Terrence “Terry” Frank Kilborn


Terry Kilborn of Drayton Valley passed away peacefully at home on Monday, December 22, 2014. Terry is lovingly remembered by his wife of 51 years, Grace; daughters, Pamela (Owen) Brierley, Charlene (Steve) Logan and Teresa (Marlin) MacDonald; son, David (Sandra) Kilborn; 13 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; 3 siblings and extended family. Terry is also missed by his Ignited Church family, dear friends, colleagues and community. Terry is predeceased by his parents, Frank and Marion, and youngest brother, Bob. For those wishing to pay their respects to Terry, visitation will take place at Serenity Funeral Service, 5137 50 Avenue, Drayton Valley on Monday, December 29, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. Funeral Services will take place at Ignited Church 4951 41 Avenue, Drayton Valley, Alberta on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. with Pastors Mark Eshleman and Randy Rye officiating. Memorial contributions in honour of Terry may be made to the Drayton Valley Dialysis Unit or CT4DV in care of Drayton Valley Health Services Foundation or to Humans Helping Humans Housing Foundation.

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dusty winter

With regret we are not able to attend Terry’s service today. We want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with your family today and in the days to come.
With love and hugs,
Dusty and Daryl Winter

Pastors Gary and Kim Carter

Grace we send our love and prayers to you and your family at this time of loss. We first met Terry over 30 years ago in Hinton when, I, Kim, took my Real Estate course and worked for him there. Then reconnected when we moved to DV. He sold us our home there. Terry was a godly pillar in DV and his church. He will be missed. We praise the name of our Lord Jesus Christ for His gift of eternal life knowing Terry is praising with Him now.
It is a sad time but we will see him again.

Pastors Gary and Kim Carter

Rolf de Geest

Even knowing Terry for only a short time, we quickly became friends, sharing our hearts together and our mutual love for Jesus. Our friend is gone from this earth but present with his Lord which our loss but his gain. Thank you Grace for calling me and I pray you sense His great love and grace over all your family at this time. It was my privilege to have met such a warm, loving and sincere man. God Bless You All.

Bonnie Halliday

So sorry to hear. Remember lots from our time together at C21. My thoughts are with you all.
Bonnie Halliday

Lori Terris Ingram

I am sad to hear of Terry’s passing. Just recently, I had the pleasure of having a Facebook conversation with Terry after catching up with him on the Hinton Memories site. Terry was my first boss for several years way back starting when I was about 15 back in the 70’s when we had the “snow packs” come out weekends in the winter and then providing several weddings in the summer months. I have really fond memories of our time out at the Overlander! We were like a “little family”. I remember Grace dropping into the kitchen with one or several of the children (mostly David as he was young at the time). My thoughts go out to Terry’s Family at this time. I’m so happy to hear that he officially found The Lord! Peace be with all those who are missing Terry!


I remember spending many Sundays at the buffet of the Overlander lodge with my family. Terry and his family were always welcoming, he will be sadly missed but fondly remembered.

Kevin, Julie,

Auntie Grace, there are no words to sy other than we love you and are thinking about you at this this time. Sending you love, hugs and prayers…Julie, Kevin and Liam

Wendy & Harvey Hildahl

Grace, we are so very sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. Our sincere condolences to you and your family.


We are very sorry to hear of Terry’s passing, Grace. Our sincere condolences to you and your family. Terry and I were first cousins, my father being Carl Kilborn, Frank’s brother. We unfortunately never met, but Terry was the spitting image of my dad.

Bruce Basaraba

Sad to learn that Terry has passed away. Will always have great memories of Terry from the 70s in Hinton when we were all “Ski Doo” crazy and he helped establish the snowmobile club, developed trails, held fabulous parties and prepared awesome meals. Terrific guy to know.


Always have had fond memories of you…first going to the Overlander for your awesome buffets with our family and then you hiring me for my first employment at the Overlander. Rest in Peace, Terry.
Crystal Terris Miller

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