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Obituary of Terry Edward DAVIES

Terry Edward Davies - September 28, 1966 - September 28, 2019.  Survived by his spouse Nanci, children Colleen (Cory), Joshua (Cassie), Lindsey (Robb), grandchildren Jacob and Sylvia; Nanci's daughter Nikyla (Ben) and grandchildren Chase, Dominik and Bianka as well as, sisters Tani and Tiffany and mother Carole. 

Terry was born and raised in Victoria, spending most of his youth growing up in the ‘Goldstream Subdivision’. Many days were spent exploring Goldstream Park, swimming in the river and hanging out with his neighbourhood friends.

As a youth, Terry excelled at the sport he loved the most, Baseball. Terry was also an avid pool player in his early 20’s, spending many hours playing in pool tournaments. He also enjoyed watching football and rooting for his team – ‘The Bears’ and participating in yearly football pools.

In more recent years, Terry enjoyed spending most of his spare time geocaching, hiking and traveling with Nanci. 

A special thank you to the nurses and staff of the BC Cancer Agency, Royal Jubilee Hospital, and Victoria Hospice, for the compassion and the care they provided to Terry and family during his short but courageous battle.

Terry touched the lives of all he knew with his positive, caring, and always quick-witted and humorous way. He will be so dearly missed.

Goodbye to my loved ones, I gave it all I had

Remember all the good times and try not to be sad

We all must leave here sometime, not always when we choose

Life is just a game you know, and this time I must lose

But I will always be there, in the gentle ocean breeze

Cursing at the darkness of this horrible disease

Look for me in children’s laughter and in the summer rain

I love you all so much there are no words that can explain

Just how sad I am and how much I'm going to miss you

What I wouldn't give for just one more time to kiss you

- Terry Davies -

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