OBITUARY

Terry Eugene Rudd

August 9, 1960March 2, 2019
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Terry Eugene Rudd, of Euless, Texas, went to his heavenly home on March 2, 2019. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 3:00 pm at Shannon Rufe Snow Funeral Chapel. Terry was born in Warren, Ohio to parents, Ray and Martha Rudd on August 9, 1960. He was one of 5 children. He grew up in Ohio and moved to Texas where he met his wife, Cindy. They were married 41 years. He worked as a machinist for Ryarson Steel for about 19 years. He had a passion for motorcycle racing and enjoyed that with his son Chris. Terry enjoyed working out and spending time outdoors. Terry knew and loved the Lord. A loving husband, father and grandfather will be dearly missed. Terry is survived by his wife, Cindy; son, Chris; grandchildren, Jordan and Justice; brother, Chuck, and wife, Jean; sisters, Dena and Nancy, numerous nieces, nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends. Terry is preceded in death by his parents, Ray and Martha Rudd; brother, Schultz; and sister, Johnny Ray.

  • FAMILY

  • Ray Rudd, Father
  • Marttha Rudd, Mother
  • Cindy Rudd, Wife
  • Chris Rudd, Son
  • Grandchildren, Jordan and Justice; brother, Chuck, and wife, Jean; sisters, Dena and Nancy, numerous nieces, nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends.
    Terry is preceded in death by his brother, Schultz; and sister, Johnny Ray.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

Terry Eugene Rudd

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Sandra Price

March 9, 2019

Cindy,

I am so sorry for your loss . I will be praying for you. Love you.

Ashley Harris

March 8, 2019

Cindy, my heart hurts for you and your family at this difficult time. Terry was a wonderful man. We will miss him dearly.

Cheryl Davies

March 6, 2019

The memories of Terry and his family are etched in my heart with genuine Love . Rest In Peace Terry . Give Your Mom , Dad, Shultz and Jonnie Ray hugs from Nikki and I .

LaBresha Rudd

March 6, 2019

All I keep thinking about is when grandma was still here, you all would come in town to visit & grandma would make me give my room up for you to sleep in lol.. you’d tell me I could lay in there during the day while you were doing whatever.
Always calling you uncle Ernest bc to me that’s who I always thought you looked like. You thought it was so funny.. every time I’d see you, you’d kiss me on my forehead & give me the biggest hug possible without breaking bones. Lol.... I’ve missed you for quite sometime uncle terry, but now.. I know that I’m gonna miss you until we meet again.
Tell grandma, grandpa & aunt jonnie that I love & miss them so much!
Rest well Uncle Terry. I love you.

mary sweet-romano

March 6, 2019

We had more fun as kids when u guys came to town!Chuck do u remember when we tried to jump off the garage when Terry was still in all those braces.!!! I thought mom and aunt martha would kill us. RIP dear cousin Terry. Love you always
cousin mary

Barbara Ryan

March 5, 2019

Terry was such a good man , we think of him and his family as a big part of our family, our daughter jessica loved terry like he was her grandfather just like she thinks of cindy as a grandmother, terry you will be so missed ,you will never be forgot, we love you RIP love from the RYAN Family

Sherry Davis

March 5, 2019

Terry, you will be missed, i remember when you and Buster would come over to talk to us out in the courtyard, the way you were always the first one to see me and say hi when you were out walking the dog. Those kids are going to miss their DaHa especially Justice, she was the apple of his eye. He was a good dad husband and DaHa, to his family. I wish the family well and my condolences.

Mickey Nash

March 5, 2019

Terry was always a gentleman to me....I know he loved his wife, Cindy, and family very much and always talked with such pride about his family....Cindy and the children were everything to him. I would often seen Terry with Jordan, when Jordan was a young boy, swimming and then when Justice came along, he would be at the pool with her with his ever watchful eye...He loves those kids so much. Terry also loved his dogs and I saw him walking them throughout the years.... He was always friendly and ready to help with whatever was going on.... I had my car in for repairs at a garage down the street and when Terry and Jordan saw me there, they turned around to help....I was getting conned and Terry stood up and took care of that for me... I am a senior citizen and was the benefit of his generosity at that time...He always looked out for others. I am sending prayers of comfort, love and strength to his family and friends. We will all miss him very much. Rest in peace my dear friend...

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