Terrance Lee Feimster “Terry”, 63 years old of Duluth, Georgia passed away on Sunday, May 13, 2018 at Gwinnett Medical Center. Terry was born in Portsmouth, Virginia on November 21, 1954 and moved with his family to Valdosta, Georgia. He is the son of the late William O. Feimster and Judith A. Feimster. Terry graduated from Valdosta High School and was a proud member of the Valdosta Marching Cats Honor Guard. Terry attended Valdosta State University and graduated from Southwestern State University in Americus, Georgia with a degree in Business Management. He was an active member of the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity and remained active in their Alumni Association. He treasured his colleagues and their ongoing friendships. Terry spent his entire career working for Johnson Wholesale Floors, Inc as sales consultant for 36 years. Terry never met a stranger. His outgoing personality and his strong desire to learn the business created his successful career. Terry loved his pit bull, Honey and enjoyed collecting model cars and trains. Surviving are his beloved son, Gavin Feimster of Sautee Nacoochee, Georgia, his brother Byron Feimster (Patti) of Vidalia, Georgia, and nephews Justin Feimster, Chandler Feimster, and Nathan Feimster. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Wages and Sons Funeral Home located at 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lawrenceville, GA. Donations may be made to Friends to theForlorn Pitbull Rescue, Inc, . Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. I worked with Terry for over a decade, and I loved him dearly. I will always smile when I think of him. He made me laugh on so many occasions. He was the salt of the earth. I am blessed to have known him. I am forever grateful to know he is with our wonderful Savior, where he can be with his loved ones. I will miss him, but never forget this wonderful soul.

  2. Acts 24:15 gives a wonderful hope of a resurrection for those we have lost in death. May you endure and find peace through our Father, the God of all comfort

  3. I worked with Terry for over 22 years. He always brought a smile and a great sense of humor when he visited our office. My heart is heavy. I pray that his family finds comfort knowing he is with our Lord and reunited with his beloved parents.

    God Bless you all.

  4. Always enjoyed talking with Terry every week when he came to see us. I used to tease and call him Colonel Sanders (KFC). A good man, he will be missed.

  5. I am sorry for your loss. God says at Rev 21:3,4 that there will be a time in the future when there will be no more pain, sickness, death, sorrow, tears…these former things will have passed away. We look forward to that time. Until then, let the peace and comfort God provides you help you to endure.

  6. Terry was one of the guys who you could never forget. Dedicated to his customers and loyal to his friends. Regardless if his life was being turned upside down or not he always had a smile. A true trooper who will be greatly missed.

  7. I met Terry at Valdosta State. He was full of life, funny, loyal and kind.He has so many friends who loved him. a wonderful legacy…R.I.P. Terry…

  8. We met Terry at Valdosta State. He was so full of life and filled a room with his presence. You will be missed. So glad we had reconnected over the past few years. Rest In Peace

  9. There were no strangers around Terry. He was a soft hearted man that would help a person if he asked for help. He was a TKE-ZN Fraternity brother, a friend, and an all around great person. He will be surely missed.
    RIP my brother.

  10. I met Terry at VSC, now VSU. He and His brother were a vital part of making me who I am and getting me thru school. I am so blessed that I got to see him only a couple of months age. He will be missed.

  11. Terry was one of those special people that you never forget. He made everyone laugh and could make you feel welcome in any situation. Rest In Peace dear friend.

  12. Susan and I are so sorry to hear about the loss of Terry. I’m proud to have worked with him at Johnson Wholesale and always valued his expertise and opinion. Even though our careers went in different directions we remained friends over the years. Our deepest sympathy to his family.

  13. Gavin
    I am sorry to hear about your dad. He was a great man and always with a smile on his face when he would watch you play.

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