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Terry J. Waye
May 5, 1967 ~ November 1, 2020 (age 53) 53 Years Old
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TERRY J. WAYE was born on May 5, 1967 in Cleveland, Ohio to his parents Elizabeth Ann Waye (nee Varga) and Thomas Henry Wojciehowski. Terry took a role early in life as circumstances triggered the necessity to be more than just a big brother to his two sisters, Jenny Lombardo and Katie Wojciehowski. He became the pillar of strength and guiding light that still paves the way for both of their lives. Terry married Debbie Bozsvai on October 28th, 1995. They started their family with the birth of Alexander John in 1998. Ethan Charles would follow in 2004. Their family was now complete. Terry enjoyed being a huge part of both boys sporting lives. Terry and Debbie made it a must that they travel often and create memories that would last a lifetime. As the boys got older, Terry decided life needed another notch, so he and Debbie decided a lake house would be a perfect way to continue to create memories even adolescents couldn't refuse. Of course Terry, being the patriarch of the family, saw this as an opportunity to have the whole family involved in crafting moments no one would forget.Terry wore many hats in life. His roles included husband, father, big brother, uncle, cousin, friend, tailgate buddy, beach buddy, captain, confidant and mentor. Terry came from a very humble upbringing with his Mom working 3 jobs just to put food on the table. Rather than have this define him, he used it as motivation to overcome life's obstacles and chase his dreams fearlessly. Terry found the way to reach any goal he set and share all of his good fortune with everyone he loved. His huge heart and willingness to share spread to the farthest reaches of his social circle. Terry always chose to give rather than to receive. In lieu of sending flowers please root for at least one Browns playoff victory this year. Friends may call at the FERFOLIA FUNERAL HOME 356 W. AURORA RD. (ST RT 82) SAGAMORE HILLS FOR VISITATION FRIDAY 11:00 AM-3:00PM. OUT OF RESPECT FOR ONE ANOTHER MASKS WILL BE WORN AND SOCIAL DISTANCING OBSERVED. Family will have an open House to celebrate Terry’s life on Saturday, November 7th at 2:00PM at 771 Silverberry Lane Hudson, OH.