Terry Lee Gentry
4 August, 1950 – 7 July, 1981
From the Idaho
12 July, 1981
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Graveside funeral services for Terry Lee Gentry, 30, of
Route 2, Parma, who died Tuesday at a Boise hospital of
natural causes, were conducted at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, at the
Wilder Cemetery, by the Rev. Irving Frank, of the Montana
Avenue Baptist church, Caldwell, under the direction of
Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
He was born Aug, 4, 1950, at Caldwell, and was reared and
educated in the Fargo community near Wilder. He served in the
U.S. Navy for several months in 1970 until being discharged
due to ill health. He worked at J.R. Simplot Company at
Caldwell in 1971, and at Kit Manufacturing Company in 1972.
He married Darlene M. Wass on September 1, 1973, at Homedale.
He graduated from the Vo-Tech School at Boise State
University in 1977.
He was a member of the Homedale Bowling League and was on
the Co-Qp Teams and the Whitney-Dickson Seed Co, Team, both of
He is survived by his wife, of Parma, a son, Joseph Lynn,
at home; two daughters, Dauna Mae and Wendy Lee, both at home;
his father, John R. Gentry, Sr., of Wilder; his mother and
stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman A. Robey, Parma; three
brothers, John Richard Gentry, Jr., Andy Dale Gentry, both of
Caldwell, Robert Eugene Gentry of U.S. Army, Korea; one
sister, Mary Viola Gentry, Caldwell; grandparents, Mrs. Viola
Carver, Wilder, and John Gentry, Wilder; and several aunts,
uncles, nieces and nephews.
Friends may call at the Flahiff Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.
Free larger headstone photo available upon
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