LTC/Ret Terrence "Terry" B. Gumbert
September 4, 1941 - February 26, 2021
Vance Brooks
Chet Crump
Patty Schwartz
Darlene Veselicky
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LTC/Ret Terrence (Terry) B. Gumbert, Army Nurse Corps, left us today to be with God and many past relatives, friends, and animals he loved. He was the son of Bert and Mary Palmer Gumbert of Punxsutawney, PA, and the husband of his beloved wife of 53 years, LTC/Ret Georgiana Gumbert, who survives. He was preceded …
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Chet Crump left a message on August 12, 2021:
Condolences to you Georgie I have been wondering why I was not getting any emails from Terry. I plan to be in GA during Oct this year and had sent Terry an email telling him that I would love to see him and we could catch up on news. Now we will not be able to talk about COL Garringer. Terry was the absolute best boss that I ever had during my years of service. After returning to CONUS we reconnected again. Terry and I have maintained that relationship over many years. He will be missed by many. Peace Be With You My Dear Friend
Patty Schwartz left a message on March 19, 2021:
I will miss you my friend! Fly high and watch over all of us and our four legged friends as well! Thank you for bringing a ray of sunshine into my life. You will be missed! RIP.
James Samuel Hatfield left a message on March 8, 2021:
I am so sorry to hear of Terry's passing I just found out today. He was a great neighbor. And cared about all his neighbors Would send out cards at all Holliday's and special occasions. He kept the neighborhood informed on all issues that affected us. I have never known anyone that was more of an animal lover He believed in giving back to Nature. I will truly miss him May he rest in peace.
James Samuel Hatfield left a message on March 8, 2021:
I am so sorry to hear of Terry's passing I just found out today. He was a great neighbor. And cared about all his neighbors Would send out cards at all Holliday's and special occasions. He kept the neighborhood informed on all issues that affected us. I have never known anyone that was more of an animal lover He believed in giving back to Nature. I will truly miss him May he rest in peace.
Andrea Hicks left a message on March 2, 2021:
I will greatly miss a weekly e mail and pictures of the dogs and deer herd. May God comfort Georgie and all who knew and loved him.
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COL(Ret) Lennie Enzel left a message on March 1, 2021:
Georgie, I am so saddened to hear of Terry’s passing. I have so many fond memories of you and him in Hawaii and in Columbus. Terry definitely made this world a better place as have you. My deepest sympathy on your loss. Lennie Enzel
COL(Ret) Lennie Enzel left a message on March 1, 2021:
Georgie, I am so saddened to hear of Terry’s passing. I have so many fond memories of you and him in Hawaii and in Columbus. Terry definitely made this world a better place as have you. My deepest sympathy on your loss. Lennie Enzel
Amelia Perez left a message on March 1, 2021:
So sorry Georgie to hear of Terry’s passing. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Remember all the good times !! We had in the military and Martin Army Hospital. God bless. Amelia Perez
Kathleen Roehr, COL, RET ANC left a message on March 1, 2021:
While I did not know him personally, as a Greyhound rescuer myself, I have an immediate connection. RIP.
Guy Smith left a message on March 1, 2021:
Saddened to learn of Terry’s passing. We were neighbors in Beaver Run. Remembering Georgie and family in our prayers.🙏
Paula Eddy left a message on March 1, 2021:
No one will ever know the closeness and love , Uncle Terry and I have shared through the years. Later in our lives he became my rock, my advisor, and my listening ear. There will never be another "Terry Gumbert, " we can all be assured of that. He touched so many lives. Aunt Georgie you're most certainly in our thoughts and prayers, we will always be here for you. To: Uncle Terry........ " Remember me with joy and laughter , as I will remember you. Remember me with only tears ,and you don't remember me at all ! " Your loving niece , Paula Eddy,Tom and family.
Patricia Flora left a message on March 1, 2021:
Our sincerest condolences go to out to Georgie, as the loss of Terry is so deeply felt. Too many wonderful stories to share of our military and civilian times together and our mutual love of DelMary art. Terry will never be forgotten.
Brenda Storey left a message on March 1, 2021:
Terry was and Officer and Gentleman. He was kind and loved all God's creatures.
William Chelgren left a message on February 28, 2021:
Terry became a friend in later years that I enjoyed talking with over the phone. A few years ago he asked me to see if I could find any information about a quilt club his mother belonged to here in the Home Pa. area. Mary had left him patches that the club had made that had never been made into a quilt. The quilts were referred to as signature quilts. It's my understanding that he had his niece contact an Amish lady that did make the quilt for him. Over a period of several months , I was able to talk mostly to sons and daughters of some of the club members. Three of the people were original members of the club. Two were in personal care homes and one was living at home. While talking to one of the ladies, I asked if she had ever been a member of a quilt club in Home, Pa. Her answer was no. At that point I showed her a picture of a patch that she had made. It was a touching moment when she said, oh that is mine. Over the years, i had several occasions to work for Martha W. and after finishing a job that day we were sitting on her back porch swing when I asked if she had been a member of a quilt club in Home. Her answer was yes and she shared who some of the members were. The memory of her turning to look at me to say, you will never guess what the name of the club was, is one that I will never forget. Olive W. was a resident of a personal care home somewhere in Ohio. She was the founder of the club, 100 years old and still had a very sharp mind. She remembered many of the ladies. Having talked with Martha, I just had to ask Olive the reason for naming the club as she did. Her answer was, well, when we lived at home and meal time came around we would often be reminded that, "we don't gossip". We are so sorry for your loss Georgianna. Terry will be missed by many more than you might ever know.
Darlene Veselicky left a message on February 28, 2021:
My sincere sympathy to Georgie, family and friends..I will always remember him for his love of his dogs, deer and other wildlife he cherished.... Also as a wonderful cousin....love you Terry
Marlene jastrzembski left a message on February 28, 2021:
Poem I came across Georgia I DID NOT LEAVE COMPLETELY There is so much I must say about our treasured past, There are memories that time will not erase I didn't mean to go so soon but I had no other choice I DID NOT LEAVE COMPLETELY, can't you hear my voice I am never far away from you I am with you when you're sleeping AND AS YOU GO ABOUT YOUR DAY Please don't think I left you, that will never be I have to help on this side They now depend on me
Carol Grossman Savas left a message on February 28, 2021:
A beautiful soul is never forgotten. With heartfelt sympathy and Love
Vance Brooks left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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