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Terry "Jimmy" James Dyke

1 February, 197417 May, 2021
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Terry James (Jimmy) Dyke, 47, of Mont Belvieu, passed away on May 17, 2021. He was born on February 1, 1974 to Terry and Mike Smith. He was married to Stephanie Renee Sawyer for 6 years. He worked for Rio Marine for 28 years. Terry’s biggest passions were spending time with his family, his job and hunting. Terry was an avid hunter, and fisherman. His crowning glory was the Elk he bagged this past winter. Terry was also a member of NRA, a Marine veteran, and an avid Trump supporter.

Terry was a proud Marine veteran following in the footsteps of Grandpa Chuck, a Navy veteran, and Grandpa Dick, a Marine veteran. Terry’s son Gage is a USCG veteran, and his son Robert is currently serving in the USCG. Terry was so proud of his country and this military legacy.

Terry is preceded in death by C.M. (Butch) Sawyer, the father of his wife, Stephanie Dyke. He is survived by his loving wife, Stephanie Sawyer Dyke; three sons, Gage Oliver and wife Lauren, Robert Murry, and Riley Dyke; father Michael C. Smith and mother, Terry Adams Smith; brother, Matthew Smith; sister, Jessica Smith; mother-in-law, Sandra Sawyer; father-in-law, Mike Anderson; Tracy and Mike Waites; Michael Sawyer; Crystal and Mark (Opie) Trammell; nieces and nephews, Spencer and Hanna Waites, Emily Waites, Meagan Waites, Aubrey Sawyer, Colt Sawyer, Tucker and Saylor Trammell; and numerous other relatives, friends and coworkers.

The family will receive friends for visitation on Thursday, June 3, 2021 from 5:00-8:00 pm at Navarre Funeral Home, 2444 Rollingbrook Dr., Baytown, TX 77521. Funeral services will take place on Friday, June 4, 2021 at 2:00 PM in the Chapel of Navarre Funeral Home. Graveside service and committal will take place on Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 1:00 pm in Porter Springs Cemetery, Crockett, TX. Words of comfort and tributes may be shared with the family at www.navarrefuneralhome.com

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Sandra Sawyer

7 June 2021

We only had the privilege of knowing Terry for 7 short years, but in those short years we grew to Love Terry very much. He was a big man with a heart just as big.. he lived to help other people. I could always depend on Terry to do anything I ask him to do. And he would thank me for asking. Terry made my Stephanie very happy and Loved. Terry are so missed and you will always be in my heart. Love and Miss You.

Terry Smith

5 June 2021

W are saying our final goodbyes to you today I’ve never experienced anything so difficult in my life. I don’t know how we can accept that we’ll never see you again. They say time with Gods help will make this easier, but honestly Son right now I’m not so sure of that. I find comfort from yesterday’s services in Baytown. There were so many people who came to say goodbye to you I think it may have been standing room only. I’ve always known what an amazing person you are, but it was nice to see that you touched so many lives during your time here with us. I’ve got to go for now, people are arriving. I love you baby ❤️

Shannon & Tommy Logan

3 June 2021

You are the kindest, most genuine man that Tommy and I have ever known! The true definition of "friend" and always there to help those in need. Terry you have a HEART OF GOLD and we will cherish all the memories we were honored to share with you & Steph these last few years! See you on the other side my 2-A MAGA Brother- Love & Miss you!!

Gabriel Cantu

2 June 2021

I met Terry in Oct 2007 when I began working at Rio. I had never met a big guy with so much energy until I met Terry. This guy was loud, funny, a trash talker and after a while it was annoying. Then we found out that we both were Marines! And it all made sense to me the way he was. And we've been friends ever since. He had so much PRIDE in being a Marine and it showed! It hurts to know I lost a Marine brother and friend. I pray for his wife and sons. He was one of a kind and he'll be missed by many! Semper Fi.

John Litt

1 June 2021

Jana Craddock

1 June 2021

Jimmy, you were a true inspiration to everyone who knew you. You were a wonderful father and raised three amazing young men, a caring and giving husband to Stephanie and a loving son to your parents. Always with a smile on your face, you will be missed greatly by everyone who's lives you touched and your legacy will live on.
All my love,
Aunt Jana

Keith & Becky Adams

30 May 2021

Jimmy's smile lite up any room he entered. His kind heart and enthusiasm for life showed in everything he did. He saw the good in all. Good son, good husband, good father, good man. We are all better for having been loved by him.

Uncle Keith/Aunt Bec

Judah Davis

30 May 2021

Jimmy will be missed.
He was a great guy and we all liked him very much.
He was a lot of fun to be around and alway had interesting stories.
Several years back we traveled to Ireland, and he was a wonderful traveling companion.

Marie(Bluse) Dunaway Stamm

25 May 2021

My love and prayers go out to the family. I was marry to Terri cousin Jimmy Dunaway I meet lil Jim as he was always call .He was so little I think 4 years old at the time he had the most sweeties smile and so funny. He grown into a great man, son, father, and husband. Terri, Michael, Stephanie and the boys my prayers are with ya and the rest of the family. The last time I seen him was he came by my job which was awhile back (life happens) he always call me aunt Bluse . He said just wanted to see how you are doing he gave me the biggest hug as always I said so good to see you. And always again he had the biggest smile and the kindness heart. Prayers to you all. 🙏🙏🙏

Joel Butler

24 May 2021

I will carry many good (and wild) memories of Terry from our younger days, and then meeting back up at school functions for our sons when we got a little older. I can't imagine the loss this family is feeling, but know you are all in our prayers. Rest easy, old friend.

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