Obituary for Terrell J. "Terry" Iandiorio
A full obituary will be posted as soon as possible.
ACTON, MA: Terrell J. "Terry" Iandiorio of Acton, MA died unexpectedly on Wednesday August 16, 2017 in Nantucket, MA. He was 46. A devoted family man, he was the husband of Ann (Wade) Iandiorio and father of their two children, Mason and Ellery, all of Acton. He is also survived by his father Joseph S. Iandiorio; siblings Quenby, Caley and Brady Iandioro; extended family members, colleagues and friends. He was the son of the late Virginia (McKenna) Iandiorio. Terry was an attorney for Ropes and Gray of Boston with an active pro bono practice through the firm, and was a former teacher at the Belmont Hill School.
Visiting hours are Thursday August 24th, 2017 from 3:00-6:00pm at the Acton Funeral Home, 470 Massachusetts Ave (Rte 111) Acton. In a nod to Terry's personality, guests are encourage to attend wearing casual dress rather than formal attire. A service will be held on Friday August 25th at 1:00pm at the Belmont Hill School, 350 Prospect Street, Belmont, MA with a reception to follow.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established. "The Iandiorio family suffered a tragic loss when Terry passed away on Wednesday, August 16th. Many people have reached out offering to contribute to a fund to help with funeral expenses and any of his family's needs. We are incredibly thankful. His wife Ann, son Mason, and daughter Ellery are so appreciative of your support during this incomprehensible time. If you knew Terry, you know he's the type of person we should all aspire to be. All funds will go to his family to use as they need." Please visit youcaring.com and enter "Iandiorio" in the search box, or enter following link in a browser: https://www.youcaring.com/anniandioriomasoniandiorioandelleryiandiorio-907498
In addition, "Friends of Terry" has established a community page: "Dear Friends of Terry, We are putting together this community to find ways to help Terry and Ann's family during this incredibly difficult time. Many of us are grieving from afar, and looking for ways to help. Please see the calendar or send suggestions for other ways we can support Ann, Mason, Ellie and their families now and going forward." Please visit at http://my.lotsahelpinghands.com/community/friendsofterry
Arrangements are under the guidance of Acton Funeral Home, with memorial page at www.actonfuneralhome.