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Burket-Truby Funeral Home of Oakmont

Creegan, Terrance T.




Terrance “Terry” T. Creegan, 79 of Penn Hills passed away on Friday, September 30, 2022 with his daughters by his side. Son of the late Irenaeus and Margaret (Sullivan) Creegan. Beloved Husband for over 53 years of Christine “Chris” M. Creegan, who preceded him in death on Monday, August 29, 2022 . Those thirty-two days were the longest time they spent apart in turn ending their epic love story here on Earth, but only to be continued forever in eternity. Loving Father of Carrie (Jason) Isasky and Casey Creegan (Daniel Buchholz). Proud Pap Pap of Ella, Ava, and Scotti Shay. Brother of Suzanne Stonebrook and the late Charles Creegan. Terry served in the Army during the Vietnam War and after returning home, he met the love of his life. They began their life together in the same neighborhood that he grew up in. He was in sales for his entire life and spent the latter part of his career as a product manager for Allegheny Petroleum and then Export Fuel Company, where he retired from. In his younger years, Terry enjoyed extensive traveling with his wife, making their way across five of the continents. They also shared a love of golf, and they were members of Alcoma Country Club for 10 years where they played and socialized. Terry also was an avid member at the VFW and The Eagles in Verona for many years. He also enjoyed watching sports and rooting on his favorite Pittsburgh sports teams. Terry was proudest of his two daughters and was a true family man. He was a phenomenal storyteller and spent many nights around a table with his family engaged in conversations filled with laughter, love, and life-lessons. He told bedtime stories to his granddaughters and even wrote a book for Ella and Ava and a poem for Scotti Shay. Those who knew Terry, knew he was a true original. He could make anyone laugh and would talk to everyone he crossed paths with. He will be truly missed and his stories will live on forever. Friends and relatives will be received on Thursday, October 6, 2022 from 2-6 p.m. at the BURKET-TRUBY FUNERAL HOME CREMATION & ALTERNATIVE SERVICES INC. A funeral service will be held at 6 p.m. at the conclusion of the visitation with military honors.