STEEP FALLS- Terrance “Terry” S. Wilson, 60, of Kezar Falls, Maine, passed away Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2022, after a long hard, fought battle with cancer fighting right up until he passed, with his family at his bedside. Terry was born on March 11, 1962, in Conway, NH, son of Bruce C. Wilson of Hiram and Lydia (Brackett) Lorrain of S. Portland. In addition to his Mother and Father, Terry is survived by his son, Walter B. Wilson, a Marine stationed in Okinawa, Japan, his seven siblings in which he was the oldest, his brother Bruce Eric Wilson and wife Diane of Estero, FL, his brother Robert Scott Wilson, of Sanford, his brother Bruce Harmon and wife Phyllis of Steep Falls, his brother Edwin Lord and wife Jayleen of Baldwin, his brother Daren Lorrain of Nashville, TN, his brother Ryan Lorrain of Gorham and his sister Rachael Martin and husband Greg of Baldwin, extended family, Jackie, Jason, Melissa, Jessica and Angela Rowe, bonus siblings, Joe Douglas, Beverly Hodgdon and husband Greg, and predeceased by RuthAnn Peritore all from Sanford, He is survived by several Aunts and Uncles and was especially close to his Uncle Bob Wilson of Brownfield and Gary Wilson of Harrison, also many nieces, nephews and cousins. Terry had a lot of friends, including Brenda Pelletier, who helped during his battle, and his dear friend Monica Tombasco, who has been by his side throughout.
Terry worked in construction most of his life alongside his dad and was very good at his craft. He loved hunting and fishing with his dad, son, Uncles, Brothers and nephews, a tradition that was carried on over the years. He was an avid outdoorsman who loved nature. He was very proud of his Marine son, Walter. Terry was a very good pool player and played in leagues most of his life. He loved the Dallas Cowboys as most of his Patriots fans would know. Terry was also a member of the Greenleaf Masonic lodge. Terry was a rolling stone and marched to the beat of his own drum. Everyone that has ever met Terry has a story to tell that would usually make you laugh.
Visiting hours will be held on Saturday, January 7 from 2 - 4 PM at the Poitras, Neal & York Funeral Home, 71 Maple St., in Cornish. A Masonic Funeral Service will conclude the visiting hours. Burial will be in the spring at Stanley Cemetery in South Hiram. Online condolence messages can be submitted at the funeral home website, www.mainefuneral.com
In lieu of flowers please donate to the Wounded Warrier Project, or a charity of your choosing.