Order Flowers now for guaranteed delivery before Terry's visitation.
Terry Glenn SimpsonTerry Glen Simpson Lyman - Terry Glenn Simpson, 59, of Lyman died Friday, June 13, 2014 at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City after a short illness. He was born July 7, 1954 in Craig, Colorado, the son of Robert Simpson and Dorothy Lovelett Simpson. He attended schools in Browns Park, Colorado, Dutch John, and Manila, graduating from Manila High School with the class of 1972. He also attended Wyo Tech in Laramie and received both his automotive and diesel certification. He married Michelle Jeanette Hebert September 3, 1983 in Green River, Wyoming. He was employed as a mechanic with Haliburton, Macy’s Truck Repair in Rock Springs, and owned his own business Terry’s Diesel services in Lyman. In the past, he had worked for the forest services as a fire jumper. He was a member of the Lion’s Club in Mountain View, and Rock Springs Elks Lodge. He was also a member of the Bridger Valley Baptist Church. His interests were inventing, especially tools, hunting, fishing, river rafting, outdoors, scuba diving, woodworking, the Utes and the Broncos, and spending time with his children. Survivors include his wife, Michelle Jeanette Simpson of Lyman; mother Dorothy Janet Simpson of Browns Park, Colorado; sons Christopher Michael Simpson of Lyman, and Jesse Robert Simpson and wife Amanda of Fargo, North Dakota; daughter Melissa Dianne Simpson and fiancé Erik of Phoenix, Arizona; sisters Barbara Diana Bailey and husband Fred of Lincoln, Nebraska, Ellen Kay Simpson of Browns Park, and Tammy Sue Gorzalka and husband Lenard of Sheridan, Wyoming; several aunts and uncles; numerous cousins; several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father Robert Eugene Simpson and uncle Earl Simpson. A celebration of his life will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at the Bridger Valley Baptist Church, 504 East Clark Street, Lyman, Wyoming. Interment will take place in the Bull Canyon Ranch Family Cemetery, Browns Park, Colorado.
im so sorry for your loss. terry was a wonderful and kind man. he would help anyone. it will e a terrible loss.
tracey devargas brooks Jun 20 2014 10:44 PM