We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Eaton Funeral Home
Terry McGuire, III of Wilmington, NC and formerly of Needham, Ma died tragically on 8/31/22. Born in Needham and the only son of the late Terrence and Barbara McGuire, Jr., he leaves behind his four sisters, his brothers-in-law, his nieces and nephews, his three great nieces and his two great nephews, as well as relatives and friends too numerous to count. He also leaves behind one very special young woman, Isabella Skye, who was the light of his life.
Hardly ever or anywhere on earth is there a baby, little boy or man who is loved more by his family than this cherished child of the Father. In one of his last text messages, he wrote the following, “I have found out a lot about myself and people in my life. Family is all that matters, took me a long time to figure that out. Whatever you hear about me, just know that I did try to leave this world better than I found it.” Terry’s profound courage and loving heart inspired him to fight his life’s battles relentlessly every day, because he yearned to see the face of God. Terry’s family asks for your prayers of Eternal Rest for Terry’s soul.
A memorial celebration of Terry’s life will be held at the American Legion Post in Dover, MA on October 9, 2022. For all who are able to join us, a service of remembrance will begin promptly at 4:30PM, with a reception and a traditional Irish wake immediately following. A private burial at The Massachusetts National Cemetery in Bourne, MA will take place on October 10, 2022.