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Terry Lee Landis

April 14, 1964 - July 26, 2022
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Kathleen Doughty

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Terry Lee Landis

April 14, 1964 - July 26, 2022

Terry Lee Landis of Green Lane, PA, was born in Sellersville, PA on April 14th, 1964 and passed away peacefully in his home on July 26, 2022, after a 40 month battle with GBM Brain Cancer. He was 58 years old. 

Terry loved his work as an HVAC dispatcher at Tustin Mechanical in Quakertown, PA division for 6 years, before that he enjoyed work in Shipping and Receiving and Logistics for 31 years at Cardone Industries in Philadelphia, PA. As a young man he worked for a cobbler, was a steel worker, and a shed builder. 

He was an avid NASCAR and dirt racing fan, carpenter, raised chickens, Jack of all trades, loving family man. He loved his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

He was predeceased by his father Ronald W. Landis of Woxall, PA

He is survived by his beloved wife of 35 years, Susan (Hess) and their 6 children, Rick(34) and wife Jade (Bergey), Drew(32) and wife Michaela (Smith), Kevin(30) and wife Ana (Lingenfelder), Casey(25), Emmalynne(20) and Boeden(17).

He leaves cherished grandchildren Ethan, Wryn & Charlotte.
He also leaves his Mother Diane, his brothers Todd (Martha) & Timothy (Beth) and many nieces and nephews.

Family will receive friends and family for an open house memorial on Tuesday, August 23rd between the hours of 11am-2pm at Green Lane Park Stone Pavilion.



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Leonard Rivera What can you say about a special person like Terry. He always put principle over convenience. Terry did the right thing regardless if it was hard. I will miss him. I knew Terry would drop anything and come to my aid if I needed him to and there aren't too many people in my life I can confidently say that about. God's plan is not always what we think or understand. I grieve in the fact that Terry won't be able to walk down another wedding aisle with his children or celebrate Christmas with more grandchildren. But I know that he was a good friend to me and as we grew older I did not see him as much as in the past, that did not tarnish the memories of growing up having Terry as my good friend; and believe he served an important part in my life. He may be gone but I will not forget him and I will cherish those memories we made together. Lenny
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