Terry Mank Obituary, Death – I regret having to provide this information. Today saw the passing of Terry Mank. a challenge to understand. My favorite and one of the best coaches. Mank, Mr. We appreciate your hard appearance and enormous, loving heart. Godspeed to his family! Mr. Mark was a standout instructor. My books with underlining from freshman English are still with me. A Streetcar Named Desire, Great Expectations. God bless his family.
The blows never stop! This year, there have been so many tragic teacher deaths. May his soul always be filled with light. prayers for his family’s well-being. Damn. It aches. I’m going to resurrect an old trophy and dedicate it to him by leaving it in the middle of a field. Greater than life was man. Robert V. Mank and Therese were wed on September 3, 1956. They first connected when employed with Nelson & Small in the 1950s and 1960s. After that, she spent more than 30 years working for the Catholic Diocese of Maine.
Therese had been a longtime participant in church events at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Portland. Therese enjoyed traveling to Europe as a young woman, as well as relaxing at the beach and reading a good book. She also loved staying in touch with her family and the friends she had made when she first moved to Portland from Presque Isle and lived at the YMCA. On November 3, 1992, Therese lost her husband Robert V. Mank, along with her three sisters Ellen P. White, Mary F. Humphrey, and Dorothy A. Dunham.
Her sister Janet A. Bird of Portland, her daughter Meghan P. Mank of Falmouth, her two dogs, Panda and Teddy, her nephew Michael T. White of Falmouth, and numerous additional nieces and nephews are left to cherish her memory. On Thursday, November 21, 2013, at 8 a.m., there will be visiting hours at the Conroy-Tully Crawford South Portland Chapel, located at 1024 Broadway in South Portland. The same day, prayers will be said at the funeral home at 9:15 a.m., and then a Mass of Christian Burial will be said at St. Pius X Catholic Church, Ocean Avenue, Portland, at 10 a.m. Followed by burial at the Maine Veterans Cemetery in Augusta. You can send condolences online at www.ctcrawford.com. Therese’s memory may be honored by donations made to Sisters of the Precious Blood, 166 State St.