Terrance Argent

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Surrounded by the people he loved, Terrance Laverne Argent passed away at the Chatham-Kent Hospice on Wednesday October 30, 2019 at the age of 76 years.  Terry is survived by his loving wife of 54 years Marie (Silcox) Argent and by his three daughters who he adored; Terroleen Argent (Rick Turner), Debbie McLean (Darrell) and Dorinda Argent (Keith).  He will be missed by his grandchildren Pete (Kate), Neil (Steph), Tamara (Kevin), Quisha (Andrew), Joshua (Sam), Mackenzie, Zach, Lindsay, Hayden, Jaxx and Candace (Mike) and by his great-grandchildren Addison, Daiton, Terry, Xander, Josè, Ellie, Remi, Finn, Chase, Aubree, Riley, Keaton, Denver, Hadley and Alaia.

Terry was predeceased in life by his parents Norma & Dayton Argent and is survived by his sisters Marilyn Bonner, Susan Wasylyk and Kathy Armstrong as well as his brother Fred Argent.

As a truck driver, Terry was fortunate to see many places and meet many people in his life.  In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing with his family.  It was his wish that his family would remember him privately at this time.  Although his stay at the Chatham-Kent Hospice was brief, his family would like to thank the staff there for the tremendous care and compassion that was shown to both Terry and to them.  Friends and family who would like to remember Terry with a memorial donation are asked to consider the Hospice so that they can continue the great service that they provide.

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Terry was and always will be a great man. My condolences to the family in this time of sorrow. He will be missed by many. Love you lots. RIP Terry

Terry was wonderful man - and woll be missed ...... sending our thoughts and prayers .....

I was so fortunate to know this kind man. My deepest sympathies to all of his family and friends.

Our deepest heartfelt sympathies to the entire Argent family. Terry was a special friend and an inspiration to all who knew him. RIP Terry we will miss you.