Terry Lee Boer
Terry Lee Boer, 70, of Kountze, died Sunday, June 5, 2022. He was born on June 1, 1952, in Hammond, Indiana, to Iva Nell Edwards Boer and Peter Clarence Boer.
Survivors include his wife, Karen Boer; children, Charity Boer and her fiancé, Cal Castillo, of Kountze; Christy Hill of Deer Park; Terri Marie Monteith of Mont Belvieu; Ryan Matthew Price and his wife, Kim, of Kountze; Jason Everett Price and his wife, Heather, of Kountze; and Daniel Peters and his wife, Mattia, of Aransas Pass; grandchildren, Carsyn, Carli, Cody, Alexandria, Savannaha, Kaila, Jalynn, Jordan, Kacie, Colby, Payton, Rachel, Krysta, Briana, Jamy, Solomon, Bradley, Ashtyn, Easton, and J.R.; great-grandchildren, Remi Lou, Lane, Tobyn, Noah, Malachi, Dani, Valorie, Beckett, Jayden, Marianna, Leyah, and Sevyn; and siblings, Roger Boer and his wife, Kathy, of Winamac, Indiana; Peter Boer and his wife, Patty, of Valparaiso, Indiana; and Mary Nell Rowe and her husband, Jim, of Lowell, Indiana. He is preceded in death by his parents; son, John Boer; grandson, Logan Arnold; and siblings, Richard Boer, Diane Boer, and Paulette Bostian.
A gathering of Terry’s family and friends will be 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., Thursday, June 9, 2022, at Cornerstone Baptist Church, 1600 South Pine Street, Kountze, under the direction of Broussard’s, Silsbee. His funeral service will be 2:00 p.m., Friday, June 10, 2022, at the church. His interment will be at Lum’s Garden of Memories, Macedonia, Texas.
Usually when I write to you I express my sarcasm and Witty sense of humor, but not this time.
As I sit here 1 week after your passing I still can not believe you are gone. I know you are with your Lord and savior but I can’t help being selfish and wanting you here with me. I love you Dad. I am so great full that you found mom and made us a family. I am so thankful that Cal was able to get to know you and what a great man you were. I am glad that my kids were able to know and love you the way I did! The pain that me and my my girls feel is unbearable! I do not know how I am going to do this life without you. Since you were 18 I have been with you! Sometimes in person and a lot away but I could hear your voice or see your face. I will cherish our deep conversations and always remember your butterfly kisses.
I love you with all my heart Dad.
What else can you say about this man? He loved everyone, especially his grandkids! I promise you Terry I will marry your daughter as we agreed lol Love you pops!
I’m so grateful I got to meet Terry and see first hand the amazing man and devoted husband he was to Karen! What a special person he was to so many. Our hearts and prayers are with all of your family during this time. May God wrap his arms around you and may you have peace knowing Terry is home with our Father God in Heaven. He’s surrounded at the throne with all of your family that were waiting for him!! Xoxo
Karen, so sorry to hear about your husband. Will keep you and your family in our Prayers.
Terry Was my very best friend and I was so sad to hear of his passing. We were so close that when one of us would start a conversation the other one could finish it. Terry and I worked together for many years in the health and safety industry, and he was respected and distinguished by everyone, especially his co-workers and work crews. I’ve always admired the depth of his love and dedication for his wife Karen and his entire family. He talked about them so much to me that I feel like I know them all. I will always miss our occasional calls when we would update our lives, and oh yes share a couple of jokes.
I will never loose Terry as a friend but only lost his presence because he will always remain in my heart and my memories.