In Loving Memory
H. Terry Child
8/22/1946 - 2/15/2012





Harold Terry Child, 65, of Firth passed away February 15, 2012 at Bingham Memorial Hospital.

He was born August 22, 1946 at Shelley, Idaho to Harold T. and Amy Pearl Madsen Child.  He attended schools in Firth graduating from Firth High School in 1964.  He then attended Weber State University.

He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.


Terry married Jennifer Sethmann and they had two children, Shawn and Kristan.  They were later divorced.  He worked for the Oregon Liquor Commission, retiring after 30 years.

He is survived by his two children, Shawn Child and Kristan Child, six grandchildren, Trevor, Fallon, Josie, Mont, Logan, Hazel Rose, and one great grandchild, Olivia Joy, siblings, Elvin Goodson, Jeanice Dye, Shirley Burris, Bonnie Hansen, and Connie Martin.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Funeral Services will be 1:00 P.M. Monday, February 20, 2012 at Nalder Funeral Home (110 West Oak) in Shelley.  The family will receive friends for one hour prior to the services.  Interment will be in the Shelley Hillcrest Cemetery.


    

Online Condolences
From: Kathy Schofield   Idaho Falls ID
Relationship:  Friend

I know Terry will be making the gardens in heaven as pretty as he made his. The world has lost a wonderful Man. His kind soul and beautiful smile will be missed. Lots of prayers and hugs for his family and grandchildren. Now he is out of pain. love Kathy
Sent:  2/17/2012
From: Valerie Nettgen   Belvidere IL
Relationship:  Niece

My heartfelt love and sympathy to all family and friends. Uncle Terry was truly one of the kindest people I know. I loved to go visit him when I went to Firth. His face just lit up with happiness when he talked about his children and grandchildren. What a gifted carpenter he was. Love you Uncle Terry. Thank you for your example of patience, love, and enduring in faith.
Sent:  2/17/2012
From: Karen Walsh   Milwaukie Oregon
Relationship:  Friend/Co-worker

My condolences to Terry's family and friends. I worked closely with Terry for many years at the OLCC and got to know him well. He was a wonderful man - I'm know he will be dearly missed by all that were close to him.
Sent:  2/18/2012
From: Debbie Doncouse   Pocatello Idaho
Relationship:  Niece

I love that my little brother was named after Uncle Terry, it'll make it easy to always think of him even though he has passed on to a better place. I'll never forget his infectious laugh. We all love you and will miss you Uncle Terry, I'm glad you are no longer suffering and are now with Great Grandma and Grandpa Child.
Sent:  2/19/2012
From: Larry Morris Pat Mulhausen   Dundee Or.
Relationship:  Friends

With deepest sympathy to TC's family.Thank's TC for your many years of friendship.You will be missed.
Sent:  2/20/2012
From: Bubba Bolinder   Firth Idaho
Relationship:  Friend

Thoughts & Prayers go out to Shawn & Kristan. TC will truly be loved & missed by many. Terry will always be remembered. My Heart goes out to the Child Family.
Sent:  2/20/2012
From: Jack Sunday   Fargo North Dakota
Relationship:  Old friend...

I first saw him on a Firth High football field. And saw him last in his yard, checking out his garden. Whadda' guy. he is missed.
Sent:  2/20/2012
From: Sue Hulett   Milwaukie Oregon
Relationship:  Friend

My heart goes out to Terry's family and especially Shawn and Kristan who I love very much. I am so glad I new you Terry and that we shared plenty of fun times together during the many years we knew each other. Give Grandma Amy a big hug for me! Love you always dear friend.......
Sent:  2/20/2012
From: Linda Page-Thomas   Gresha Oregon
Relationship:  friend

Everyone who worked with and knew Terry will be saddened by his early passing. He was a great guy, fun to be around and really good looking. My sympathies to his family.
Sent:  2/21/2012
From: Barbara Berger   Portland Oregon
Relationship:  co-worker

My condolences to Terry's family and friends. I have many wonderful memories of working with Terry at the OLCC. May we know no more sorrow.
Sent:  2/21/2012
From: Ellaine Simonsen   Gresham OR
Relationship:  Friend

My heart and sympathy go out to his family. I worked with Terry for many years at the Liquor Commission. He was a very special person and will be missed by all who knew him.
Sent:  2/21/2012
From: Beverly Heward   American Falls Idaho
Relationship:  Cousin

Most of my memories of Terry are as a small child. He was such a cute little boy and had a happy smile all the time. I am so sorry he had to suffer like he did and thank all those who cared for him so tenderly. Your lovely service was a beautiful and loving tribute to him.
Sent:  2/21/2012
From: Rachel Immel   Portland Oregon
Relationship:  Friend and co-worker

My sincere sympathy to Terry's family at this time. Working with Terry at the OLCC was always a pleasure and talking and laughing with him at coffee breaks was a daily ritual. He could be so funny; I remember one time at the table we noticed he had ripped the seams out of the sleeves of his short-sleeved sport shirt. When asked about it, he looked innocently at us, with a big grin, and said that his muscles had gotten too big for his shirt, so instead of buying a larger shirt, he just opened the sleeve seams to "my arms aren't so crowded"! He could always make us laugh. His passing is a true loss.
Sent:  2/23/2012
From: Ron Hendricks   Ogden Utah
Relationship:  Friend

To Shawn and Kristan and family of Terry Child. We just heard of your Dad's passing. We send our heart felt condolences to your families. We are proud to call him a friend for over 50 years. We'll always remember his smile and gentile nature and the hit he put on me on the football field in Hight School. Its been 50 years, I still feel it today. Our hearts and prayers are with you always. Julie and Ron Hendricks
Sent:  2/24/2012

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