We Remember


A bright light has gone out in the world. Terry Rychjohn passed away suddenly May 30th, 2019 at the age of 59.  He is survived by his wife and best friend Debbie, sister Darlene, brother Lawrence (Pat), brother Graham (Dianne), sister Donna (Brian) and their families. Terry was born in Preeceville, SK. He attended high school in Hudson Bay, SK where their mutual love of music and shared sense of humour brought Terry and Debbie together. After post graduate schooling and employment in Saskatoon, Terry and Debbie moved to BC in 1987 and made their home in Peachland. Terry worked on many projects in the Okanagan both large and small as a journeyman electrician. In 1993 Terry transitioned into retail and developed the Towne Centre Postal Outlet and Card Shop in Kelowna into the thriving business of which he was so proud. He often expressed deep appreciation for his hardworking and loyal employees.  Terry had an immense love for his family and many friends. He always made time to lend an ear and a helping hand. Terry loved life. Great times were had on boat rides, quad rides, camping trips, driving his new and beloved old classic cars, shooting pool and shooting the breeze with friends over a beer. He had a joke for every situation.  A picnic table dedicated in Terry’s memory will be placed in September on Thwaite Point next to Trepanier Creek in Peachland. A place to sit and remember a man well loved and a life well lived.

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