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Terrance L. Rose II -- July 13, 2019

Terrance L. Rose II beloved husband and father passed away suddenly on July 13, 2019.   He was born December 31, 1983 in Cambridge Ohio to Terrance Rose Sr. and Shelly Sheppard.

Terrance went to Buckeye Trail High School in Ohio.  After high school he joined the US Army where he proudly served in the field artillery as a SSGT.  Terrance was proud to be part of the Howitzer cannon crew and earned an Army Commendation Medal with two oak leaves,  Army Achievement Medal with 3 oak leaves, Combat Action Badge for engaging in combat while on tour in Afghanistan, among other awards.  He had nothing but love for our country.    He then went to SUNY Canton where he studied to become an electrician.  After finishing school he worked as an electrician for the Cianbro Corporation.  It was while he was working with this company on a job at the Grand Island bridge, he met his wife Jody. 

Terrance had a love for horses, he was extremely knowledgeable and enjoyed tracking their bloodlines.  His dream was to have a place where veterans with PTSD could come to work with and ride the horses.  He hoped that other veterans would benefit from the horses like he had.  He loved his dogs Rex and especially Chipper who he had a special  bond with.  Chipper was training to be a PTSD service dog for Terrance and always knew when Terrance needed him.  Terrance loved football.... especially  Ohio State Buckeyes and the Buffalo Bill's.  Like most Bill's fans he never gave up hope that this would be the year.  Any chance he had he to go fishing he would,  especially with his (step)sons.  When Terrance proposed to Jody he asked her to be his fishing partner for life, along with a fishing themed wedding.   He enjoyed going camping and spending time outdoors with his wife, kids and animals. Terrance would always go above and beyond to help anyone at any time, he always had the biggest heart.

Terrance is survived by his loving wife Jody (Joanne) Jordan-Rose. Children: Conner, Lillian, Andrew and Tannyn. Siblings: Travis, Kim and Michael. Also many aunts, uncles, cousins and military brothers.

A memorial service and burial will be held at the convenience of the family.

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