews and nieces. Sister Charlotte’s husband Terry passed away last week after a short time in hospital. Terry was a quiet guy, keenly observant of his surroundings, who was not chatty, but when he had something to say, it was important. He was very knowledgeable on many subjects but never boastful or bossy about things, so you might not know his depth if you didn’t ask questions. A very patient and considerate teacher – and an excellent cook, he showed me how to make fall-off-the-bone ribs. Yum! And it seemed to me he could handle any kind of building/structural or carpentry issue. Like an engineer, he knew how to pick up a house and relocate it to somewhere else. Amazing. For many years, he and Charlotte ran their own company, “Edsall Building Movers.” In recent summers, I really liked seeing him with his grandson Cayden. He used that old-school discipline that feels rare these days: stern, no nonsense commands that were full of warmth and love – sometimes with a twinkle or sly wink to the adult(s) nearby. In their yard, he built a large fenced-in compost area to nurture Charlotte’s beautiful garden. He even made a garden sculpture (was it a birdhouse?) out of part of her old piano. Terry was peaceful and easy to be around. I really liked him, and I’m sorry not to have the chance to just sit around and ask him more questions, and share a meal outside by a fire. Much love to Charlotte and the kids and grandkids and nieces and nephews and all the family. We’ll celebrate Terry’s life this weekend. Hope you’re having some beautiful small moments with people you care about.

Isaac Van Ravenswaay

Posted at 03:40pm
Charlotte and Family,
My sincere condolences on your loss. My thoughts and prayers are will you during this difficult time,

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