Terry William Watson

 

Terry William Watson
Terry William Watson

Terry William Watson, 38, of Amarillo, TX, passed away due to a stroke on January 23, 2022.

Services will be held at 2:00 PM, Thursday, January 27, 2022, at Valleyview Church of the Nazarene 7601 S. Western, with Paul George officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Terry was born in Amarillo, TX on January 3, 1984, to Michael Watson and Jodi Gainer. The last of Jodi’s four children, he was her “baby”. As the youngest, he was the baby brother to three siblings who loved him dearly. They were captivated by his big blue eyes, singing voice, and dance moves. He will be remembered as a born salesman who could make anyone feel special and loved his job at Texas Dodge. He cherished dancing with his children and wife, singing aloud, and making people laugh. He was proud of his children, from seeing his daughter, Charlotte, play volleyball, his daughter Addie learn to drive, and watching his son, Nolan’s baseball games. All will miss his great big bear hugs and his penchant for fun.  Terry was a Tascosa rebel class of 2002 and also attended Avondale Elementary and Sam Houston Middle School.

He was preceded in death by his four grandparents Marie and Walter Coles of Iowa, Louisiana and Amos and Polly Watson of Amarillo, TX.

He is survived by his wife, Aundrea Watson; children Addison Banner, Charlotte Watson and Nolan Watson;  mother, Jodi Gainer and husband, Bill Gainer of Amarillo, TX; father Michael Watson; sister, Holly Lueckemeyer and husband, Ian Lueckemeyer of  Pfluguerville, TX; brother, Troy Mellema and wife, Valerie Mellema of Yantis, TX; sister, Robin Ragan and Toni Prado, of Galesburg, IL;  nieces and nephews, Elena Prado-Ragan of Galesburg, IL, Hannah Chard-Parker of Pfluguerville, TX, Silvia Prado-Ragan of Galesburg, IL, TJ Mellema of Yantis, TX.  He leaves behind many friends and was loved dearly by his community.

9 Replies to “Terry William Watson”

  1. I’m not sure why I am.just now seeing this but Terry was a great Christian guy. Who cared about everyone he met. Many prayers for his loving family.

  2. You were THE BEST little brother, Terry! I remember you bursting through the front door after school as a small silly boy, ready to eat cookies and watch Thundercats. Your big blue eyes are burned into my mind, as if your own person trademark. I remember watching you step into fatherhood for the first time and then the second time…I can always see you when I look at those kids! I’ll forever miss your amazing hugs and though you usually reached out most when you needed to stop and catch your breath and just empty your heart out to your sissy, the love was deep and genuine. I’ll never laugh as hard as I laughed with you ever again, I know that and I’m not sad about that but filled by the knowledge that my life was shared with such an epic character. You brought me many nights of stomach wrenching worry, but many more days of comedic relief. We will always have our succulent and decadent corn jokes and a life filled with the amazing gift of sibling companionship. Love you always ♥️

  3. Terry you will be greatly missed. I have so many memories of you all the way from riding from AACL to Tascosa together up to recently we I saw you selling cars. You are a great guy and you left a beautiful family behind to keep the memories of you alive. You left this earth way too early. RIP my friend

  4. Jodi and Family,
    Although I only met Terry a few times, I feel as though I have known him for a while now through the many stories told by you, Jodi. I am always just a call or text away and know that you will continue in my daily prayers.
    Love,
    Tracy & Cynthia

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