Condolence: To Terry (jnr) and the huge family that he is part of, my condolences. Always really tough to lose a parent/grandparent/great grand-parent. Hopefully the great memories quickly crowd out the sadness of these days.
One of Terry's hockey friends, Mike (pylon) Williams
Dear Brooks John, Patrick, Martha, Terry, Sarah, Edward & Matthew!
Such sad news to hear of Terry's demise. The end of a wonderful era for you with your great parents Loretta and Terry. As neighbours in T.O. for so many years, we loved you all and enjoyed many good times and friendships with you. Your Dad was a lovely man, both to look at,to listen to and be with. A great father who led his seven children down the street each morning to OLPH school where you all
flourished, went out into the world and did well.
Ned and I send our love and sympathy to you all and are sorry that Perth is not nearby so we could be with you
at Terry's funeral. We will be in touch. xoxo Ned & Sue
Condolence: On behalf of the Armitage family, our sincerest condolences to the entire Brooks family. Terry was such a wonderful person. He was good friends with my parents, and many summer nights were spent at the Farmhouse with the whole Brooks clan. We are all thinking of you at this difficult time.
Condolence: To the Brooks family. I am saddened to hear of Mr Brooks death. I knew him at Fasken & Calvin where I worked in the 70s as as a parishioner at Blessed Sacrament in Toronto. He was a true gentleman who was so proud of his children. He was a kind and caring presence who will be fondly remembered.
W ill be remembered
Condolence: We were all saddened to hear the news of Terry's passing, but know that he is now in a happier place with his beloved Loretta. Both of them were always especially considerate of our mother, Jean Garry, and for that we will remember them with particular fondness and gratitude. Terry was kind and thoughtful to all he met, and he will be greatly missed by many. Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers go out to his large and loving family.
With sincere condolences,
Mary, Ken and Family
Please accept my deepest sympathies on the passing of Terry. He was such a sincere, caring, and kind human being and so loving to his large family. I especially remember him as a wonderful elder brother to my late brother-in-law Darcy and a supportive friend to my sister, Linda. Unfortunately, I cannot attend the funeral, but I will be there in spirit.