Terry Wayne Beck (October 18, 1943 - November 28, 2011)

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Terry Wayne Beck
  • October 18, 1943
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  • November 28, 2011

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Terry Wayne Beck, 68 of Leesburg died Monday, November 28, 2011 Florida Hospital Waterman, Tavares, FL.  Terry was born October 18, 1943 in Allentown, PA to the late Lois and James Beck.  He worked as an Electrical Engineer for Air Products and Chemicals Company for many years.  Terry and his wife moved to Central Florida in 2006 from Pennsylvania.  Terry enjoyed playing horseshoes, fishing in Canada and tinkering on the computer.  He also  spent much of his time volunteering at the Mid Florida Lakes Clubhouse.  Terry could light a room with a joke and would give you the shirt off his back.  His kindhearted nature and great sense of humor will missed by his family, but will live on in all of his children and grandchildren.  He is survived by his loving wife of 36 years, Barbara; two daughters, Tammy Herbal and Sheryl Ludwig both of Pennsylvania; three step-sons, John, Dave and Dennis Keglovics all of Pennsylvania; 13 grandchildren and one great grandchild.  A Life Celebration will be held at a later date in Allentown, Pennsylvania

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  1. Donna Knight says:
    06 Jan 2012
    I worked with Terry at APCI and he was one of the best. He was a Great, Funny Man and will be missed dearly. I kept in contact with Terry during his retirement and I will miss those e-mails. Barbara, my deepest sympathies to you and your family.

  2. Mae and Ellen Ross says:
    05 Jan 2012
    Friends and neighbors, we always had a great time together. Our daughters enjoyed many sleep overs. And Terry made us smile with his hearty laugh. Our deepest sympathies to the whole family.

  3. Vickie Pudliner says:
    03 Jan 2012
    My deepest sympathies to Terry's family, I knew Terry from APCI, we had many laughs together, including a small movie we did about quality, he was Q-Man and only Terry would be able to pull it off! I know he will be missed terribly.

  4. Robert Putnam says:
    02 Jan 2012
    I worked and kept in touch with Terry after his retirement. Some of the best times I had at Air Products were playing cribbage with Terry at lunch time. Whenever I hear the word "Cribbage" or see a cribbage board I'll always think of Terry. My deepest sympathies to Barbara and the family.

  5. Gail & Ken Cortright says:
    01 Jan 2012
    Terry and I went to school together and were neighbors when his girls were small. We wish to express our deepest sympathies to Barbara and his entire family.

  6. Andrea Houlberg says:
    05 Dec 2011
    Barbara my deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. You know that you and Terry became a part of this family when his mother resided here. I will always remember his smile, his jokes and his sincere love for others.

  7. Charles Knight says:
    05 Dec 2011
    I work with Terry for 25 years before Terry's retirement. I will miss his jokes and story telling. Terry was at his best when he was telling one of his stories.

  8. Linda and Mike Groff says:
    05 Dec 2011
    Terry was my supervisor at Air Products for many years. He taught me so much and always made us laugh. He was a great man and will be dearly missed by many. Our deepest sympathies to Barbara and the family.

  9. Jeffery Keim says:
    04 Dec 2011
    Terry was my supervisor from the time I started at APCI and until his retirement. We became good friends and I will miss him dearly. My deepest sympathies to Barbara and his family. May he rest in peace.

  10. Barb Heimbrook says:
    04 Dec 2011
    I worked with Terry in Electrical Engineering and was very sad to hear of his passing. May the Lord give the family the strength to get through the days ahead.

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