In Memory of Terry Page
Terry Page passed away suddenly at home Saturday, August 26th in his 71st year. He leaves behind loving memories to be forever cherished by his wife Christine, children Matthew (Jennifer) and Christopher (Beth), grand-daughters, Katherine and Sarah, sister Gayle Moore, niece Leah Mansfield (Tony), grand-nieces, Clare and Jane, sister-in-law, Elizabeth Cinapri, and his friends.
Terry was a graduate of the University of Windsor, in Physical and Health Education, and the University of Toronto, in Physical Therapy. He began the work he loved in Barrie, Ontario before joining The Sports Therapy Clinic team at Carleton University in 1986 as a physiotherapist and co-owner until his full retirement this spring. Terry lived for family and friends, peppering their lives with humour and grace. He approached his work with pride and skill, never allowed his health challenges to affect the way he chose to live, and never learned how to start a sentence with the word “I.”
He loved a great game of baseball and hockey, a dynamic political discussion, and any project that required him to say, “I’m going to the workshop now.” From his cedar strip canoe, the “Zippy Pickle”, to the crafting of countless furniture pieces and his famous bowls, he was a man who found beauty in the grain of the wood. Now wasn’t that a wonderful life. Special thanks and gratitude are extended to Dr. B. Mijavec and Dr. C. Campbell. Memories will be shared Saturday, September 9th at Heritage Funeral Complex, 1250 Trim Road, Orleans Ontario. Visitation from 2:00 to 5:00. Remembrance service at 3:00. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, for condolences please visit: www.heritagefh.ca.
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