OBITUARY

Terry Aycock

March 11, 1945January 9, 2021
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Terry Clyde Aycock, age 75, of Pinson, AL passed away peacefully in Huntsville, AL on Saturday, January, 9th, 2021. Terry retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Master Sergeant after serving for 22 years. He was a loving husband, son, father, grandfather, and uncle. While incredibly hard-working, he was quick to laugh and somehow always found time for his family and friends. Terry truly was an incredible example of what a man can and should be. He was preceded in death by his parents Clarence & Joyce Aycock, and his wife Barbara A. Aycock. Mr. Aycock is survived by his son Chris (Heidi) Aycock of Pinson, AL; grandchildren Lorren & CJ Aycock; brother Tom (Pam) Aycock of North Carolina; sister Brenda (Jim) Finn of Georgia, and a host of beloved cousins, nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends on Saturday, January 16th, 2021 at Ridout’s Gardendale Chapel, from 10:00 – 11:00 AM. A funeral celebrating Mr. Aycock’s life will follow at 11:00 AM in the chapel. The burial will then take place at Antioch Cemetery in Oneonta, AL. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association at alz.org. In memory and celebration of someone who made this world a brighter and better place.

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  • Visitation

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

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Nancy Chavies

January 18, 2021

Know today was not easy for you and your family but pray time will replace the ache of sorrow with the warmth of the many fond memoires you have in your heart.
I remember our time in Berlin, our trip to Rome and many fun card games. Your folks always kept up with me and your Dad and I talked by phone about goverment and grandchildren.

Sonja Montgomery

January 16, 2021

My deepest condolences to the family and all of Terry's friends. A wonderful, kind man joined his wife in heaven. We met Terry, Barbara, and Chris in Berlin, Germany in November 1980, and our two families became instant friends. I worked with Terry at the Comm Squadron at Tempelhof Air Force Base in Berlin, Germany, where he was the hardest working NCO in Heavy Radar. We have been best friends ever since. Once our tour was over, we stayed in touch. Shared stories, recipes, and memories...long distance. I'm sorry that is how we will now be staying in touch, long distance. Terry and his family will stay connected in our hearts, through our stories, prayers, and loving memories. I call Terry the kind, calm, "Quiet Giant," who dearly loved his family and did every thing for them, and they for him. Rest in Peace, Terry Aycock. You have been an inspiration.

Richard Lowe

January 13, 2021

Terry and I and our families were stationed in Berlin, Germany, in the early 80’s. They were our sponsors when we were coming in and went above and beyond to make our start great. They signed for our furniture and household goods and bought us a week’s worth of groceries. They also had a hot meal prepared when were got to our apartment from the airport. Terry and I either rode the AF bus or his car every day to work and worked in the same shop for three years. After he retired from the AF, they located in Birmingham, Al. We would stop on our way to S.C., to visit our daughter and spend the night with them. Terry and Barbara were the best friends we could have had and will miss them greatly.

David Meeks

January 11, 2021

Tommy,David Meeks,just wanted to send u my deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your brother terry.may the Lord bless u and keep u and keep his face to shine on u

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