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Terry Lee Himple Jr. June 21, 2024

Terry Lee Himple Jr. passed away on January 20, 2023, following a long battle of physical and mental illness. Terry was born on September 14, 1970, in Everett WA to Terry Sr and Marjean Hicks.

Terry graduated from Marysville Pilchuck High School in 1988. Following graduation, he married and had 2 children Tyler and Rebekka Hutchinson, later having Kamryn McCormick. He moved to Maine around 2002 and came back to Washington to spend his final days.

He enjoyed working in construction, collecting old books, bottles, and baseball cards. He also loved spending time with family and friends. He had a big heart that cared for and loved everyone he encountered and would give his all to help them when he could. He will be missed dearly.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents Richard R. Jr and Elenora Himple, Ellsworth and MaryAnn Binnion, uncles, and cousins.

He is survived by his wife Billie Jo Brown, his parents Terry Himple (Tracy), Marjean and (Gary Lang) Himple, sister Melissa (Steve), brother Darrin (Marti), sister Hailee (Michael), children Tyler, Rebekka, Kamryn, and Koreena, 8 grandchildren and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and dear friends.

-Don’t judge. Nobody has it easy, everybody has problems. You never know what someone is going through. So, before you start judging, criticizing, or mocking others, remember EVERYBODY IS FIGHTING their own battle-

A celebration of life will be held on February 18, 2023, 1-4pm, at The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints 9215 51st Ave Ne Marysville, WA

Condolences(3)

  1. Aunt Jane Haemig says

    Terry you are missed more than you know. Thank you for spending time with me even though it was a short time. We tried to help you during your stay with me, but we just didn’t understand all that you were going through. I miss our walks and our nightly talks. Thank you for the help you gave me. I love and miss you.

  2. Aunt Jane Haemig says

    Terry you will be missed. I miss you now! I’m glad I was able to spend time with you and to get reacquainted with you the last month and a half. Twenty plus years away from the family was to long. Thank you for being here with me. I wish I could have been able to do more for you. I love and miss you so much.

  3. Marti Himple says

    Terry we will never stop asking why. I wish you saw how much you were loved and how much you meant to everybody. Thank you for coming back home. Until we meet again, rest in peace.

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