Terry L. Spaulding

  • Born: July 8, 1955
  • Died: November 24, 2017
  • Location: Rockland, Massachusetts

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Rockland, MA 02370

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Terry L. Spaulding, 62 of Rockland, died on November 24, 2017 at his home in Rockland after a period of failing health. Terry was born in Weymouth son of the late Malcolm and Violet (Francis) Spaulding, and was raised and educated in Rockland.

Terry worked for many years for The New England Journal of Medicine, and later worked as an I.T. Specialist for IBM. He was a longtime Rockland Little League coach. Terry was very patriotic and loved his country. He enjoyed music, especially Abba and country music. More than anything he enjoyed spending time with his family.

Terry is survived by his loving wife, Judith (Davis) Spaulding of Rockland. Father of Christopher Spaulding of Rockland and Matthew Spaulding of Rockland. Brother of Vicki Spaulding of ME, Cindy Young of Bellingham, Marty Spaulding of Whitman, and the late Randall Spaulding and Rusty Spaulding. Grandfather of Samantha Spaulding of Somerset. Also survived by several nieces and nephews.

The Spaulding family welcomes friends and loved ones to celebrate Terry's life on Tuesday November 28, 2017 in The Magoun-Biggins Funeral Home, 135 Union ST. Rockland MA from 5:00-8:00 PM. A Funeral Home Service will be held on Wednesday November 29, 2017 at 10:00 AM. Services will be followed by cremation.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Judy and family,I am sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time. R I P Terry

Posted by James Day - Wellfleet, MA - Neighbor   November 30, 2017

Terry. You will be missed.

Posted by Carlos Torres - Miami, FL - Coworker   November 29, 2017

For my sweet brother in law ~~ Terry, there are no words to describe the ache that is in our hearts. I don't think you will ever know the impact you made, not only on your family, but with every person who was fortunate enough to know you. You are the epitome of what an honorable, kindhearted, gentle, loyal, loving, family man should be. You made this world a better place. I want to thank you. Thank you for guiding and supporting your brother his entire life. A big part of the reason why he is such an outstanding man, is because of you. You loved him unconditionally, every single day. He loved you much more than his big brother.. you were like a Dad to him. I am so happy you two made so many memories together. Those memories will help him heal. The kids are crushed without their Uncle Terry. You were, and always will be, incredibly important to them. Thank you for loving my babies with all of your heart. They felt the same way about you. As far as me, I sit here with tears falling down my cheeks, wanting so badly to hear your laugh, or see your smile just one more time. You were much more than my brother in law, you were a big brother. We will always be here for Judy and the boys, so please don't worry about that. Family first... we will watch out for each other. I love you to the sun and back Terry xxoo

Posted by Kellie Spaulding - Whitman, MA - Family   November 29, 2017

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I am sorry to hear of this news and for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Terry on many IBM occasions. As a young IBMer he taught me a lot and later as a more mature IBMer we collaborated on many accounts and projects. I will always remember him as a good and gracious man and great IBMer. Thank you, Terry. --Bruce Gilkes

Posted by Bruce Gilkes - Baltimore, MD - Coworker   November 29, 2017

I had the privilege of working with Terry in Albany, NY. We spoke of family, home projects, and Christmas. The Christmas season was very important to Terry and his family. Terry will be missed by many since he touched many. My prayers go out to Terry and his family.

Posted by Paul Johnson - Warwick, NY - Coworker   November 28, 2017

I had the honor of being Terry's manager on the zNWL Team at IBM. I send my deepest condolences for your loss. Terry was an honorable man and a vital member of our team. My family and I send our prayers for your strength through the days to come and pray that the memories you shared will provide comfort. Karen Beale

Posted by Karen Beale - Bowie, MD - Coworker   November 28, 2017

I'm so sorry for your loss. I worked with Terry on several occasions at IBM - a good man. I smiled when I read that he was a fellow Abba fan.

Posted by Alan Altmark - Endicott, NY - Coworker   November 28, 2017

Dear Judy and family,
I am so very sorry to hear of Terry's passing. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Bettie Kilcoyne - Dedham, MA   November 27, 2017

Judy, I am so sorry for your loss. Although I haven't seen you or "Si" since our days at RHS, this is really saddening news. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Robert & Marcia Keane - Sagamore, MA - Classmate   November 27, 2017


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