Harland Terrell "Terry" Hibler


Harland Terrell “Terry” Hibler, age 70, of Wyckoff, NJ entered into eternal life on Sunday, May 3, 2020.  Terry worshipped his Savior faithfully, served his country proudly and loved his family fiercely. A proud Air Force veteran, he served as Loadmaster on C130 aircraft in Vietnam.  Terry was a long-time member of Cornerstone Christian Church in Wyckoff, where he served as both a Prayer Warrior and leader of “Team Saturday”, a men’s Bible study group.  Active throughout his life, he was an avid golfer, playing courses throughout the country and the world. To the family who loved him immensely and friends who knew him best, Terry held several titles including Barbeque Pit-master, Chili Cookoff King and Master Smoker.

Mr. Hibler was the Director of Worldwide Airline Marketing with FlightSafety International in Teterboro for 28 years.  For most of his career, he was a corporate pilot holding 16 aircraft type ratings.

Beloved and devoted husband of Karen (Schlageter) Hibler.  Loving father of Amy Provencher and husband Justin of Midland Park, NJ.  Cherished brother of Elizabeth Pierce and husband Alan of Georgetown, TX and brother-in-law to J.C. Schlageter and wife Karen of Westwood, NJ.  Dear uncle of Joyce Rose and husband Bryan of Georgetown, TX as well as Anna and Michelle Caputo of Midland Park, NJ.  Beloved cousin of Michael Caputo and wife Eva of Midland Park, NJ and the entire Caputo family of Fair Lawn, Wayne and Glen Rock, NJ.  He is also survived by Renny, his loyal canine companion.

Services are private.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Terry’s memory can be made to Veteran Air Warriors at www.veteranairwarriors.org.

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My best friend, my prayer partner, my encouragement, I will miss you.
David Reid
I met Terry in the mid-90s when we negotiated our first contract with FSI. Over the years I would see Terry at various meetings as well as the RAA Convention and at WATS. He was always a gentleman, never spoke ill of others, and lived his faith. He made a lasting impression and I will miss not seeing him again. My sincerest condolences to his family.
Mike Lohmann
We are very sorry for your loss, our condolences. Terry made a permanent impression on us and we feel for your loss. Sending prayers, may God be your comfort. In Christ, Octavio & Joyce Fragoso
Octavio and Joyce Fragoso
Brother Terry led by example, was always smiling, and available to be used by God. Beneath his quite disposition, he was a faithful Prayer Warrior, as many who knew him well would attest. We will miss him for sure. Our sincere condolences to Karen, Amy & Justin, the rest of the Provencher, Hibler and Schlageter families. May God be your comfort and strength, Astor & Janet Chin-Lyn Family.
Astor & Janet & Chin-Lyn
Our sincerest condolences to Karen and the family. Terry was a GREAT man, he will be missed.
Mark and Jennifer Jones
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