Michael Stuart Terry

March 14, 1944August 2, 2018

TERRY, Michael S 74, passed away suddenly on August 2, 2018 at Palms of Pasadena Hospital. Mike was born March 14, 1944 in Philadelphia, PA. He graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with a Bachelor of Science; he then attended the University of Rochester where he completed his MBA. Mike then served in the US Navy as an Officer of the Supply Corps from 1969 to 1973. After serving his country, he worked at IBM for 12 years then ran Trust Departments for three major banks. Mike was a past Commodore of the Pasadena Yacht and Country Club Cruising Fleet, he also served on the Firemen's Pension Board for St Pete Beach, and was a member of St John Vianney Church. Mike was a loving husband and caring father. His sharp mind and friendly disposition will be forever missed by all of his friends. He is survived by his wife Marilyn, his son Christopher and his wife Amanda, and daughter Kimberly. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 am with a reception to follow Friday Aug 10th at St John Vianney Catholic Church 445 82nd Ave, St Pete Beach. Flowers will be gratefully accepted and acknowledged. Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the American Heart Association as tribute. Mike will be laid to rest at Bay Pines National Cemetery. Beach Memorial Chapel St Pete Beach 360-5577. Condolences may be offered at


  • Marilyn Terry, Wife
  • Christopher (Amanda) Terry, Son
  • Kimberly Terry, Daughter


  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, August 10, 2018
  • Reception Gathering Friday, August 10, 2018

Michael Stuart Terry

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Anita Waters

November 25, 2018

This is very sad news. We met Mariln and Mike on a cruise to Anarctica in February of 2017. We shared many happy evenings and a nice day in Montevideo. As we parted we thought we had exchanged contact info when indeed we had not. We were hoping to meet up again on another cruise. Our deep sympathy to Marilyn and the family. Anita and Brian Waters

James Hyland

August 10, 2018

Jim Hyland

August 10, 2018

Dixie and John McDonald

August 10, 2018

We met Mike and Marilyn when we first moved to Florida 14 years ago and have so many wonderful memories of Mike.

On board our boat and at cruising fleet events all up and down the Florida coast, trips to Key west, gourmet club, fireworks. He and Marilyn are in so many of our memories and photo

His affable and warm personality and infectious smile was fun, welcoming and helpful to all who came in contact with him and will be greatly missed missed.

Dixie and John McDonald

Jeanette and Richard Weaver

August 10, 2018

We ate both saddened to hear of Mikes passing .He was a friendly , intelligent man who loved his family . We met Mike and Marylin on across Atlantic Cruise with RC in 2012. We had the pleasure of having them stay with us in Australia in the Oct of the same year for a week . We had a great week showing them Sydney and a trip to stay with Richards brother in the Blue Mountains . A few years later we met again in Sydney for lunch at the Manly Skiff Club . We were to meet again in 2019. Our thoughts are with the whole family in this sad time especially Marylin. R.I.P Mike
Jeanette and Richard Weaver

Deborah Giaquinto

August 8, 2018

My sincere and deepest sympathy to Marilyn, Christopher and Kimberly for the loss of your loving husband and father. I knew Mike when I was a member of the Pasadena Country Club. I also got involved with the Cruising Fleet of the club and that is where I got to know Mike and Marilyn. All I can say is that Mike was a gentleman, always kind and supportive as I participated in all the CF activities. Mike will be sorely missed. May God continue to Bless the entire family to give them strength and grace as this new chapter in their lives unfold. Mike I know God will keep you close as you watch over your loved ones, rest in peace.
Love, Deborah Giaquinto (Debbi)