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Terry N. Intrary

Born: Sat., Aug. 5, 1944
Died: Fri., Oct. 16, 2020

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Stevensville - Terry N. Intrary of Old Forge, NY and Stevensville, Montana peacefully passed away October 16, 2020 at the age of 76 in his log home in Stevensville, Montana with his loving family by his side. Born in Thomasville GA on 8/5/44, son of the late Gay and Gregg Viscome and the late James and Theresa Intrieri. He is survived by his wife, (high school sweetheart) Loretta L. Woolley Intrary for 56 years, Daughter Deb and husband Jay Dixon of Florence Montana, son Brian Intrary of Colorado and New York, two grandsons Jake and Zack Dixon of Florence Montana, sisters Patti Messier and Liz Downs of Florida and brothers Drake and Laura and Lance Viscome, brother in law Dan and Chris Woolley of Kent. Also, his nephews Bob, Tim, Jonathan and Stephanie Nix, and late Edward Nix Jr., Dan Jr and Kelly Woolley, Dion and Jen Woolley and the late Clint Woolley, Drake and Gregg Viscome, Thomas Mac Dougal, George Griffeth, Jimmy and John John Clark. Niece Theresa Johnson. Great nieces Lauren, Brooke, Ava, Stella Nix and Julianna Woolley. Great nephews Aiden Woolley, James and Leo Nix. His close big brothers Don, John, Ted, Jim and Keith plus so many close friends and colleagues. He grew up in Thornwood/Pleasantville, NY area moving to Carmel, NY in his junior year and graduating from CHS in 1962 Terry served and retired as Detective from the Town of Carmel Police Department then worked in sales for a private construction firm and returned to law enforcement and retired as Inspector General for the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department. He served his community well as a Carmel School Board member and Legislator Town of Kent District #3 Putnam County and was a member of the NYS Federation of Police and FOP Driscoll Lodge #704 and prior member of teamsters local 456 union. He loved playing baseball, football and wrestling. Under the guidance of his high school Coach, Don Allen he learned how important coaching was to help mold children’s lives. He was a former baseball umpire, coached kids’ baseball and most recently coached kids’ football. His love for family was boundless. He also loved mowing his lawn and fields, building stone walls and gardening. One of his favorite quotes from Yogi Berra was “If you don’t know where you are going you might end up someplace else.” He lost his battle with cancer and was in hospice care at home. Terry and his family are Episcopalians and were members of the Congregation at the Church of The Holy Communion in Mahopac, NY. A celebration of life will be planned late Spring, early Summer 2021 in Carmel, New York

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Molly Hilburn
   Posted Thu November 05, 2020
Loretta, I am so sorry for your loss! Terry was truly a great man. I always enjoyed joking around with him, he had such a good sense of humor. I'm sure going to miss him. I hope that you are surrounded with family and the wonderful memories and the love that you shared. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Molly

Rick C Schreiber
   Posted Mon April 05, 2021
Played H.S. football with Terry in Pleasantville and was disappointed, as was everyone else when he moved away. Yesterday, I stopped by in Darby and asked around about his "kid." God rest his soul. RS

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