Terry A. Stoner

November 17, 1947 ‒ January 03, 2021

Mansfield, Ohio

Terry A. Stoner passed away Sunday, January 3, 2021 in the Arbors of Mifflin.  He was 73.

He was born November 17, 1947 in Mansfield to the late John O. and Mary H. (Griffith) Stoner and was graduated from Malabar High School in 1965.

A lifelong area resident, Terry attended St. John’s United Church of Christ and worked in the laundry department at MedCentral Hospital.

Though Terry was born with some disabilities, including being legally blind, he never let that stand in the way of doing what he wanted.  He was a wicked chess opponent and was a member of the chess club in high school.  He enjoyed riding his moped and bicycling.

Terry had a knack for remembering dates, and never forgot a birthday.  He was playfully ornery, and sometimes cantankerous.

He is survived by two sisters Claudia “Cookie” and Forest Schuck of Ashland, and Sue Ellen and Carl Heuberger in Colorado; nieces Sarah and Thomas Leonard, Melissa Parker, Debbie and Peter Boyer; a nephew David and Serena Schuck; and many great nieces and nephews.

Terry’s family would like to extend a warm thank you to the staff at Arbors of Mifflin for their care and compassion towards Terry during his time there.

A graveside service will be held Tuesday, January 12, 2021at 11 am in Oak Grove Memorial Park.  Rev. Laura White will officiate.

Donations in honor of Terry may be made to St. John’s United Church of Christ.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Terry’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory at SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

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  • For many years I attended school with Terry. I remember him as warm and personable with a spark in his eyes. He will be missed. I share in your loss.
    Daniel L. Siegenthaler

  • My condolences to Terry’s family. He was a former neighbor and co-worker. He had a keen mind and good heart. Conversations were fruitful. He once helped me hang a wall cabinet in my basement across the street. Like his dad John, he knew guns and one New Years Eve he would bring out his shotgun at midnight and fire a shot in celebration. I held my breath, but he was safe! What a guy!
    R.I.P. Terry.
    Bob Cassity

  • My sincere condolences to Terry’s family and friends. I have wonderful memories of times spent with Terry over the years. What a great guy with a great sense of humor! We shared many laughs together especailly when Andy Gilbert and I would visit him and Butch Currens on Diamond Street.We also enjoyed bowling with Terry and Butch at Park Lanes, where Terry excelled in what I would call ‘His Sport’.

    He would relish the times I would take him a ride on my Harley. Brings a smile to my face even now! He is just the best guy! I pray for his easy transition to ‘The Light’ and feel grateful that he is free to roam the Heavnly Realms.Love you my brother, Aloha!

    Andy Gilbert sends his condolences as well. He just informed me of Terry’s passing. God Bless his family and friends. Mahalo for your friendship Terry.

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