Terrance M. Dibb
Terrance “Terry” M. Dibb, 68, of Eden passed away Sunday Sept. 10, 2017 at home.
He was born in Milwaukee on November 11, 1948 the son of Curtis and Sylvia (Lacko) Dibb.
Terry served his country in the U.S. Marines in Vietnam from 1967 until 1969 and then he served in the Reserves until 1973.
He received the Purple Heart, Combat Action Ribbon, Vietnam Service Ribbon, and Vietnam Campaign Ribbon.
Terry worked for many years as a manager of a Printing/Bindery Business and served in union leadership.
Terry deeply loved his family and friends.
He was passionate about oldies music, car shows, and everything that went into and came out of his garage: show cars, dune buggies, and his motorcycle.
He was fun loving and was known for his generous, compassionate and helping nature.
Terry was a member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and the Trier Puddy American Legion Post #75.
Survivors include his wife Karen, his mother Sylvia Dibb of Milwaukee, and sisters Gail (Dave) Silva and Pat Dibb both of Milwaukee.
Survived also by his son Trent (Dawn) Dibb of Brown Deer, and grandchildren Tory and Kayla Dibb; daughter Gina (Bruce) Lonnee of Watkinsville, Georgia, and grandchildren Marin and Jack Lonnee; and Trent and Gina’s mother MaryAnn Bauer of Milwaukee.
Also survived by mother-in-law Beverly Bohn and step children:
Dusty (Jennifer) Barber of Crivitz and April McDaniel of Green Bay; 4 step grandchildren:
Desiree Barber, Zachary and Destany McDaniel and Ava Barber; and 1 step great granddaughter Aria Busse; nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father Curtis Dibb and one brother Richard Dibb.
Memorial services will be held Thursday September 14, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 855 Martin Ave. Fond du Lac.
Rev. Brett Naumann and Rev. Adam Zimpelmann will officiate.
Visitation will be Thursday Sept. 14th from 9:00 AM until time of services at the church with committal at 2:30pm at Wisconsin Memorial Park, Chapel of the Flowers with military rites to follow.
Memorials are appreciated to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and Disabled American Veterans.
Twohig Funeral Home, Fond du Lac, is serving his family with guestbook and online condolences at www.twohigfunerals.com.