Terence Wilbur Dillon was born on March 3, 1969 in Paradise Hill to Cecil Sr. Dillon and Gladys Cantell. Terence was better known by his nickname, Rumpole, to his family and friends. Rumpole grew up in Onion Lake. He worked side by side with his dad cutting wood for the winter, going hunting, he also enjoyed doing mechanical work and berry picking. The family would all work in Bow Island and Taber and surrounding areas in the fall hoeing sugar beets and doing harvest work (corn and pumpkins). Rumpole enjoyed the outdoors where he would go hunting, snaring, duck hunting, picking berries and camping with his family. He also knew the Lord and would go to church and play his guitar. In his spare time he would play his guitar and sing and he loved watching sports especially hockey. Rumpole loved meeting new people and he had a good sense of humour. He was a kind and loving man who loved his family and his children dearly. He was a loving father, son, brother, uncle and mosom and he also loved his nieces and nephews.
He is predeceased by: his paternal grandparents, John Dillon (2003) and Lucia Dillon (2006); his maternal grandparents, Louie Cantell and Jean Skeenum; his father, Cecil Sr. Dillon (2018); his uncle, Romeo Dillon; his brothers, Franklin (1999), Patrick (2013), Starsky (2009), and Hank Williams Dillon (2014); and his nephew, Genesis (2011).
Terence leaves to mourn his passing: his loving mother, Gladys Cantell; his aunt, Myrna; his children, Dustin, Carrie (Hank Montana), Keith, Deanna, Chelsea Gladue, Cadance Dillon, Terrace (Rambo) Dillon, Morning Sky, Prudence and Mike; his brothers, Rene (Wanda), Cecil Jr., Douglas, Hutch, and Brooks (Roxanne); his sisters, Wilma (Delores) Cantre (Lloyd), Elinor (Tallion), and Caroline Moyah; his first cousins, Tony Kay, Wanda Kay and Elvera Kay Dusty Horn (Brad); his grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews and cousins.
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