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TERRY (GOODY) JON GUDMUNDSON
Born: Jun 21, 1948
Date of Passing: Jul 18, 2020Offer Condolences or Memory Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation
TERRY (GOODY) JON GUDMUNDSON
Left to cherish his memory are his wife Renate; his sons, Randy (Chantal) and Kris (Vicki); his three grandchildren, Aidan, Kayla, and Jori; nephew Stuart and his family; and his faithful dog Porter. He was predeceased by his parents, Jon and Violet Gudmundson.
Terry was born on June 21, 1948. He was a proud resident of St. Vital throughout his entire life. Directly out of school, he began his 45-year career in the insurance industry where he was well respected for his experience and knowledge.
Terry enjoyed playing sports, especially hockey and baseball. He was involved with the St. Vital Vics Hockey Organization for many years and shared his passion for the sport by coaching various levels.
Some of Terry's happiest times were his golf weekends at the cottage with his sons and friends, his winter vacations down south, and trips taken with his sons to the U.S.A. to watch hockey.
Terry's Celebration of Life will be held on Monday, July 27, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at Glen Lawn Funeral Home, 455 Lagimodiere Boulevard. Due to restrictions on public gatherings, please RSVP to the service by phoning 204-233-4949.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to CancerCare Manitoba or Winnipeg Pet Rescue.
Family and friends may sign a
book of condolence online at
Desjardins Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 25, 2020
Condolences & Memories (13 entries)
I had the privilege of working with Terry for about 15 years in the insurance industry. He was not only knowledgeable but an honest, hard working manager who always found a nice thing to say to or about people. He always found the good in any situation and I know our industry is better for Terry having worked in it. Rest in peace old friend. Ross - Posted by: Ross Totten (Friend and business partner) on: Jul 31, 2020
I was so saddened to hear of Terry’s passing. I knew Terry from Totten and my husband and I had the pleasure of getting to know Terry on our 2 trips to Jamaica through work. He was very kind and compassionate and I was lucky to call him a friend. He will be missed and my thoughts and prayers are with your family. Nancy Day - Posted by: Nancy Day (Colleague and friend) on: Jul 31, 2020
To you and your family We send our deepest sympathy in the loss of Terry. sorry we were unable to attend the funeral.But you are in our thoughts at this time. Carol and Fred - Posted by: Carol and fred manness (Ex sister in law ) on: Jul 31, 2020
Our deepest sympathy Thoughts and prayers are with Renate and family - Posted by: Gavin and Bev Urquhart (School friend) on: Jul 28, 2020
I was one of Terry's many school friends. Condolences to his family. He will be remembered - Posted by: John Ross (school friend) on: Jul 27, 2020
Some of my best memories growing up are from my days with Terry as my hockey coach. He was a great guy through and through, and treated all us hockey players like we were his own kids. We lost one of the good ones in Terry. RIP Goody - Posted by: Cory Young (Hockey player/friend) on: Jul 26, 2020
Renate and family...we send our sincerest condolences to you on the passing of your Husband, Father and Grandfather Terry. May your fond memories help you thru these trying times. Sincerely, Marlene & Brian Miller - Posted by: Marlene & Brian Miller (Neighbours (former)) on: Jul 26, 2020
I have known Terry since the 1950s when we lived 3 houses apart on Harrowby Ave. We hung out together off-and-on over the years both at Glenwood School and Glenlawn Collegiate playing soccer (Terry could run the entire game), swimming at the "Hole" at St. Boniface G.C., as well as attending the teen dances at Glenwood C.C. We also spent many enjoyable (but very competitive) hours over in the field at Glenwood competing to see who could hit their golf ball closest to home plate at each of the field's respective 3 baseball diamonds. Terry was a great guy, extremely personable and well-liked. They say the good die young and that is certainly true in Terry's case. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. My sincerest condolences to Terry's wife and family. PS: I'll bet that right now Terry's up there swapping hockey stories with "Kippy." R.I.P. my friend. - Posted by: Doug Wilson (childhood friend) on: Jul 26, 2020
Terry was my coach for the St. Vital Victorias in the ‘90s. We were out to win but he knew we would be at our best if we were having fun and building a great team on the ice and in the room. He was committed to that more than anything and we’re better off now for it. The guys always loved and respected him. Great to stay connected through Vicki and the odd chance encounter at Tim Horton’s! Best wishes and our condolences to friends and family of one of the good ones! - Posted by: Cam Johnson (Former player ) on: Jul 25, 2020
I am so saddened to hear of Terry’s passing. I had the opportunity to work with Terry for 15 years and loved when we would be able to have lunches and catch up. He was always so helpful and such a compassionate man. I am going to miss him. My thoughts are with you all. Lisa - Posted by: Lisa Clayton (Colleague ) on: Jul 25, 2020
Have great memories of playing hockey with Terry and grandpa (Johnny). We had lost touch over the years up until a cpl yrs ago. Deepest condolences to Renate, Randy and Kris - Posted by: Stuart Gudmundson (Nephew) on: Jul 25, 2020
I had the opportunity to work with Terry for several years. On the many trips to Winnipeg, he welcomed me to his home to meet his family and share in his love of St. Vital. Terry made it possible for me to enjoy my one and only NHL game. He was one of the most genuine and sincere people I have had the opportunity to be friends with and to work with. He will be sincerely missed. Sincere Condolences to Renate, Randy and Kris and the families. Karrie Warner (Equisure/SWG & Totten Group) - Posted by: Karrie Warner (Colleague and Friend) on: Jul 25, 2020
Terry was one of the friendly school friends. It breaks my heart to know we lost a good soul. We tend to lose touch with the school buddies we grew up with, we learned with, and we laughed with. We travel down different pathways. Terry Rest In Peace. - Posted by: Gloria Ivory (School friend) on: Jul 25, 2020
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