John Allen Terres

1944 - 2019

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John Allen Terres, age 75, of Arlington, died at 1:10pm on Monday, June 24, 2019 at Blanchard Valley Hospital. He was born on May 10, 1944 in Camden, New Jersey to the late James and Elizabeth (Simmerman) Pennington. On February 16, 1978, he married Barb A. Bliss and she survives. Also surviving are sons: Nathan (Mini) Terres of Santa Clara, CA, and Michael (Nichole) Terres of Findlay; daughters: Stephanie (Charles) Lile of Corpus Chrisi, TX, and Heather (Anthony) Warner of Fairborn, OH; grandchildren: Sierra, Celine, Alyssa, Caroline, Calvin, Maya, and Camden; great granddaughter: Chloe; sister: Carol Gregory of Sierra Vista, AZ; and brothers: Jesse "Wash" (Gail) Terres of Sierra Vista, AZ, and Skip (Betty) Terres of Maine. He was preceded in death by a sister: Nancy Price. John was a Specialist in the U.S. Army under the 3rd Armored Division and served from 1962-1966. He was a retired machinist at Rockwell in Kenton. John was also a member of St. Andrews United Methodist Church. He enjoyed oil painting, fishing, hunting, reading, and spending time with his grandkids. Visitation will be held from 10:00-11:00am on Friday, June 28, 2019 at CRATES FUNERAL HOME in Arlington. A Memorial Service will begin at the end of the visitation at 11:00am. Pastor Peter Matteson will officiate. Interment will be private. Full military services will be conducted at the funeral home by the Hancock County Veterans Memorial Squad. Memorials may be given to Cancer Care and online condolences are welcomed at

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    620 N. Main St
    Arlington, Ohio
    Friday, June 28th 2019 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

  • Memorial Service:

    Friday, June 28th 2019 - 11:00 AM

  • Service Location:

    620 North Main Street
    Arlington, Ohio 45814

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To : Terres Family
Date :Tuesday, June 25th 2019
From : Mark Dana Renner
We are very sorry for your loss. John was an incredibly kind and gracious gentleman. He was always friendly and welcoming. It was obvious how much he cared about his family, friends and people in general.
We are keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers at this time.