Terry Summach Obituary, Death – Terry was born October 11, 1942, to Emerson and Joyce Summach. Terry wants his Flexi-Coil win, faith, family, and Kingdom service remembered. Saskatchewan Terry attended Aden Bowman and Nutana. He attended the University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering after a year at Calgary’s Baptist Leadership Training School. Engineering students taught pilots. Terry was 21 when his family struggled in 1964. Terry’s father died in his arms. Terry was unexpectedly named head of household. He graduated, supported his mother and two younger sisters, and ran the family business because he trusted God.
Terry fell in love blindly dating. He met Fenwood first-year nursing student Lois Schmuland. His joy was complete when she married him June 25, 1966. She was his beloved wife for 57 years. The couple had Berk, Brad, and Karissa in 1969 with a faltering business and three workers. Terry stressed faith, family, and business. Though educated and ambitious, he knew God was using him. Flexi-Coil expanded through acquisitions, inventions, and business. Easy with up-and-right growth charts. Chaos and anxiety ruled. Terry thanks God for Flexi-Coil’s skilled workers. Terry’s family thanks you. You know yourself.
Terry globalized Flexi-Coil. Europe, North, South, Australia blast. Terry pioneered western USSR dryland grain farming. Late 1990s valued 2000 workers. Terence thanked workers throughout. Through good years, Terry and his management team hand-delivered Christmas turkeys to every employee and paid well. Terry always accepted workplace congratulations and advice. Helping others was his passion. He felt God is the goal, not the means. Terry liked flying. Terry was talented and flew often. Aviation was his love. He saw a unique marketing opportunity to combine his passion and business. Flexi-Coil developed, trained, and educated farmers about their crops using airplanes for decades. As first officer and family, Terry loved his wife. Pilots, kids, and grandkids love him.
Terry and Flexi-Coil won Abex, Sabex, Saskatchewan Business’ 1989 Entrepreneur of the Year, and Saskatoon’s Engineering Society’s 1994 Engineer of the Year. Family portraits indicate his priorities, while medals and awards are in the basement. Charity was essential to Terry. His church, 1970s children’s camp, Baptist Union Development Fund, Teen Challenge Saskatchewan, and other missions received big donations. He founded e3 Ministry Canada to reach out. A nonprofit spreads Christianity worldwide. He inspired with his Jesus as Way, Truth, and Life testimony.
Lois, son Berk (Stephanie), and their children Taylor (Brayden), Paige (Jared), Nick (Mackenzie), Sydney (Trae), Brad (Cindy), Jeff (Emily), Jeremy (Presley), Dakota (Tim), Karissa (Trent), and Brayden ( Terry wants Jesus loves. Thanks to God and Saviour for his success. Support his legacy by donating to e3 Ministry Canada. Hillcrest Memorial Gardens will have a private graveside service at 11:00am on September 16, 2023. Dalmeny Funeral Home, 139 3rd Street, will have a 7–9:30 p.m. viewing. Terry’s www.dalmenyfuneralhome.ca obituary mentions live transmission. Organized by Dalmeny Funeral Home 306-254-2022.