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Terrance Spinney

Born In: Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
Born: March 3rd, 1957

Passed on: December 13th, 2012

SPINNEY, Terrence Paul “Terry” – 55, of Yarmouth, left us suddenly on December 13, 2012. Born March 3, 1957 in Yarmouth, he was a son of Addison “Wesley” Spinney and the late Marion (Hubbard) Spinney. Born and raised in Yarmouth, Terry worked at the Yarmouth golf course, Yarmouth Regional Hospital and Register.com. He was a proud honors graduate of the NSCC Business Program, class of 2012. Besides his family, he was devoted to his many furry cat friends. He spent many years playing golf and bowling, and was a Boston Bruins fan as well as a fan of the Beatles. He left his family and friends far too soon, as he will miss the birth of his newest grandbaby. Terry will be greatly missed by so many whose lives he has touched. He was a loving son, proud father, wonderful grandfather and a loving and devoted husband. Besides his father, Terry is survived by wife, Linda Spinney; daughters, Erica Spinney, Halifax; Constance (Martin) MacAdam, Mount Uniacke; stepdaughter, Melanie Murphy, Yarmouth; grandson, Kaiden. He was predeceased by his mother, Marion Spinney. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Sweeny’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, Yarmouth. Visitation took place Monday, December 17 from 7-9 p.m. with prayers at 8 p.m. in Sweeny’s Funeral Home Chapel, where funeral service was held Tuesday, December 18 at 2 p.m., Father John MacPherson officiated. Interment followed in Our Lady of Calvary Cemetery. Family flowers only, please. Donations in Terry’s memory may be made to the family and can be sent to Sweeny’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, 567 Main Street, Yarmouth, N.S. B5A 1J6. On-line condolences may be sent to: sweenysfh@eastlink.ca or you may sign the guestbook on-line at: www.sweenysfuneralhome.net

“Just when I discovered the meaning of life, they changed it.” -George Carlin

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