Terrance Brook Gammon
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Terrance Brook Gammon
  • January 2, 1934 - August 2, 2017
  • Plano, Texas

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Terrance Brook Gammon passed away peacefully on Wednesday, August 2, 2017. Born in Flint, Michigan on Tuesday, January 2, 1934 to Frank and Kathleen Gammon.

Terry served in the Navy during peacetime which gave him the opportunity to travel the world.

Terry started work as a shoe salesman for Thom McAn. With each promotion and move throughout the years he built a career in commercial real estate development with Thom McAn, Stride Rite, Herring Marathon and CompUSA. Terry's later career move brought him and Mary Jo to the Dallas area where they were reunited with many of the dear friends they had met along the way.

Family was always important to Terry, whether at home, or on the road and getting everyone together for reunions. Although, he might have sat quietly by, he loved to watch, listen and learn about his family and friends.

Terry was an avid golfer and has had the success of obtaining 8 Hole-in-Ones with 4 of them on the same hole - #4 at the Hills!

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 54 years Mary Jo, his parents Frank Gammon and Kathleen Gammon, and brother Patrick Gammon.

Terry is survived by his four children, Pam Yahoudy (Eric), Jim Gammon (Patty), Jayanne Sci, and John Gammon (Kim), seven grandchildren Joshua Yahoudy (Meghan), Julia Myers (Neil), James Yahoudy (Courtney), Abbie Gammon, Ashley Gammon, Tim Sci, Tori Sci, three great grandchildren, Jacob Yahoudy, Mattie Yahoudy and Marley Myers, brother, Peter Gammon (Joyce), sister-in-laws Gloria Burns, Corrine Crockett, many nieces, nephews, and dear friends.

Please join us in celebrating Terry's life with a visitation Monday August 7th from 6:00 - 8:00PM at Ted Dickey West Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be Tuesday August 8th at 1:00 at All Saints Catholic Church. Reception will follow in the church hall

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation in honor and memory of Terry to All Saints Catholic Church Dallas, TX. or the American Cancer Society.

Arrangements under the direction of Ted Dickey West Funeral Home, Dallas, TX.