Terrence "Terry" Glenn Wohlford, 50, of Geneva, passed away Monday, November 4, 2019, at Franklin General Hospital in Hampton. He was born April 30, 1969, in Hampton, to Donald Arthur Wohlford and Linda Marie Gabel.
Terry graduated from Ackley-Geneva High School, the class of 1988. He furthered his education and received his Associate's Degree from Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls. On February 14, 1993, Terry was united in marriage to Kris Sue Strobbe in Eldridge, Iowa. He proudly served as President and CEO of Wohlford Land & Cattle. Terry was a member of the Geneva United Methodist Church.
Terry enjoyed trapshooting, reading on the beach, watching Fox News, and splurging on Ralph Lauren clothing. He enjoyed telling stories and teasing his friends and family, as well as hanging out with his "Hunting Crew". Most importantly, Terry enjoyed simply spending time with his wife, Kris, and two daughters, Kennedy and Mallory, whether it was watching TV, having lunch, traveling the world together, or attending sporting events, taking heart-warming selfies along the way.
Terry is survived by his wife Kris Wohlford of Geneva; daughters Kennedy and Mallory Wohlford of Geneva; mother Linda (Alvin) Gabel of Exeter, Missouri; brother David (Jodi) Wohlford of Geneva; step-mother Barb Wohlford of Hampton; step-brother Mark (Kim) Rodgers of Phoenix, Arizona; maternal grandmother Dorann Hansen of Cassville, Missouri; nephews Jackson and Joshua Wohlford of Geneva, Mitchell Strobbe of Bettendorf; niece Gretchen Strobbe of Bettendorf; step-niece Brianna Rodgers and step-nephew Jayson Rodgers of Phoenix, Arizona; father-in-law and mother-in-law Don and Mike Strobbe of Bettendorf; brother-in-law Michael (Joette) Strobbe of Bettendorf, and many cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father Donald Wohlford, paternal grandparents and maternal grandfather.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Wohlford family.
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My deepest sympathy to you Kris Kennedy & Mallory. I don’t know if you remember me Kris. Merlin& I we’re Lance parents. I have many many memories of Terry Tony Tom &tance @. Our house, we were at your weddings too. Terry was always fun to be around. And then Luis arrived. Life got pretty wild. Terry will be with you always. Watching over his 3 girls. Again had to grasp terry is not with us . My sympathy.
Thinking of you all. Hopeful that your memories comfort you. Love Wendy (Bishop) Wall and family
Davenport Iowa 2004
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