Terrence "Terry" Cecil Cremins

August 28, 1948 ~ September 23, 2021 (age 73)


Terrence “Terry” Cecil Cremins, 73, passed away peacefully September 23rd, 2021. Terry was born August 28th, 1948, to Daniel & Lucille Cremins in Montpelier, Vermont and relocated to Boston, Mass. shortly thereafter. 

Terry was a graduate of Boston English High School and furthered his education at the University of Massachusetts.  He relocated in late 70’s from Massachusetts to Binghamton, NY then North Syracuse, NY.  He was in sales at Dunn & Brad Street and later retired from hospitality management. He was a big “family man” who loved going to the Red Sox games at Fenway, spending time at the family-built lodge in Vermont and visiting family members all along the East coast. He also enjoyed ice hockey to root for the Bruins & cooking big family meals for everyone. Terry spent as much time as he could with his family at all their various events (dance recitals, karate lessons, ice hockey practice, etc.) and many great memories have been made. 

Terry is predeceased by his wife Elaine Cremins, both parents and 2 brothers Stephen & Daniel Cremins. Surviving are daughter and son-in-law Tanya Cremins & Doug Merrick, daughter and son-in-law Julianne & Mark Vadas, son and daughter-in-law James & Jacqueline Harvard, 5 granddaughters Kimberly Anderson, Hannah, Payton & Mila Vadas, and Cadence Harvard, 2 great-grandsons Travis & Silas Hill,  brothers David & Michael Cremins, sisters Carol Barnes & Linda (Gary) Anderson, close family member Angelina Cremins, as well as several nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date. In lieu of flowers please feel free to make donations to Juvenile Diabetes Research 6320 Fly Rd #104 East Syracuse, NY 13057. 

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