Passing of Naga Terada

It is with great sadness that we hear of the passing of Naga.  Naga & Sue lived on Anarchist Mountain for many years, and were a vibrant part of our community. They decided to move into Osoyoos a few years ago.   Naga was always an inspiration to those who enjoyed his whit, kindness and sense of community. Naga served as a Director on the Anarchist Mountain Community Society for several years providing his guidance and wise counsel. Naga and Sue were the originators of the Anarchist Mountain Silent Auction, that has become part of our annual Summer picnic. That effort has allowed our community to raise many thousands of dollars in support of our Fire Dept.   Naga also was an avid lawn bowler, and helped get many new people into that activity.  Naga & Sue were key founders in getting the Market on Main going in downtown Osoyoos, which continues to this day. Naga fell ill last Sunday (July 5) and passed away peacefully in Penticton last night. Naga was 92. 

Rest peacefully dear friend. You made our lives that much better by knowing you.   Arrangements have not been announced yet.

Your friends on Anarchist Mountain

Peter Humphrey

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6 Responses to Passing of Naga Terada

  1. Jackie Sehgal says:

    Sad to lose a dear one. Much condolence you Sue and everyone who feels his absence.
    With love
    Jackie and Ajai Sehgal

  2. Adele Dupuis-Miller says:

    So sorry to hear this sad news. Sincere condolences to Sue.

  3. Wendy Mellace says:

    Oh,so sorry to hear this. Our condolences Sue!

  4. Barbara Haskell says:

    Goodbye my friend! Rest in peace…

  5. Michael & Vera Ryan says:

    Naga was a friend, lawn bowling partner, fellow member of the Osoyoos Lawn Bowling Club executive and one of the best Greenskeeper we had. Naga was a very competitive bowler and I was fortunate to bowl with him in some of our Interior Lawn Bowling Association competitions. May he rest in peace. Condolences to Sue from the Ryans.

  6. Sad news, and a great loss. Sincere condolences to Sue!

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