Terrance Lewis Neidigh 63, Bloomfield

Terrance Lewis Neidigh 63, of Bloomfield, passed away Saturday, December 11, 2021, at Regional Hospital in Terre Haute.

Terry was born February 24, 1958 in Huntingburg.

Also known as Hop, Hoppy or Hopsing, he spent 43 happy years, full of many adventures with his wife Dianne. After 16 years of cohabitation, they decided to take the plunge and were married on July 14th, 1994.

Terry had worked in construction for nearly 40 years. He had worked for Neidigh Construction, Weddle Brothers Construction and Ike Wright Construction during his lifelong career. He was a 30-year member of the United Laborers Union, District 741 and the Sons of the American Legion Post #196.

Terry enjoyed drag racing, watching any sport that was televised and various painting and woodworking projects.

Terry is survived by his wife, Dianne Neidigh; daughter, Angela Gonzalez Hunter and son-in-law, Adan Gonzalez; mother, Genny Schroeder; brother, Tom (Tammy) Neidigh; sister, Starla (Barry Walls) Neidigh; stepbrothers, Rob (Tammy) Schroeder and Ricky Schroeder; stepsister, Rhonda (Curt) Hollingsworth; grandsons, Chance Lewis Hunter and Gabriel Gonzalez Hunter; nephew, Austin (Sara) Neidigh and niece, Kelsey (Cody Pasch) Neidigh; great-nephew, Jude Neidigh and great-niece, Raelynn Pasch; Godmother and aunt, Violet Weisheit; uncles; an aunt; numerous cousins.

He was preceded in death by his father, Ronald Neidigh; stepfather, Richard Schroeder; and Godfather and uncle, Lewis Weisheit.

The family would like to thank Terry’s doctor’s: Dr. Ajay Deshpande, Dr. Shreelekha Deshpande, Dr. Emmanuel Favila and the nurses at Regional Hospital for the exceptional care and compassion shown to Terry and his family during his extended illness.

Services will be conducted by Reverend Scott Chastain Friday December 17th at 6:00 pm. Visitation will be from 2:00 pm until the time of the service. Services will be held at Jenkins Funeral Home in Bloomfield. There will be no graveside service.

The family asks that all memorial contributions be made to the Bloomfield First Christian Church.