Terry Dane Tribble
December 28, 1966 – January 20, 2019
Terry Dane Tribble was born on December 28, 1966 in Walhalla, South Carolina. Terry was 52 years of age and a resident of Hickory, North Carolina. He passed away at his residence in the early morning of January 20, 2019. Terry is the 3rd son of his late parents, James Albert Tribble and Lucinda Robinson Tribble Williams, both of Walhalla, South Carolina. In addition to his parents, Terry was preceded in death by his son, Daniel Keith Tribble; oldest brother, Antonio B. Tribble; sisters, Darlene Tribble and Angela M. Williams; and sister-in-law, Inga B. Tribble.
Those remaining to cherish his memory include his sons, Christopher L. Tribble of Anderson, SC and Onterrio D. Tribble of Hickory, NC; grandchildren, Daishia D. Tribble and Janiya L. Rhinehart of Hickory, NC; brothers, Terry’s beloved twin, Kerry L. Tribble (Jamie Cook-Fox), Shelley “Andre” Tribble, all of Hickory, NC; Jonathan E. Torrence (Latonia) of Landis, NC; James Marcus Tribble (Yvonne) of Austell, GA; Terry D. Webb and Adriane L. Tribble, both of Hickory, NC and Victor D. Tribble of Sherrills Ford, NC; sisters, Mala A. Williams (Dewayne) of Dallas, NC, Vanedda P. Tribble of Hickory, NC, and Tara Dawkins (Robert) of Charlotte, NC; and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Terry Dane Tribble enjoyed his former job working as the General Manager for Taco Bell of Newton, Hickory and Lenoir, NC. He also took pleasure in shooting pool, playing golf, and pulling for the Carolina Panthers. Terry adored and was proud of his grandchildren, Daishia and Janiya. He was a man known for taking delight in a great laugh, joking around, being a great husband, hard working father and an ideal friend. Terry lived his life to the best of his ability. His infectious smile and crazy laugh would overshadow any sign of health problems. Terry helped his mother finish raising (4) of his siblings before she passed away. He shared a large heart by showing continuous love for others. Terry truly liked being a twin and had great affection for his brother, Kerry. He also adored being a true man, and a father to his own seeds, Chris, Onterrio and Daniel, a grandfather, an uncle and a good friend and for that he will be dearly missed.