In Loving Memory

Terry W. Wood

August 15, 1952 - December 25, 2022


Terry Wayne Wood, 70, a resident of Silverhill, Alabama, passed away on Sunday, December 25, 2022.

Terry was retired, but he continued to work in maintenance at Westminster Village in Spanish Fort. Terry was a very tenderhearted man, that enjoyed loving and helping others.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Betty Sue Kitchens Harrison and his father, Hartwell Frederick Wood.  He leaves behind his companion, Belinda Wilbur; her children and grandchildren, that he has loved and considered his own; his three sisters, Cynthia Hale (Bill), Gwendolyn Belmares (Jaime) and Rhonda Stacy (Dale); one brother, Jay Bailey (Karen); along with several nieces and nephews and many heartbroken nurses.

There will be a memorial service held on Friday, December 30, 2022, at Spanish Fort Church of Christ, 8100 Spanish Fort Blvd., in Spanish Fort, AL, at 11:00AM.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in his memory to Spanish Fort Church of Christ.

Expressions of condolence for the family may be made at Hughes Funeral Home, 26209 Pollard Road, Daphne, AL, is assisting the family.


  1. BevAnn Ellis

    Rhonda, please know that my prayer for your family to find pease during this time.

  2. Maegan Fleming

    Terry was an amazing grandfather to my children! We absolutely enjoyed every moment with this wonderful man. I will miss hearing his jokes and teasing. I am forever proud of every time he called me his daughter. He never failed to think about my children and made SOOO many fun memories with us. Holidays without him are not the same. We were very blessed to get every moment we had with Terry. I’ll miss everything from his master grilling skills, his amazing homemade wine, to his belly deep laughter that could change your entire day. . Terry never failed to help a person in need. He would seek out ways to help every person he could. He would literally give the shirt off his back to help someone. I will miss hearing his stories, he lived such a colorful life. I will miss him trying to prank me, & I will miss hanging out in the garden together. I thought we had more time to continue making these memories. My children loved when he road them around on the mower, played games with them, watched movies and just got silly with them. And we enjoyed every slumber party night. He made sure holidays were celebrated in big ways for the kids. He brought the entire family together. We were so very lucky to have Terry in our lives. He wanted so badly to see my children become adults. He was the man that was going to walk me down the isle. Terry was a very important family member and there’s a huge hole in our hearts. He was truly one of a kind. Anyone lucky enough to meet Terry could feel the golden soul he possessed. Heaven is lucky to receive his soul. I can not imagine a better soul to pass through the pearly gates. I hope he will always look down and be proud of our family, He is one of the truest and greatest men I will ever know. Words cannot express how much I loved him. We miss you, Terry. We miss you SO MUCH!

  3. mitzi salac

    I worked with Terry here at Westminster Village and he was the most helpful, most caring person I know. He worked in the Skilled nursing area and loved his residents and went beyond his duties to take care of them. He was just so helpful to anyone that needed it and it didn’t matter he would figure it out. Terry brought so much joy to our department, we are going to miss him terribly. He would stop and buy Maint. doughnuts at least every payday, bring in chicken eggs, make homemade wine. He was just a all around guy and I admired him so much. I would have to get on to him sometimes and tell him Terry slow down let someone else do it, you are not a young chicken anymore, LOL and of course Terry wouldn’t listen he would do it anyway. WE are going to miss him around this maintenance dept, the residents are going to miss him. I hope you are at peace Mr. Terry and just know how much you are loved and missed here at the village. Until we meet again


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