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Terrel "Terry" M. Sigler
October 19, 1945 ~ December 3, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Terrel “Terry” M. Sigler, 78, died December 3, 2023, at Morris County Hospital, Council Grove. He was born October 19, 1945, in Great Bend, to EJ and Thelda (Vestal) Sigler. He graduated from Elmdale High School in 1963 and settled on Diamond Creek, the “best place in the world to be” as he often said.
Right out of school he was employed by Emery Oldham at Midway Garage. After two years he became a ranch hand and farmed for different people in the county. When he was done with ranching, he worked for City Service Gas Company until, in 1988, he got the driving bug and then drove a truck for not only himself but for Harshman Brothers and Murphy Agri up until he fell ill.
He was a jack of all trades and a master at most. He always woke with a smile on his face and a song on his lips; he was always singing something even if he was making it up on the spot.
In 1963, he met and married Opal Mae Williams and had three beautiful boys. Opal pass in 1980. In 1993, he met and married Barbara Ann Simpson, where he took on another son and daughter with open arms and an open heart. Terry and Barb, or Baboo, as he affectionately called her, shared 31 years of happiness, laughter and love.
Terry is survived by: wife, Barbara of the home; children, Terrel Jay Sigler of Oklahoma City, OK, Jeremy Sigler of Cottonwood Falls, Tonya Hoffman of Gerard, Jeremy Hoffman of Chanute; 6 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; brother, Larry Sigler and wife Kathy of Strong City; and sisters, Carolyn Koch of Melvern, and Marilyn McCumber of Strong City.
He was preceded in death by his parents and son, Charles.
Per Terry’s wishes, cremation will take place and private family service will be held at a later date. Brown-Bennett-Alexander Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.