Terry P. Viator, Jr., age 44 of Lawrenceville, died July 14, 2012. He was preceded in death by his father, Terry P. Viator, Sr., and grandparents; Dophie and Lillian Viator and Leed and Felie Boudreaux. He is survived by his wife; Lisa England Viator, daughter; Taryn Viator, granddaughter; Lillian Viator, grandson; Tatum Viator, mother; Nancy Viator, sister and brother-in-law Tiffany V. and Ricky J. Sanchez, Jr., mother-in-law; Betty Boose, brothers-in-law Scooter England, Randy England, Robby England Gretchen, and sisters-in-law; Mary Anne Davis and Sissy Paquette Tom and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Terry worked at Spirit Delivery for the past 5 years. He enjoyed car racing, LSU football and anything sports related. He was extremely devoted to his family and friends. A memorial service will be held Tuesday July 17, 2012 at 6 pm at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. Pat was always laughing and full of personality!! Prayers to his family as such a difficult and sudden loss.

  2. Words cannot express my sadness to hear about Pat. My thoughts and prayers for comfort are with Lisa, Taryn, and the entire family. I have been friends with Pat since we were 13 years old, and have always stayed in touch through the years. He was one of those friends who you could go without being in touch for a while, but then pick up right where you left off. I have so many great memories of fun times that I will cherish forever, and I feel blessed to have known him.

  3. Pat had a special light all his own. You couldn’t help but Love him. I’ve thought about him often through the years. Every time he popped into my mind, I found myself smiling out loud. The loss of this beautiful soul weighs heavy on my heart. I loved him and called him friend.

  4. Perry and I are so saddened at the passing of Pat. Our hearts and prayers are with you all. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.

  5. I am saddened by the loss of such a great man. My sincerest condolences go out to the Viator family. Terry will be Sadly missed.

  6. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I met Terry twice at our annual conferences and I don’t think I have ever met someone with such a great personality. He could have you laughing within the first minute of meeting you. That is a special gift and everyone who knew him knows how great of a man he was. The prayers of me and my family go out to the family of Terry.

  7. I would like to send my heartfelt condolences to the family and friend of Pat….Nancy, you are all in my prayers, now in your time of sorrow and always…I pray God’s amazing love will help you thru this sorrowful time…God Bless, Judy

  8. We are deeply saddened to hear of Terry’s passing and extend our deepest sympathies. Terry will be greatly missed.

  9. I can’t begin to express how much Terry will be missed. Though my friendship started with Lisa, I came to regard Terry as a big brother. His funny wit and devotion to his family defined his true character. Terry, we miss and love you dearly.

  10. My deepest sympathy to your family. Pat and I became friends in high school and I will always remember his kindness and bright smile. He was truly a wonderful person.

  11. Please know that our thoughts, prayers and support continue on for you during this most difficult time.
    CoWorkers of Harold England
    -Sue Holloway
    -Terry Walker
    -Dennis Ard
    -Harry Childress
    -Robert Lemons
    -James Wooten
    -John Terrell
    Robins Air Force Base, GA

  12. Terry had such a vibrant personality, and always managed to brighten up everyone’s day. I am so sad and surprised to hear that he is gone. My deepest condolences to his family and friends. We will all miss him, dearly.

  13. My deepest sympathy to all who knew Terry, he will be missed very much. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  14. My condolences to all the family.Being a friend since 1994,I truly know Terry knew the meaning of friendship,his heart is golden,attending countless nascar races,golfing,lunches,talks about life,family,goals,dreams,wishes,my life was truly blessed having him there. I will miss you like a natural brother Terry.Rest in Peace,in Heaven My True Friend.

  15. I realize that no words can heal your deep sorrow, but please know that all of our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this most difficult time. All of us in Louisiana are having difficulty grasping this life changing event for you all. May God wrap his arms around all of you and carry you thru this heartbreak. May he give you strength to move forward for Pat’s little family that he fought so long and hard for. Lisa, my heart goes out to you, and we will pray for God’s love to see you through this drastic change of events. Ms Nancy, no words can help heal your pain. Please know that we are all here for you with shoulders to lean on whenever you may need. Tiffany, Big, Big Hugs! God Bless all of you!

    Joan Smith, Marcus Smith,
    Misti Dyson-Turner and Teddy Turner,
    Mrs Jeanette D. Viator

  16. Praying for your family. May our Lord comfort you all during this difficult time. I clearly remember all the times that Pat would make Tiffany and I laugh whenever we were children. He will be remembered. Hugs and kisses to Mrs. Nancy and Tiffany.

  17. My deepest condolences to the Viator family. Terry was a terrific friend. He will be missed by all that knew him.

  18. My deepest sympathy goes out to your family and everyone that knew Terry.
    I never met anyone that could make someone smile so quckly as Terry could. The smiles, laughter and great conversations that surrounded him will be missed greatly.

    Rest in peace my friend.

  19. My deepest sympathy goes out to Terry’s family as you struggle through the grief and sadness. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

  20. I never met Terry, but just talking on the phone with him was special enough. He had a incredible way of putting a smile on your face. I will miss joking around and talking football with him. My deepest condolences go out to his family.

  21. My deepest condolences to all that knew Terry. He worked with us at Romac, a few years ago. Terry was always so polite and respectful on the phones and in person and always put a smile on your face. Even with simple things like how he answered the phones for customer service, “How are you today Miss Mary or how are things going Mr. Joe”. That kind of care and respect is rare. He will be missed, so sorry for your loss.

  22. In the 8 years I knew him at Peachtree Vending he never failed to make me laugh. He loved his daughter and wife dearly and I enjoyed the many talks we shared. He was a kind soul who cared about people and was a joy to be around. Rest in peace Terry, and God bless you.

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