Terry Dieter

Obituary of Terry L. Dieter

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Cameron: Terry L. “Ted’ Dieter, 80, of Cty. Rte. 119 passed away peacefully Saturday morning, March 16, 2024 at his home surrounded by his family. Ted was born February 18, 1944 in Hornell to the late William and Hazel (Dyke) Dieter. On June 21, 1969 in Wallace, he married the former Jean Crane, who survives and resides in Cameron. Ted was a life-long resident of the Canisteo Valley and Cameron and worked at the former Crowley’s Dairy plant in Arkport for 38 years. He worked every day to be sure his family was well taken care of. When he was not working, he enjoyed bowling with his son in the Addison Men's League. He loved spending time with his family, especially going to the beach and visiting Lancaster. Ted enjoyed watching wrestling, barbecuing at the family reunion beside his wife and being outdoors. He will be missed greatly by everyone. In addition to his wife Jean of Cameron, Ted is survived by a son Terry Dieter (Connie Oles) of Cameron, a daughter, Tracie Dieter (Trey Wilson) of Franklin, grandchildren, Kasandra Oles, Alicia (Cody) Bynum and Amber Oles (Chris Whritenour), great grandchildren, Alex & Aubrieanna Dubois, Kelaeb Leposa, Grayson & Paisley Bynum, Jayce & Everly Whritenour and Savannah Wilson, one brother Dwight “Ike” (Chris) Dieter of Belle Haven, two sisters Louise Davis of Savona and Cora (Mel) Curren of Honeoye Falls, several nieces and nephews. Ted was predeceased by six sisters, June Dennis, Flora Cook, Sharon Kelly, Linda Dickson, Bonnie Guiles and Vickie Stoddard and four brothers, Jim, William, Gordon and Ricky Dieter. At Ted’s request there will be no public calling hours. Burial will be at the convenience of the family in Townline Cemetery, Cameron Mills. Memorial contributions in Ted’s name may be made to Care First, 3805 Meads Creek Rd. Painted Post, NY 14870. Arrangements are in care of the H.P. Smith & Son, Inc. Funeral Home in Canisteo.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Terry
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at H.P. Smith & Son, Inc. Funeral Home - Canisteo
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