Terry Wayne Minnick

Born in Santa Ana, CA on October 22, 1958

Departed on December 2, 2018 and resided in Westminster, CO

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Terry Wayne Minnick, 60, of Westminster, CO, passed away at his home on December 2, 2018.  Terry is survived by his mother, Sue Noland and father, John Noland; wife, Diane Minnick; son, Jeremy Minnick, sons, Aaron (Janelle) Heiser, Stephen (Elizabeth) Heiser, and daughter, Janae (Alex) Bowie; sister, Susie (Philippe) Brillant and sons, Christopher Brillant, and Jeffrey Goad and his daughter Rylee; brother-in-law, Ben Hare and daughter Alyssa; sister, Cyndi (Jared) Finkenbinder and sons, Scott (Kristina) Knock and Dustin (Jennifer) Knock and daughters, Genesee and Estes; brother, Chuck (Kat) Noland; sister, Dawn van Eek and son Jonathan; aunt, Patsy Tomlin and her daughter, Alisa; and cousin, Audra Ploegstra. Last but certainly not least he was survived by his pride and joy, his five grandchildren, Austin, Sawyer, Bryson, Kaylin and Connor.

Terry is preceded in death by his father, Preston Wayne Minnick; sister, Annette Denise Labeda; uncle, Jerry Temple Mailer; and grandma, Mary Noland.

Terry struggled the last year of his life with lung issues and went from a hard and respected worker to someone that had his life dictated by the length of an oxygen cord.  He was born in Santa Ana, California, grew up in Rowland Heights and lived 45 years in Broomfield/Westminster, Colorado.  He was a devoted member of Crossroads Church where he married his wife Diane in 1996.  Terry started working at the age of 15 and worked for over 38 years in the pharmaceutical manufacturing business.  He took pride in being a leader and mentor to all his children.  Terry enjoyed golf and bowling when he wasn’t working tirelessly to support his family.

Service: 12-07-18, 1:00 p.m.
Crossroads Church
10451 Huron St.
Northglenn, CO 80234

Donations may be made in Terry’s name to Crossroads Church in Northglenn.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Kerry Ragsdale :

    Going to be a big hole at Sunday morning bowling, RIP my friend!

  2. My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Terry. May your treasured memories bring you joy, and may ‘the God of all comfort’ give you strength and a measure of peace for your grieving hearts at this most difficult time.
    2Cor 1:3

  3. Jana K. Spicer :

    With deep sympathy to the family and friends of Terry. Remember the laughter, the good times, and the memories all of you made during his lifetime. Let those memories and God help you through this difficult time.

  4. Joe and Carol Naranjo :

    Our deepest sympathy, but praise God for the hope of heaven. My God’s deep peace stick with you all until you see Terry again. (Can’t think of Terry without seeing a basketball referee squinting into the stands… !)

  5. Our family is so sorry for your loss. Terry was a great guy and I have so many fond memories of him at the high school basketball games. Our prayers are with all of you.

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