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Terrence John Terry Rorke 19522018

Terrence John “Terry” Rorke
1952-2018
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Terry
(TJ) Rorke on Friday, December 28th at the
Palliative Care Unit at Saint John Regional Hospital, surrounded by
family.
Terry was born in Toronto on April 7, 1952, a son of the late
George and Eileen (Collins) Rorke. Terry is survived by his
wife Deborah (Lavigne) Rorke, 3 sons; Shawn Rorke (Sarah) of Barrie
ON, Patrick Rorke (Stephanie) of Barrie ON and Bryan Rorke (Jade) of
Hampton NB, 2 brothers; Raymond Rorke (Marilyn) of Gravenhurst ON and
George Rorke (Kerry) of ON, 4 sisters; Coleen Jackson (Gary) of Barrie
ON, Eileen Cross (Kevin) of Barrie ON, Maureen Rorke of Innisfil ON
and Kathryn Leeper (Glenn) of Barrie ON and 2 grandsons; Declan and
Calum Rorke.
In addition to his parents, Terry was predeceased by a
brother Bryan.
As a young man, Terry had a love of aviation and model
building, baseball, and spending time outdoors fishing. He became an
Ontario Provincial Police Officer in 1974 and moved quickly up the
ranks to become Detective Sergeant, before retiring in 2004 and moving
to St. Martin’s NB.
After being chased for 4 years, he finally relented
and married Deb in 1976. Throughout 42 years of marriage he became the
proud father of 3 wonderful sons, Shawn, Patrick, and Bryan; and a
loving grandfather to Declan and Calum. He was a man who knew how he
liked things to be and would settle for nothing short of
perfection.
Terry was an animal lover, a voracious reader, and a news
junkie. He had an adventurous culinary pallet and was a lover of all
things Maritimes. Terry loved to be around his family and was proud of
his Irish ancestry, spending many hours online, and in books,
researching and cataloguing his family history. Any day, you could
find him camped out in his “Ship Room” reading a book or
researching his many interests. Terry spent many hours in his garage,
meticulously customizing his prized Mustang, and ensuring it was
shined to perfection. Terry and Deb were very proud of the various
awards they won as members of the Valley Cruisers.
Terry was a unique and proud man, deeply loved and respected
by family and friends.
We will love and always miss you, each and every
day.
The family would like to say a heartfelt thank you
to the wonderful staff of the Palliative Care Unit of Saint John
Regional Hospital. We are so grateful for your kindness and care
throughout this difficult time.
“TJ, I would follow you to the ends of the world,
meaning Hornpayne (haha)! And even now, I will be walking every step
with you.” – Love you forever, Deb
Arrangements have been entrusted to Reid’s Funeral
Home (506-832-5541), 1063 Main Street, Hampton, NB, where visitation
will be held on Thursday, January 3rd, 2019
from 2 to 4 and 6 – 8pm. There will not be a funeral service at
Terry’s request.
Donations in memory of Terry may be made to either the SPCA
or to the Palliative Care Unit of the Saint John Regional Hospital.
Personal condolences to the family and memorial donations may be made
through ReidsFH.com
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