Terry McLaughlan: 1951 – 2017
Please join us in offering our most sincere condolences to the National Capital Division, its member clubs and extended family over the sudden loss of Terry McLaughlan.
Terry was the Chair of the National Capital Division Board and over the years a member at both Camp Fortune and Calabogie. He was a tireless volunteer on and off the slopes and as submitted by Mont Cascade club member & friend Jamie Rosewarne, “He was dedicated to supporting our sport and many other sports locally, provincially, and nationally, as well as his family, friends and community. We are very lucky to have had his unselfish support, and tireless contributions. His presence was wide spread and he will be missed, and likely much more than we can imagine right now. Please pass this along to anyone you know who may wish to be notified.”
Please consider joining friends and family on Wednesday in Ottawa to celebrate those contributions and honor a friend …full details below.
McLAUGHLAN, Terrence Michael
1951 – 2017
It is with great sadness the family and friends of Terry McLaughlan announce his sudden passing, in his sleep, on August 19, 2017. Proud, loving and devoted father to Ryan. He will be deeply missed by his partner Kim Curran and her children Paul and Annie, his brother Bernie and family as well as his first wife Cheryl Whyte. Cherished friends from the ski racing, cycling, baseball and sailing communities mourn his loss along with extended family, colleagues at BMO where he worked for 28 years, former colleagues from Tommy and Lefebvre and current colleagues from Sporting Life.
Terry had an incredible joy for life, lived every day to the fullest and spent every day dedicated to making life better and easier for everyone around him.
Friends, Family and former colleagues are invited to celebrate Terry’s life at Whispers Pub and Eatery, 249 Richmond Rd, Ottawa, on Wednesday, August 30 from 5 p.m. onwards. Come raise a glass!
In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution to the Bruyère Life Changing Campaign, to which Terry was an Ambassador: 43 Bruyère St., Ottawa ON, K1N 5C8, Bruyere.org/give or the charity of your choice.