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Terry Ettore Iuvancigh



The Iuvancigh family is sad to announce the passing of Terry Ettore Iuvancigh, husband, father and friend. On May 13th, Terry passed away peacefully at the age of 63 years in the home he built, surrounded by his wife and children.

Terry was born on September 22, 1960 at St. Joseph’s Hospital. He was a lifelong resident of Port Arthur/Thunder Bay, with the exception of attending Humber College for 2 years to study heating and ventilation.

Terry was naturally skilled in many trades and had many a job. His most rewarding was becoming a firefighter for The City of Thunder Bay at 32 years of age and retiring from his career in 2020 as a Fire Captain.

Terry was a self-taught adventure sports enthusiast. His passions included, windsurfing, kite sailing, snowboarding, and motorcycling, just to name a few. He shared this adventurous spirit with his children.

Terry took a real keen interest in the world around us and even became a proud citizen of Liberland.

Predeceased by his parents, Ettore and Renza; his brother, Beni; and his in-laws, Fred and Madeleine Kreikmann.

He is survived by his wife, Michele; his three beautiful children, Angela (Aaron Brecka), Kyle (Lisle Compton), and Cameron; his dog, Koda; and extended family in Canada, Italy, Argentina and Australia.

A memorial service for family and friends will be held on Tuesday, May 21st, 2024 at 11am in St Anthony’s Catholic Church – 123 HILLDALE RD.

We want to extend our gratitude and appreciation to the Palliative Care Team at the Regional Cancer Care Centre who granted his wishes to be at home with tremendous nursing care from ParaMed. We would also like to thank Dr. Kennedy and Dr. Sokoloski for their care over the years.

If so desired, in lieu of flowers, donations to Thunder Bay Regional Health Science Centre Palliative Care Fund would be greatly appreciated.

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