Terry WegleyTerry Lee Wegley, of Lakeside, Navajo County, Arizona passed away on February 19, 2013 at his residence in Lakeside. He was 68. Terry was born to the late Orvile “Jack” and Nadyne (Melland) Wegley in Williston, Williams County, North Dakota on January 26, 1945.
Terry Lee Wegley, of Lakeside, Navajo County, Arizona passed away on February 19, 2013 at his residence in Lakeside. He was 68. Terry was born to the late Orvile “Jack” and Nadyne (Melland) Wegley in Williston, Williams County, North Dakota on January 26, 1945. A true Christian, Terry loved the Lord. He was very active in his Christian faith and in his ministry services and missions. An avid outdoorsman he loved to fish and spent most of his short retirement near a beautiful lake or stream. He enjoyed horseback riding and his fellowship with other Christians and family. He loved his children Kent and Brian Wegley, Heather Amyx and Ericka Wegley Romero. He also loved his brother Bruce Wegley and his sister-in-law Shirley, his many nieces and nephews, and his fourteen grandchildren. He was loved by many and grew through his life to love the Lord deeply and devoted much of his life to serving Him. All are welcome to leave memories of Terry for the family at
http://owenslivingston mortuary.com/sitemaker/sites/OwensL1/obit.cgi?user=909023Wegley Memorials to Andrew Wommack Ministries at: AWMI PO Box 3333 Colorado Springs, CO 80918 Please include a note with the gift stating “in memory of Terry Wegley” Sympathy to the family at 1111 Galway Road; Joliet, IL 60431.
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