On Sept. 2, Terry Wolfe passed away peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family.
Terry was born in Bakersfield, California, Sept. 15, 1955, to Geraldine M. Ford. Terry had five brothers: Steve Wolfe, Jeff Wolfe, Tony Wolfe, Greg Wolfe and Aaron Wolfe. He also had three sisters: Jean Wolfe, Shannon Wolfe and Carla Wolfe. Terry had many nieces and nephews.
At the age of 17, Terry started his lifelong career in the oilfields. Terry was part of a wrecking crew in Taft, California, which brought him to Evanston in 1995.
Terry was a hard worker, and with all of his hard work he became a rig manager. He traveled all around the world. Shortly after high school, he met the love of his life, Carol Wolfe. Terry loved Carol with every bone in his body. Together they raised four children: Laurie Hartzell, Jennifer Staley, Cody Wolfe and Abbigail Wolfe Taylor.
Terry enjoyed spending his time with his five grandchildren: Dylan Robbins, Natalie Robbins, Zackary Hemingway, Jordan Staley and Alexis Staley. Terry also had a great-granddaughter, Elizabeth Robbins, whom he loved very much.
Terry loved Wyoming, fishing, hunting and camping. Terry loved telling his family all kinds of stories. His favorite stories were the ones about Bigfoot, and to this day he is the only man to have captured Bigfoot.
Terry is preceded in death by his mother, Geraldine M. Ford, and his brother, Greg Wolfe.
Terry’s family would like to give a special thanks to Nora Youngren, Samantha Hale and Lauri Morgan for giving him such amazing care and helping him feel comfort and peace in his final days.