Terry Allen Slocum, Jr., age 41, of Gaylord, MI, passed away unexpectedly on June 19, 2022.
Terry was born March 23, 1981, the son of Terry Slocum, Sr., and Robin Lesatz.
He had a big heart that was often hidden behind a huge wall. Those lucky enough to break down the wall were loved unconditionally.
Terry made a family out of the many friends and loved ones he met along his life’s journey. He will be dearly missed by all.
He was preceded in death by his father, Terry Slocum, Sr.
Terry is survived by his mother, Robin (Dale) Lesatz; his siblings, Bobby (Stephanie) Wells-Slocum, Timothy (Laura) Such, Brandon (Leslie) Slocum, and Charlie Such; children, Michael Boughner, Hannah Bailey, Kylee Slocum, Addison Slocum, and Jacob Johns; step-children, Chryssa Norton, Austin Bowron, and Danny Hodges; nieces and nephews, Hailey, Hannah, Damian, Dominic, Brayden, Paige, Nashira, and Paislee.
A memorial service will be held on Friday, July 1, 2022, at 1:00 p.m. from the Nelson Funeral Home. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Friday, July 1, from 11:00 a.m. until the time of services.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to the Nelson Funeral Home and Cremation Service, PO Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.
11 comments on “Terry A. Slocum Jr.”
So sorry for your loss.
You are loved and very much missed. We had a lot of good times with you over the years and seen your good and bad side, but you were always a loyal friend and had a heart of gold, I will miss your smile and laughter and jokes (even the bad ones) this truly breaks my heart, Terry, Rest In Peace, Brother. My condolences to the entire Slocum family.
Our condolences to you and your family Bobbi. We’ll be sending positive energy and thoughts your way. So sorry
My heart goes out to the Slocum family sorry for your loss Terry was a great person one hell of a friend he will be missed much love brother.
Terry made his mark on this world even though he was here for a short time . Rip Bud To “The Slocum Family “you have my deepest condolences ..
Terry, I’m going to miss you brother. We were crazy kids back in the day lived together multiple times, and had a lot of great memories. You were an original person for sure but anyone that knew you on my level knew your heart was pure. You literally gave your shirt off your back and your last penny to help anyone. Rest easy friend we will raise hell again one day!
Terry, you have been a family friend of mine since we were very young. I will miss you more than you know, my friend and brother. My heart goes out to all your friends and family.
Much love from the Quinn family.
You have always had such a solid genuine heart. You will be missed by many. I’m sorry for your sudden departure. My heart goes out to you and your family.
We lost each other over the years, some of the best memories were when you were young. We love you and say Hi to your cousins in heaven. You guys are gone but not forgotten. Love auntie Debbie, uncle Dave and family.
Terry, the time we did have together was a Rollercoaster of fun, yes things weren’t perfect and we did split, but you taught me so much you gave me so much you had the biggest heart in the world, I know your life wasn’t easy but know you can rest in peace no more bullshit, no more pain, no more broken hearts, just enjoy your life in heaven and save me a seat; much love many prayers , it’s never say goodbye it’s see you later. SINCERLY ATR MUCH LOVE ❤ 😍 💖 ❣ 💕 💘 ❤ 😍 💖 ❣ 💕 💘 ❤ 😍 💖 ❣
Thank you all for the love.