On the evening of May 17 th , 2022 Terry Peacock passed away peacefully, surrounded by his wife Diane, sons Leigh and Scott, and oldest granddaughter, Michelle. Terry was a lifelong resident of Pleasant Valley and Hammondsport who dedicated much of his free time to serving the community he loved. As a young man, he was a volunteer fireman and later served as village mayor. He coached and served as grounds keeper for Little League baseball, served on the Little League board, and was a leader of the Hammondsport High School Band Boosters. Professionally, he was proprietor of the highly regarded Antiques at the Warehouse—a popular destination of antique collectors—located in Terry’s childhood neighborhood of Pleasant Valley. Born on March 12 th , 1942 to Wilma and Stanley Peacock, Terry is survived by his loving wife and best friend of 56 years, Diane (nee Snyder), his sister Audrey (Duncan) Springstead of Hammondsport, his sons Scott (Diane) Peacock of Snohomish, WA and Leigh (Missy) Peacock of Hammondsport. Terry was also adored by his eight grandchildren—Michelle, Benjamin, Nicholas, Lucas (Rebecca), Dylan, Jacob, Tanessa and Wiliam—and great-grandchildren, Kalysta, Breylynne, Ryker and Maverick. Of course, his little fur buddy, Gus, will miss him greatly, too. All who knew Terry will miss his huge smile, his sharp sense of humor and his willingness to help anyone in need. Since Terry did not wish to be mourned, there will be no calling hours or service. The celebration he wished to be held will take place at a later date. Donations in Terry’s memory may be made to the Finger Lakes Boating Museum, the Hammondsport Ambulance Corps or the Bath Ambulance Corps.