Terrence John DeLeo

Terrence John DeLeo, born on July 28, 1954, age 66, passed away on December 6, 2020 in Royal Oak Michigan.

Terry is survived by his children; Joseph Gentilini of Roseville Michigan, Timothy DeLeo of Roseville Michigan and Tara Gentilini of University Pl., Washington. With addition of nieces and nephews, he is also survived by his brothers and sister; Timothy DeLeo (Reyne), of Center Line Michigan, Nicolas DeLeo of Birmingham Michigan and Sheryl McMann (DeLeo). Terry is preceded in death by his mother Jacqueline DeLeo (Creighton), father Nicholas DeLeo, Enzo Zoppi and his sister Kelly Smith (DeLeo)

Terrence was a great man, friend and loving father. He enjoyed the outdoors such as hunting, fishing, and camping. Terry was a social man who had a deep passion for music. He was his happiest jamming on a guitar from his collection surrounded by friends and his children. His friends and family will always remember him as a lively warmhearted man.

A wake to follow in the warmer months. All are welcome and encouraged to come celebrate Terry’s life. Information will be posted on Facebook.

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  1. Joe, Timmy, and Tara — I am so very sorry for your huge loss. Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. If you need anything, please let me know. I’m glad you are able to all be together during this time and hug each other.

  2. I am so sorry for your families loss.. you all are in my thoughts and prayers. And they are having a rock party up there now your dad’s there.. my mom loves a good guitar 🎸 player! And I’m sure they are rocking out!!! I love you all so much. And I know your pain.

  3. One of the nicest people I’ve ever met. He was respectful, funny.

    His nickname to me was “Kid Rock”.

    May you fly high in heaven Terry/Kid.. Sending my thoughts & prayers to your family..

  4. Robin & Kurt Dunlop

    Praying for comfort for the family and friends of Terry during this difficult time. Seems like yesterday we were walking the halls of Lamphere where we had much laughter and care free.

  5. He was awesome man he will be missed I am sorry to hear,may God keep him in his loving arms….Amen

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