Terrence E. Driscoll

November 16, 1955January 3, 2019

Terrence Edward Driscoll, age 63 of Orlando, Florida passed away peacefully on Thursday, January 3, 2019. Terry was born on November 16, 1955 in Woodstown, NJ. He graduated from Plantation High School in 1973 and went on to Florida Technological University. Terry had a career in logistics management and worked for Men’s Warehouse for the past 13 years. He was a member of St. James Cathedral Church and volunteered for Outreach Love Orlando. Terry also served many years as Vice President for the Thornton Park Neighborhood Association and had a passion for giving back to the community. He is survived by his loving wife, Lindsay Driscoll and daughter Caitlin Driscoll, brothers Neal Driscoll, Kevin Driscoll and sisters Cynthia Edwards and Maureen Rudnick as well as many nieces and nephews. Terry is preceded in death by his father William Driscoll, mother Mary Driscoll, brother Jeffry Driscoll and sister Marianne Hutchinson. Services will be held Thursday January 10, 2019 at St. James Cathedral Church at 2:00pm reception at 3:00pm in the social hall.

In lieu of flowers please make charitable donations to Outreach Love Orlando.


  • Visitation Thursday, January 10, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Thursday, January 10, 2019
  • Reception Thursday, January 10, 2019

Terrence E. Driscoll

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Oanhie P

January 13, 2019

Terry was an awesome and kind man. It was always great to see him on Saturdays when I walk into the room for Outreach Love. He would ask, "Where's your Starbucks?" He knew I liked grabbing a cold Starbucks drink before going to Outreach Love. Prayers for his loved ones. Thanks for everything you have done for the community, Terry :]

Terence Knight

January 11, 2019

We here at The Men's Wearhouse send our regards to the family. We are so sorry for your lost. Terry did what he can for us the drivers and the company.
He will be missed.
Drivers at 3003 Hub in Winter Garden, Florida. 34787.
Mathieu, Dumond, Gordon, James, Gimel, Israel, Manuel aka Lefty, and
Terence. All send our condolences and prayers for the family.

John Kelley

January 9, 2019

Lindsay, Caitlin & Driscoll Family,
Terry and I were Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity brothers and for about 18 months in 1976-77, we were roommates. With an easy going manner, gentle soul, and dry sense of humor, Terry made friends easily. He was a True Gentleman and friend to all who knew him. He was a good man and leader. We will miss Terry. May your fond memories of Terry give you peace and comfort.
John Kelley

Attached is a photo of Terry from his college days. Below is a link to Fraternity Alumni posts remembering Terry.

Nalenie Tilak

January 8, 2019

My condolences to the Driscoll's family.

Francisco Serrano

January 8, 2019

I had worked , on and off, with Terry since 2005 and since the days of Mitchell's Formalwear, After Hours Formalwear and MW Tux. As an outside contractor, i had to get the job done but stay out of the way of production and shipping - not easy when its busy. However, Terry was always clear about what he needed, accommodating when he could and always watched out for me and my installers. A class act. Thanks to everyone for sharing about his volunteer work. I celebrate his life and his example as a hard working, generous person with a sense of humor and a good heart. Terry, your example and my memories of you will live on.

Toni Crabtree

January 8, 2019

A few years after we met as volunteers at Outreach Love, I was working on a project about diabetes. I posted a request on Facebook, and Terry responded. He was open, kind and generous in sharing his experience with me, and I am grateful that I had that conversation with him. He was such a good guy!

Maureen C. Berry

January 7, 2019

Lindsay, Caitlin & families,

Sending our hugs, thoughts & prayers for you all during this difficult time.

Your Thornton Park friends,
Maureen & Larry Berry

Susan Ratcliff

January 7, 2019

I will always remember the boy I sat behind in home room. My heart goes out to Lindsay, Caitlin and all of Terry's friends and family. Susan Drobnis Ratcliff, Plantation High School, Class of 73

Tina Herlong

January 7, 2019

I remember the Christmas Eve you proposed to my sister. She opened your gift and pulled out a tiny statue of a man on one knee, everyone caught on but she looked at you a bit confused. Next, she pulled out the engagement ring; the antique one she had admired in a store window. How heartfelt, loving, sensitive and clever; that's how you were.

I will fondly remember these qualities and so many more about you and I will miss you greatly.

May you always rest in peace.

Tina Herlong

Ela Bock

January 6, 2019

You have people around the world loving you and you will have a special place in my heart. 💕
In love Ela