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Terrence  Daigle

Terrence Daigle

Friday, November 15th, 1940 - Monday, July 15th, 2019
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Terrence M Daigle Sr., 78, of Millinocket, passed away at Katahdin Health Care on July 15, 2019

Born in Millinocket November 15, 1940 to Joseph and Laura (Barnett) Daigle, he graduated from St. Martins High School in 1958 and St. Francis Xavier in 1962 with a degree in English, he also earned his Master’s in Education in 1969 from the University of Maine. He received a Certificate of Advanced Study in the area of Superintendency from The University of Maine in 1975. Terry was recognized by the Maine house and Senate as a Member of a Blue-Ribbon task force to promote equity of opportunity for women in the public-school system in 1989.

Terry married Eileen Claire Jardine on August 26, 1963.Beloved husband of Claire for 52 years a proud father, father -in-law, grandfather, brother, uncle, teacher & friend. Terry taught at the Stearns High School as an English teacher, Spanish Teacher, Assistant Principal, Principal and Adult Education Director for 37 years accommodating the needs of the school system touching many of the lives of his students. Terry was on the Board of Directors for Katahdin Federal Credit Union for 36 years.

Terry loved spending his summers at the family camp at South Twin Lake, waterskiing, boating and fishing with children and grandchildren, and tending his garden.

Terry loved to travel, taking in numerous Royal Caribbean cruises to countless different countries, 16 Frozen Four tournaments, making a trip to The Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta GA, along with attending Red Sox’s games every April vacation with Largays, Tapleys, and McPhersons.
In addition to his parents he was predeceased by his wife, Claire on August 2, 2015; brother, Ernest; sisters Ruth and Marie.

Terry is survived by sons, Terrence Michael Jr. and wife, Patti of Rumford, Matthew and wife, Ryan of Carmel, Jason and wife, Janet of Jay; grandchildren, Terrence Michael III, Seth and Hannah Daigle and their mother, Debbie Daigle-Cough, Kris Daigle and his mother, Kim Daigle, Rylee, Jaxson Joshua & Jordan Daigle, Chris Cayer and his wife, Stephanie, and great granddaughter Olivia and Nikki Cayer, Aydan & Avery Rudolph; brother-in-law, Robert Jardine of Orrington; sister-in-law Theresa Germain of Manchester NH; brother and sister-in-law Ronnie and Carol Daigle of Millinocket, David and Doris Daigle of Augusta, GA; niece, Theresa DiCentes and husband, Jimmy of Millinocket , and many former Stearns High Teachers.

Friends are invited to visit with the family 4 PM. to 7 P.M. August 1, 2019 at Lamson Funeral Home, 11 Tamarack Street, Millinocket. Funeral services will be held at 11 AM Friday August 2, 2019 at the St Martin of Tours Catholic Church at 19 Colby Street Millinocket. Interment will be at the Millinocket Cemetery at a later date.

Those who would like to remember Terry in a special way can make donations to the Terrence and Claire Daigle Memorial Scholarship Fund c/o Stearns High School, 199 State St., Millinocket, ME 04462.
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Stephanie Dow

Posted at 07:49pm
I remember going on vacation in Ellsworth with the Daigles, as well as chopping wood up in the woods and loading it into the back of our Dad's trucks in the 1970s when everyone was woodburning. It was a lot of work!

I also remember that Terry was a wonderful English for College teacher as well as Vice Principal, and he will be in my thoughts and sorely missed by those who knew him. My fondest sympathies to the family..... Stephanie Dow
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Deborah Drew

Posted at 09:59am
Terry was a wonderful teacher, mentor, colleague, and friend! As a teacher he went out of his way to inspire learning and expand our horizons with trips to UMaine, especially the library. Later, as a colleague and boss at Stearns, he was compassionate, caring, and supportive. I am most blessed to have known and worked with him. My sincere condolences to all of you, his family. May we all live by his example. Deb Drew
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Anthony & Carolyn Filauro

Posted at 05:27pm
To the Daigle Family,
We are sorry for the loss of Terry and for the sorrow it causes the family. We extend our deepest sympathy.
Tony & Carolyn
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Gaile Nicholson

Posted at 01:14pm
My sincerest heartfelt sympathies to Terry's family and friends. I first knew Terry as a Stearns High School junior; he was my Spanish teacher, and a great one too! I always looked forward to his classes. He quietly guided me to pursue Spanish as a college major. Later on in life, we would always discuss Spanish shared with some laughter. Little did I know at that time, that Terry would become a lifelong friend. Our paths met at many, many University of Maine hockey games, Hockey East and Frozen Fours as well as community events. He was a true asset to our community - an educator, an advocate, a leader and a friend to all who had the honor of knowing him. A life very well lived, my friend. Rest in eternal peace. Vaya con Dios.
JH

Judyth Stevens Herrick

Posted at 08:15pm
Terry was a dear friend and classmate. He and Clair are together again, as it should be. The beauty of a life well lived, never dies, Gods blessings on his family.
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