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Terrence "Terry" Leonel Tuytschaevers

November 9th, 1944 - April 9th, 2024

Terry Tuytschaevers was born in Long Beach, CA on October 9th, 1944 to Albert Paul Tuytschaevers and Dorothy Ann Castner Tuytschaevers. He was preceded in death by his parents and his sister Mary Edwards. He graduated from Birmingham High School in 1962. He then enlisted in the United States Army and served his country in Vietnam. Terry married Candice Tuytschaevers in 2016. He had 2 children and 1 adopted child. Terry retired from Lockheed Martin in 2006. Terry passed away at age 79 on April 9th, 2024

 

Terry battled prostate cancer and multiple myeloma in his last couple of years. He never lost his sense of humor and his love for his family. He will be greatly missed.  

 

He is survived by his wife, Candice Tuytschaevers, his 2 sons, Terrence Leonel Tuytschaevers, Jr. (Jolene) and Christopher Drake Tuytschaevers and his daughter, Tamara Lynn Ristau (Neal). He had 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.

 

Funeral services for Terry Tuytschaevers will be held on April 30, 2024 at 2:00 PM at Fort Logan Cemetary. Please proceed to staging area C upon arrival at Fort Logan Cemetary.  The family will have an informal gathering at Terry's home in Centennial after the service. Please add memories to the Veteran's Legacy Memorial https://www.vlm.cem.va.gov/TERRENCELEONELTUYTSCHAEVERS/a6550d

 

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Owen "Jay" Clayton

How did you meet Terrence?

Terry was my brother-in-law and husband to my sister; Candy Tuytschaevers. Every time we got together, I enjoyed Terry's talk, stories and humor. He was an Army veteran and I'm a Navy veteran, so we always had fun reminiscing about the past fun we each had in the service and our varied work histories. We enjoyed the year that Candy and he visited us in Omaha, Nebraska and sat on the deck watching the golfers go by on the course. I already miss him and his smile and laughter.

Published April 22nd, 2024
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