Theron “Terry” A. Overmyer, 76, of Burgoon, OH passed away at his home on Friday, December 16, 2016. He was born December 11, 1940 in Fremont to Gilbert and Thelma (Fitzgerald) Overmyer. He was a 1958 graduate of Fremont Ross High School.
Terry was a lifelong farmer and owned and operated Overmyer Farms. He was a member of Old Fort Church and Old Fort Lions Club.
Terry is survived by his children, David (Kathy) Overmyer, Glen Ridge, NJ, Mendy Overmyer, Phoenix, AZ, Neil Overmyer and Daniel (Lisa) Overmyer both of Burgoon, OH; brothers, Ronald (Janice) Overmyer, Oak Harbor, OH and Marvin (Deb) Overmyer, Burgoon, OH; grandchildren, Kelly, Michael and Hanna Overmyer, Alexis and Mackenzie Feathers and Rylie Valdez; former wife, Jeanette Overmyer, Burgoon, OH.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
Visitation: Tuesday, December 20, 2016, from 2 – 4 pm and 6 – 8 pm at Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home and Crematory, 425 E. State St., Fremont, OH.
Private Services will be held for the family.
Burial: Smith Cemetery.
Memorials: Old Fort Church
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Jeff Oestreich, GFEW #22
My heart is heavy but I also rejoice in the know that T. O. heard the words….”Well done good and faithful servant”. There was no one I knew that loved the Lord and showed that love to all who saw him. I am blessed to say I could call him brother and friend. Rest well good and faithful servant. You have earned the peace. Was honored to have you serve on my team and serve with you on numerous Emmaus Teams over the years. I’ll think of you every time I play, “Lord, I lift your name on High”.
We love you dad. Plow the fields of heaven. Dan O., Lisa, Alexis, Mackenzie, Rylie.
Really good people he’s going to be miss
Rex and Cheryl Gallant
To TO’s family,
So sorry for your loss. TO touched many people through his life’s journey including ours. He will be missed.
Pastor Don Cllinger
My prayers are with you in your loss. TO was an awesome friend, and we served on many teams together in Emmaus, plus he went to Mexico together. I’ll miss his calls. God bless you.
Roger & Cindy Eidenour
We were so sorry to hear about your father’s passing. We know this is a very sad and difficult time for you and your family. You have our very deepest sympathy.
I not only had the priveledge of knowing Terry serving on Emmaus teams, but got to work with him for a summer on an ODOT construction project in Waterville. Terry was the real deal no matter where he was at. He will be missed, but there will always be a lot of T.O. Memories!
I know that TO heard , well done good and faithful servant upon his arrival to Heaven. Terry is such a special man. He had the gift of welcome to everyone he met. He loved to make people feel comfortable and loved. He will be so missed! I pray for all of his family who are grieving. Lord give them comfort. Blessings to all of the family!