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Terry Lennon

May 7, 1961 ~ March 10, 2021 (age 59)


Terry Ivan Lennon was born May 7, 1961 in Perth, New Brunkswick, Canada and died in his Framingham, Massachusetts home on March 10, 2021. He was preceded in death by his father, Byron Lennon and his brother Dale Lennon. He is survived by his mother Martha Lennon, brothers Guy Lennon, and Ray Lennon, his daughters Heather Lucas and Amanda Lucas, and grandson Larry Brown. He was also survived by his nephews, Robert Lennon, Jack Lennon, and Shane Lennon, and niece, Roxanne Evans. Terry was a member of the Boston Teamsters Local 25 union for many years, setting up and taking down tradeshows in Boston. He worked hard, long hours on the tradeshow floors, but when he was off he was the life of the party. Terry was a social guy, who would make friends everywhere he went and became a legend after any gathering. Never afraid of anything or anyone, he lived life to the fullest. He was an avid motorcycle rider and often took to the road. One of his favorite travel destinations was Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where he would meet up with friends and relax beach side. The best part about Terry is that no matter who he was with, or where he was, he was the life of the party. The party was where he was standing, and if you weren’t having a good time it was your fault, he would tell you this. He was a kindhearted soul who cared about the people around him. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it and would do so with a smile. He has left the biggest hole in those who knew him. We take comfort in his memories and through his stories his legacy will be carried on. So to T, we miss you more than you could probably know, but look forward to hearing all about your next adventure when we see you again. 

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