Terry Lock, 82, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family and listening to his favorite Buddy Holly music. He was born on Jan. 31, 1942, in Geneva, Ill. Terry grew up in the Chicago area, and like Red Grange was proud to attend and play football for Wheaton Central High School; he then attended Southern Methodist University and earned his MBA from the University of Chicago.

Terry, known to his grandchildren and others who knew him in later life as "Rock," was a thoughtful, generous, and kind individual. He was a hard-working natural leader, who was dedicated to his profession, church, and family.

In his 33-year career, Terry worked for Boise Cascade Corporation, beginning in sales and eventually becoming a Senior Vice President, ultimately overseeing the expansion of international markets. After retiring at the age of 57, Terry mentored his son and other young business leaders, but primarily devoted time to his grandchildren and family.

Terry had a passion for travel and exploring different cultures, taking his family to numerous countries across six continents over time. He loved fishing with friends and family from the Deschutes and Rogue Rivers to the seas off Alaska and Oregon. A sports enthusiast and athlete, Rock cheered on the Cubs, Bears and Blazers and enjoyed early morning tennis or swimming at the MAC. He took up scuba diving in his 30s and snowboarding in his 50s. Rock loved reading about sports, spies, and all things business. He was an avid photographer, and the foremost sampler of chocolate-chip cookies in the world.

Terry is survived by his wife Lynne (née Belanger); daughter Kelly Humphreys (Evan); son Brian (Jenna); four grandchildren Connor, Owen, Xander, and Vivian; siblings Bill Lock and Sharon Lock Christopher; as well as numerous McConnell and Lock nieces, nephews, and cousins. Terry was predeceased by parents Marjorie (McConnell) & L. R. Lock; and a brother, Ken.

To honor Terry, contributions can be made to Minds Matter, Portland or Mission MSA (Multiple System Atrophy). Though we say farewell for now, Terry's legacy of inspiration remains a guiding light for all of us who knew him.