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“Ardella and family, May all your wonderful memories of Terry give you comfort and peace. Thinking of you and asking Gods Blessing to all of you. ”
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“Terry was a great guy to be around. He had a quick wit and a great sense of humor. Never a dull moment while we went to high school together. We...Read More ยป
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Terry Anthony Weisbeck was born in Hague, ND and passed away 04/17/2019 surrounded by his 2 sons and wife at his home in Sun Lakes, AZ. Terry is survived by his wife of 46 years Ardella, Sons: Taylor, wife Kiley Omaha, NE and Laine, wife Mallory Elkhorn, NE. Grandchildren: Peyton and Lily Weisbeck; Kristin, Will and Carson Maddux; Cruz, London and unborn granddaughter Weisbeck. Mother Lillian Weisbeck, Bismarck, ND; Brothers: Dan of Jamestown, ND; Tim and wife DeBorah of Sacramento, CA; Chuck of Oakland, IA; Allen and wife Nancy of Bismarck, ND; Sister Julie and husband Larry Schindler of Mandan, ND; Mother-in-law Gloria Wanner of Dickinson, ND; brother-in-law's Harlan of Mandan, ND; Gery of Upton, WY; Elvis and wife Karen of Sun Lakes, AZ; sister-in-law's Grace Voeltz of SD; Carol(SEESTER) and husband Rick Kasper of Fairfield, ND; and his special godson Adam Weisbeck, plus many nieces and nephews.

Terry is preceded in death by his father Eugene Weisbeck, father-in-law Peter Wanner, Son Phillip, nephew Harley Wanner, brother-in-law Larry Voeltz, sister-in-law Inez Weisbeck, grandparents John and Katherine(Geffre) Weisbeck; Aloys and Magdelena(Welder) Schmaltz.

Terry loved GOLF, baseball, fishing, bowling and spending time with his grandkids. He enjoyed spending his golf days with all his new Arizona friends. He will be missed by many family and friends, especially his Chicago and Canadian friends.

Terry served in the US Army, Inducted July 6, 1966 and Discharged April 8, 1968, with a terminated date of July 5, 1972. Terry served in the 6th Battalion 1st Artillery I Corp. Basic training in Fort Lewis, WA and Fort Ord, CA. He was stationed in Korea on the DMZ for 15 months with an overseas extension commitment do to the Pueblo Incident.

Throughout Terry's seven year struggle with Cancer he kept his sense of humor and quick wit. He will be greatly missed by so many who he had touched in his 70 years of life. Terry prayed daily to Saint Anne(Mother of the Virgin Mary), Apostles Creed, the Healing Prayer, Our Father and the Hail Mary. He knew that time was getting near but never did show it, what a strong man he was!