Monday, February 23, 2009

Obituary: Terrence Edwin Frewing

The Daily Iowegian - 24 September 2004
  Terrence Edwin Frewing, 60, went to heaven to be with the Lord on Sept. 16, 2004, while at home in JeromeIowa. Thomas Lange Funeral Home is handling arrangements. 
He was born August 15, 1944, in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, the son of Frank and Lois Frewing.   He graduated from Prairie Bible Institute in Three Hills, Alberta, with a four-year degree in Biblical Studies and from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. In his life he served as a missionary to Valencia, Spain, worked for his father's garage door company, managed apartment buildings in Centerville, Iowa, was a goldsmith and framer for Heirloom Jewelers in Centerville (also managing it), worked many different areas for Curwood, (including extrusion and resin scheduler) and was an independent contractor for Primerica Financial Services in Centerville. 
He married Barbara Jones on June 7, 1975 in DavenportIowa
He is survived by his wife Barbara of Jerome; parents Frank and Lois of Victoria, B.C.; two sons, John Frewing and his wife Kelly of Rochester, New York, and Tim Frewing of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; a sister Darleen Larsen and her husband Randy of Kelowna, B.C.; a brother, Grant Frewing and his wife Loriane, of Langley, B.C.; a brother, Donald Frewing of Victoria, B.C.; and a sister, Doreen Alton and her husband Ross of Victoria, B.C.. 
Terry was in fellowship at the Centerville Gospel Chapel. 
Funeral Services will be held 9 a.m., today, Tuesday, at Thomas Lange Funeral Home with Visitation held one hour prior to the service. Burial will follow at Jerome Cemetery
Memorials have been established to Jerome Cemetery, Mercy Hospice of Centerville and Wycliffe Bible Translators which can be left at or mailed to Thomas Lange Funeral 1900 S. 18th St. Centerville, Ia 52544.
Social Security Death Index
  The SSDI gives his birth date as 15 August 1944 and his death date as 16 September 2004.  His SSN was issued in Iowa in 1978-1979.

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