Braybrook, Terry James

August 6, 1955 – February 22, 2024
at the age of 68 years:

     In loving memory of Terry. We are saddened to announce his passing on the evening of February 22, 2024, after a lengthy battle with Cancer. He is predeceased by his father Fred, his mother Marlene and his brother Kelly. He is survived by his bothers Bob, Todd and Guy, his two sons Trevor (Melissa) and Tracy (Kelsey) and his 5 grandchildren Tyson, Ava, Lincoln, Marlo and Nova.

Terry was raised in Saskatoon where he grew up with his four brothers. His fondest childhood memories were of the family trips to their cabin at Emerald Lake, playing hockey and boxing. Later he made the journey out West to British Columbia. Starting out in Burnaby as a Prison Guard in Oakalla Penitentiary he later made his way further west to Chilliwack.

Working mainly in the trucking industry while in Chilliwack, this is where is started his family. His boys were his life and memories were made there snowmobiling, skiing, camping and boating in the Okanagan.  Later, other business ventures brought him and his family to Salmon arm. After the sale of his last business, Terry started to enjoy semi retirement in the Shuswap.

Terry liked to work hard and play hard. He enjoyed everything from snowmobiling to boating. Spending time on the lake with his family and friends was what he enjoyed most. Owning a boat was a priority throughout his life. He was passionate about speed whether he was ripping it up on water or pavement.

Terry lived for today and didn’t let the worries of tomorrow interfere. He wasn’t afraid to speak his mind and stood up for what he believed in. His sons and grandkids were what he was most proud of.

He will be missed and will live on in fond memories.


  1. So sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. It was great catching up with him after so many years at the Saskatoon Blazer’s 50th reunion. Our thoughts are with him and his family at this time.

  2. I am truly sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. My heartfelt condolences to your family. Thinking of you at this difficult time.

  3. My sincere condolences on Terry’s death. May he rest in peace.

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