TERRY L. BOCK
Terry "Tiny" Bock
Terry L. "Tiny" Bock, age 56, of rural Medford, died on Friday, May 14, 2010 at the Homestead Hospice of Owatonna.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, May 17, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Medford with the Reverend Dean Rudloff, officiating. Interment will be held at Meadow Ridge Memorial Park, Faribault.
Visitation will be held at the Boldt Funeral Home, Faribault on Sunday, May 16, 2010 from 2 to 5 p.m. and also at the church for one hour prior to the service on Monday.
Terry Lynn, the son of Louis A. and Ruth M. (Mensing) Bock was born on August 18, 1953 in Owatonna. Terry graduated from the Medford High School 1971. He farmed in the Walcott Township area all of his life and was also employed by the Medford block plant currently know as North Star and Masonry for 33 years. Terry loved his family, friends, hunting and fishing.
He is survived by his siblings, Todd (and Ann) Bock and Nancy Perry all of Faribault; one niece, Crystal Bock; and two nephews, Scott Bock and Will Perry.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Jerry L. Bock; and his former wife, Virginia Bock.
Dear Todd and Nancy, I am sending you my deepest sympathy. I always enjoyed chatting with Terry, if I ran into him somewhere. Your whole family has always been so friendly. Please accept my sympathy and may you have wonderful memories.
My parent's farm was west of the Bocks farm out in Walcott. Terry always had a friendly wave when we would meet on the road. He was a year ahead of me at Medford, and I remember when I was in kindergarten we all had to go visit the first graders and share a desk with one for the half day. Well, they put me with Terry and he never said a word to me the whole time, but he did let me use his pencil. Anyway, I ran into him quite a few years ago at the Depot in Faribault, and he remembered riding the bus together and seeing me and my brother, George, on the tractor out in the field alot. He said he was jealous because I was allowed to drive the tractor when I was little to help out in the field when we were baling hay, I was probably about seven then. It was fun talking with him that day about the old neighborhood. His family has my deepest sympathy. Annette Emory, Lakeville.
Dear Terry & our whole family.....Remembering all the happy fun memories thru out the year's while we were in Minnesota & then going to California.........nothing will ever be forgotten & I never told your Mom when I saw you having a fun time in Medford -- remember and we sure did laugh didn't we............anyway you know you were loved & we sure did send prayer's from California to Minnesota for you from Faith Lutheran in Pleasant Hill, Ca. God said I need him more than you do & put you in a special place to take care of thing's we know nothing about...but will know someday when we all meet again .... greet Uncle Louis & Aunt Ruthie & all the Aunt's & Uncles & Moms & Dad's who are welcoming you...........& Virginia & Gerry........Our deepest sympathy to Todd, Ann, Nancy, Will, Scott & Crystal........our love & prayer's alway's,,John & Arlette Dan--Dick--Jane & David.........&families