Born on July 22, 1943 in Lancaster, PA.
Departed in Melbourne, Florida on July 4, 2020
Terry E. Diehl of Melbourne Florida passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday July 4, 2020 due to complications from Parkinson’s disease.
He was born in Lancaster Pennsylvania on July 22, 1943. The son of the late Ralph E. and Nancy (Brinkman) Diehl. Terry was preceded in death by his sister Deborah Masser who passed away in March 2020.
Terry graduated from J.P. McCaskey High School in 1961 and Elizabethtown College in 1968. He served in the Army National Guard with honorable discharge in 1971. He retired from R.R. Donnelly and Sons in 2008 where he worked in the cylinder making Department at the Greenfield Drive Plant.
He is survived by his wife Kathleen (McEvoy) Diehl of 43 years, his two sons Matthew E. Diehl (Yenny) of Melbourne, Florida, Stephen P. Diehl (Apryl) of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania and his four grandchildren Sophia, Matthew Jr., Madison and Kenna Diehl.
Funeral services will be held Saturday July 11, 2020, 10:00 AM at St Joseph Catholic Church on Miller Street in Palm Bay, FL. Brownlie Maxwell Funeral Home is serving the family.
Kathy, so sorry to hear that Terry has died. I think of you always and hope you are doing well! My e-mail address is here. I would love to hear from you.
Joan Mowery Asso
John and I are so sorry to hear of Terry's passing. We have such fond memories you all. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
Kathy and family. Terry and I met at RRD back in 1981. He became a good friend over the years. I regret that we lost contact and did not get a chance to talk in about 10 years. My deepest sympathy to you and the family. He was a wonderful person and I will cherish the times we had working together.
Terry, I love you dearly.
You will be forever in my heart, your loving wife . Kathy
Terry I love you dearly.
You will be forever in my heart.
Terry you are forever in my heart.
I love you dearly.
Terry I love you dearly. You will be forever in my heart.
Dearest Katey, Matthew, and Yenny -
We can't imagine this world without our "Turry." We mourn this great loss with you, but we take comfort in knowing that this beloved man is now in perfect peace with his Heavenly Father for all eternity.