It’s with great sadness we announce the passing of Terry Barthelette, loving husband, son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend, at the too early age of 49.
Terry was born in Winnipeg on December 5, 1971 and moved to Calgary in early 1972. He was a true Calgarian.
Terry loved tattoos, marvel comics… especially Spiderman, and so looked forward to snowboard season. He was very artistic and creative, which helped him succeed at an almost 18 year career at Thunder Hill Shutter.
His shining smile could light up a room and it will be dearly missed.
Terry is survived by his loving wife and soulmate Shelli; his dear mother Wendy; his brother Jamie and family; relatives and friends.
He was predeceased by his dad Frank, his mother in law Ruth, his grandparents, Fred & Joan, and Anne & Nobby.
Terry will be dearly missed by everyone including his two cats Maggie and Molly.
Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the Calgary SPCA.
A Private Family Service was already held.
Rest easy terry 😥
You get to spar with Bruce Lee now, then hit the hills of powder.
Till we meet again Terry.
I am so sorry for your loss Shelli. So sudden and so young. Use your stories of your good times together to create a living memory of Terry. These stories are healing. My heart breaks for you and for Terry’s family. Know that your mom and his dad will care for him until you meet again.
I loved snowboarding with you man, you will be missed every time I am on the hill, R.I.P
So many memories going back 40 years dude…my childhood friend I hope you are in peace.
My deepest condolences to you Shelli and all of his family and friends for this sudden loss. Feel warmth in your heart knowing that he has arms around him until you meet again.
RIP Terry! See you on the flip side! You will be missed! ❤️
May you always be remembered by the smile that lit up a room and the kindness that brought you many followers. You were truly one of her best! You will be missed by so many. My Spidy senses tells me, you’re snowboarding day and night while smiling that unforgettable smile. Rest in power – friend!