Waldhauser, Terence J.

 

 

 

 

Terence J. Waldhauser, 25 of Holiday, passed away on April 24, 2017.  He is survived by wife, Stephanie, daughter, Olivia Ann, parents, Charles and Gaile Waldhauser, brother, Eric (Alissa), sister, Krista (Stephen), nieces, Ava, Ainsley and Aime, nephews, Seamus, Toby and Gio and loving family.

In lieu of flowers, family suggest that donations be made to one of the following organizations: National Alliance to End Veteran Suicide, Active Heroes, Mission 22 or Military Veteran Project.

Visitation will be held on Friday, April 28, 2017 from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. at Morgan Funeral Home Chapel.  Mass will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church.

Condolences

  1. Lauren Locklear says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss Uncle Bernie, Aunt Gaile, Krista, and Eric. TJ will be greatly missed and I will always treasure my memories of him at our holiday get togethers. I’ll be thinking of you all this week and weekend. xoxoxo

  2. The Tringali Family says:

    We are deeply saddened for the loss of your beloved son. He is in the arms of the Angels. We pray that The Lord is watching over you during this devasting time. May He lift you up and protect you all as you make your way through the most challenging time of your lives. We will always remember the beauty and happy memories of our time spent with TJ. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  3. Waldo,
    Bud, I have no clue what to say. I don’t often say I miss the Ike, but when I think of you, I think of how big of a hug you gave me when I was going through my heart break. I wish I could give that right back right now. Go crush those weights up too, look over your beautiful family. I’m sorry you felt so alone, but I promise I will keep an extra eye out for my people. I love you dude, so many of us do.
    To his family; I’m so sorry he lost the battle to the inner demons, but I know he loved all of you. He always talked about his Momma, and how much he cherished y’all while we were deployed.
    Buddy check, 22. 22 too many.

  4. Jenavieve says:

    I remember going to your old house in Skysville when I was little to have my play dates with TJ. I will always fondly look back on when we would play “army” in the woods. I would always put myself in pretend danger and TJ would “rescue” me. He was such a kind hearted and fun loving boy. Filled with passion for life and love for his family. Growing up I can definitely say my life was made better by being able to call him my friend.
    Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers, the world lost a beautiful soul but heaven gained one <3

  5. Jeanmarie says:

    Dear Aunt Gaile, Uncle Charlie, Krista and Eric,
    It is with such shock and sadness that I am writing this note. Learning about the loss of TJ was difficult news to digest. Ramon and I remember his friendly and smiling face as a young boy when we brought ‘Baby” to you, and pictures of him with his dog as they grew up together. Our hearts go out to you all at this very difficult time. Give a special hug to Stephanie and baby Olivia for us please. Being together with the support of your family will be the comfort that can carry you through at this time.
    We cannot begin to imagine just how devastating the news was to you all.

    Our love and thoughts will be with you all and we will see you very soon.
    Love, Jeanmarie , Ramon, Sofia, and Isabella

  6. Claudia Williams says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Soon the words at Isaiah 25:8 will become a reality, when death will be swallowed up forever! Util then may the God of comfort be with you.

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