Terry passed away on December 30, 2010, but he left behind an important legacy. Terry was known as the “unofficial” Seaside Heights historian and was a proud member of the Seaside Heights Volunteer Fire Company. As a grandson of longtime Mayor J. Stanley Tunney, Terry was the guardian of a priceless collection of Seaside Heights memorabilia and vintage photographs – much of which has been turned over by his family to the Seaside Heights Volunteer Fire Company Museum. Terry’s call to duty started when he served as a military police officer in the Army during the Vietnam and Korea Wars. After returning to civilian life in the United States, Terry worked as a lineman for the Seaside Heights Electic Department and would later own Jack and Bill’s Bar on the Boardwalk as well as T.G. & Son Excavating.