Dance, Terry Jensen | Obituary

Dance Terry Jensen Dance Terry first aired on November 29, 1943 with the soundtrack Look Out World Cause Here I Come! It left too early on April 24, 2021 across the entire GoodBye Yellow Brick Road soundtrack. He exhausted his wonderful heart with all the love he gave to his world and its people. Survived by siblings, The Matriarch, Sister Ella (Ed Gorder), Debbie (Clyde Siglin), Sheldon (Pat Dance), Sharon (Scott Michael), Blair (Vickie Dance); Daughters, Darci Dance, Dani Dance (Matthew Slaven) Samara Honey (Ian Honey), Sons, Ryan Dance (Keri Dance), Tyson Bloxham (Teri Dahl) and beautiful loving wife Sandy (Sandra) O’Neil. He was predeceased to death by brothers Blake (Linda Dance), Clifford and his wonderful loving parents, Eva Lorainne and Arlo Clifford Dance. In 1968 he was fortunate to have his first daughter Darci Dance, a perfect baby and toddler. In 1972 he had his second daughter Dani Dance, it was often said that if she had been the first, she would have been the only child. In 1974 came Ryan Terry Dance, the little brother often tormented by his sisters. In 1998, after raising 3 children as a devoted and loving single dad, he met the love of his life and perfect partner in crime, Sandy O’Neil. After a long court, they were married on June 13, 2009. A true love story that found them often dancing every night and falling asleep with their hands raised until her death. A man of many talents, the Handyman was not one of them, but luckily Sandy could pretty much build a house and he became a great supervisor. The unification of these two beautiful people blessed Terry with a wonderful blended family by adding a daughter he loved and who always made him laugh, Samara Honey and the most practical of sons who was always ready to come and help Mom during that dad was overseeing house projects, Tyson Bloxham. He loved all his children fully. Very early on, Sandy and Terry tested this blended family and to introduce the children, they took them on a 7 day excursion on the river. Terry said, “well that will let us know if this is going to work.” They all got along wonderfully (almost too well, they were having a little too much fun). Everyone had a good time and it was the start of the invented auto, of the dysfunctions. Sign of a genuine and kind soul, all children and animals loved him and he loved them too. He was an amazing dad to 5 beautiful grandchildren, Nathan Ty Dance, Kadin Bloxham, Kena Ash, Zoe Dance Slaven and Evelyn Bloxham. Also, dad and dad to many of the four legged family members, Maggie, Mickie, Bella, Roxie, Boomer, Fizz, Leia, Tilly, Murphy, Tucker and Rosie. He had the joy of living, having fun and living the party. He adored his large amount of amazing friends. He loved to ski, golf, cycle and hang out with family and friends, which meant the world to him. Sometimes referred to as Cranky Pants or TD, he was known for his famous rolling eyes and big laugh. He was often found hidden from his children on the golf course or in favorite water points with his second family and often disruptive friends; Hornet, Huck, Conrad, Mad Dog, Mudd, Stapes, F Dude (Brad), Alan by the Gallon, Tony, Dana, Mole, Koger, Mike Brady, Cac, Jim, Carisa and many more (yes, these are all real people). He has built an incredible tax firm with very loyal clients and incredible colleagues. He once said taxes were boring, but the clients and the people he worked with were what he loved the most. Please no need to send flowers, Dad would have wanted you to toast his life with a beer, coffee or tea and tell funny stories and laugh. If you still want to spend your money, please send your donations to the Alzheimer Research Foundation. Services will be held at Hawker Funeral Home in Blackfoot on Saturday May 1 at 2:00 p.m. Live streaming available on their website Golf / casual attire would be the way he would like you to come. Masks required.

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