We love you Uncle Terry and we will all miss our Uncle and Uncle Chewy lol…love from all of us and prayers to all
Always treated me like family. I will remember that great big smile of his. Fly high Uncle Terry, your work here is done.
Unc I know you had a welcoming waiting for you and I am at peace with that. I’m sure Dad took your other hand to bring you home. To say you’ll be missed is an understatement. There are so many years of great memories made with so many people especially with Auntie and the girls, then those beautiful grandbabies and now 2 beautiful great grandbabies that brought so much love. I remember when D’Shae was little holding your belt loop to little Ms Essence sharing some yummies with you and how priceless and heartwarming it was to see. Loved, yes you are and always will be, but you will be missed so deeply by so many. It takes someone very special to be the greatest “Unc” and I’m grateful that was you! Please watch over Auntie and the girls and all the grandbabies! We love you Unc and we already miss you, rest now.
Love u so so much goin to miss your big hugs as u say HI Danny RIP 🙏 keep looking over us
Terry Wayne Gore, 73, passed away on December 27, 2022 at his home surrounded by his family.
He was born on June 18, 1949, to Paul and Helen (Reese) Gore in Chandler, Indiana.
In 1971, he married the love of his life, Cindy, and they created a beautiful life together. His children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren were his world.
Terry worked at Warrick County Highway Department for over 20 years; he then went on to working Maintenance for 13 years. He enjoyed fishing, golfing, and spending time outdoors. He treasured the time he spent coaching softball with his girls at Chandler Ball Park; a lot of special memories were made on that field.
Terry loved spending his days with his family. Terry will be remembered as a loving husband, devoted father, and gifted grandfather and great-grandfather.
Terry is survived by his loving wife of 51 years Cindy Gore; children Rodney Mosley, Christy Gore (Aaron) and Terri Gore-Barnes; Grandchildren Caylee Gore, D’Shae Barnes, Solomon (Quadre) Barnes IV, Tyana Barnes, Hayley Mosley, James Mosley, Jess Mosley-Cox; great-grandchildren Essence Rose and Avery Mae; siblings Beverly (Larry) Stacer and Jack (Judy) Gore; Special friends Ronnie Lufcy and Milton (Brenda) Ward; nieces Meshia, Mary and James, and numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family; and of course, his best buddy, his dog Loki.
Terry was preceded in death by parents and siblings John (Charlene) Gore, Janet (George) Merta, and Lollie Miller.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Heart to Heart Hospice for all their compassion and care. The outpour of love, support, and condolences from friends, family, and the community has been encouraging during this time.
There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date.
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