Terry L. Eder

Terry L. Eder, age 70, of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin passed away Tuesday, November 17, 2020.

A celebration of his life will be Saturday, November 28, 2020, beginning at 1:00 p.m. at Frankies Bar-5253 WI-113, Baraboo, WI 53913.

Terry was born April 29, 1950, in Park Falls, Wisconsin to Clement and Gladys (Root) Eder. He graduated from Glidden High School and spent the past 41 years with the love of his life Bonney.

Terry owned and operated Lee’s Bar & Grill in Madison and the Mustang Inn in Portage.
He loved his motorcycle and being a part of the ABATE family.

Terry was preceded in death by his parents Clement & Gladys; brother, Lynn; sister, Maxine, nephew, Shawn; in-laws, Doris & Cecil; Laurice, Yolanda, and Cecil.

Survivors include his life partner, Bonney; children, Melissa; Michelle (Billy); Ronny, Jeremy; grandchildren, Tristan, Madison, Joey, Searra, Victoria, Cassandra, Zachary, Jesse, Payton, Liam; sister, Danielle (Richard); nephews & nieces, Mike (Sue), Julie, Kristi, Kelly, Heidi (Art), Peggy, Molly, Patricia (Eric), Jacob (Kandi), Alicia, Beth, Eric, Maddie; sister-in-law, Kathy; brothers-in-law, Edward, Doug; close friends, Tom, Steve & Ann, Jimmy & Michelle, and Jason & Chrissy. Terry is further survived by great-nieces & nephews, relatives, and friends.

A big thank you to the Adams County first responders, and Roseberry’s Funeral Home.

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  1. Randy Grider says:

    I had to read about Terry in the Glidden Enterprise. He was a classmate and friend. That’s one more person that I call no longer call and find out how they are doing. He will be missed.

  2. Peggy Day (Trzebiatowski) says:

    Bonney so sorry for your loss. I only met you once at my cousin Kristi’s wedding, but I knew right away you had special lasting connection with my uncle. When I was a kid, Terry always talked to me like I was important and told some great stories! He will be missed! My sincere condolences. Peggy

  3. Karen Leopard says:

    My heart breaks for you Ms. Bonnie. May Terry rest in peace.

  4. Marie Hass says:

    Terry was a good friend and a wonderful employer. I will think of him often. Bonney, I am so sorry, you have my sincerest sympathy. I am unable to be at his Celebration of Life since I am in Arizona for the winter. He will be much missed. Love and hugs.

  5. Ben Scalissi says:

    He will be missed dearly. I don’t think he missed a time of sharing my Cat tree posts & never wanted a thank you for doing it. You were a GREAT friend.

  6. Kristi Olson says:

    Bonney, I was so sorry to hear of Uncle Terry’s passing. My condolences and deepest sympathies. -Kristi

  7. Stash Rygh says:

    Heartfelt sympathies to Bonney and family. We lost another good one.

  8. Yogi Maly says:

    My Heart goes out to Bonney and family, sorry for your loss..

  9. Bill Cadwallader says:

    I’m am so sorry for your loss ! I will do my best to make an appearance at the celebration of life on the 28th . He was always a man of conversation and I enjoyed all the time I was fortunate to have spent talking with him !

  10. Katie Buller Kintner says:

    Will never forget those days at Lee’s Bar. Terry, where ever you are, I hope the drinks are good and people are friendly. See you when it’s my turn.

  11. Gail Redepenning Nix says:

    OMG 😓😓😓 I’m just reading this I can’t believe it. I’m in complete disbelief 😓😓 Terry you are a DEAR FRIEND. You trusted me, knowing your secret was tight. Bonnie, you lost a huge sole partner. Good bless you while you walk through this new journey . I’m so very sorry. His pain and suffering is over. My deepest condolences 💐

  12. Jason Cartwright says:

    Love you Bonney. I’m very sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts.

  13. Dennis Maly says:

    Deepest sympathy to Bonney and family