In loving memory of Terry

Terence Charles Dibdin (Terry) sadly passed away on October 2nd, 2018, aged 73. Husband, dad, grandad, step-dad, brother, friend. His joy for life will never be forgotten, and will be missed always.

A service to celebrate the life of Terry

A celebration of Terry's wonderful life will take place at 3:15pm on Thursday 18th October at Test Valley Crematorium.  All who knew him are welcome.

You are also invited to join us to celebrate his memory after the service at the Duke Room, Police Support Headquarters, Netley. Please follow the signs to reception.  Plenty of free car parking on site. 

Dress code: smart (he'd like that) but feel free to wear whatever colour you are happy in. 

Test Valley Crematorium Ridge Lane, Romsey, Hampshire SO51 6AA

Immediate family flowers only. Donations in lieu would be lovely, to the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, British Heart Foundation or The Gurney Fund, which supports children of police officers who have died or retired through ill-health.

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When I see but cannot touch It reminds me just so very much That although you are not here You'll always be held so very dear. Many hats you wore throughout your life A devoted husband to Pam, your wife Through good and bad times, laughter and fun You both shone bright, like the midday sun. Your funny quips, your sense of humour Your infectious laugh, your sleeping murmur Your sharp responses, your mischievous stares You even managed to have good hair! A legend born, a life lived well Many memories you gave us to sit and dwell A ‘wandering star’ to help Tierney sleep Is just one of those we get to keep Sneaky smokes, a bit too much wine You lived your life, your moments in time Your culinary skills were not too dull Who else would made a ‘woopie-doodle’! Above all else, in all the memories I keep There are just a few that make me weep But my tears are my sadness, my heart is heavy We love and miss you, our wonderful Terry
Sent by Tracie on 19/10/2018
When I see but cannot touch It reminds me just so very much That although you are not here You'll always be held so very dear. Many hats you wore throughout your life A devoted husband to Pam, your wife Through good and bad times, laughter and fun You both shone bright, like the midday sun. Your funny quips, your sense of humour Your infectious laugh, your sleeping murmur Your sharp responses, your mischievous stares You even managed to have good hair! A legend born, a life lived well Many memories you gave us to sit and dwell A ‘wandering star’ to help Tierney sleep Is just one of those we get to keep Sneaky smokes, a bit too much wine You lived your life, your moments in time Your culinary skills were not too dull Who else would made a ‘woopie-doodle’! Above all else, in all the memories I keep There are just a few that make me weep But my tears are my sadness, my heart is heavy We love and miss you, our wonderful Terry
Sent by Tracie on 19/10/2018
Remembering the fun times on Force Review Team back in early 80s with Trevor and Eddie. Especially pink shirt Friday :). You were a right stickler in correcting me on my grammar for which I am very grateful now . After Eddie passed away you and Pam were a great support a week in Spain with you guys and then picking me up to go to Elaine’s for nights out . Such fond memories - I will be there for Pam whenever she needs me xxx love to all the family xx
Sent by Andree on 18/10/2018

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