We were sorry to read about Terry's passing. As one reads the guest book you can readily see how she greatly impacted on all she met and taught. Our prayers are with you. sincerely Muriel and Chuck Friend
Sorry to hear of Mrs. Gulati's passing. I was a People to People Student Ambassador in 1978 and I attended a birthday celebration for Prem at her residence in Elmira.
I have so many warm memories of Terry. Her cooking, of course, and her tolerance and encouragement of our Hendy/Booth/EFA group. Terry left three wonderful children and their families who will carry on her legacy and will continue to make this a better world. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
We are so sorry for the loss of Terry. She is to be celebrated for the life she lad and the people she touched beautifully. So many have been made better as a result of knowing her. Many blessings and prayers, John and Paula Pattison and Hank Hagy - Rochester, NY
Arnot Ogden will always remember Terry and the new MDs from India will miss her welcome to the Arnot Ogden.
Terry was a super personality and I am so glad that our lives walked the same path for a spell. She raised two special sons whom I had the occasion to know.Sending my blessings to her family.
Thinking of you today as you honor this beautiful woman. How blessed I am to have sat under her wise teaching while in nursing school and then as a colleague in the OR. I carry many fond memories of " The Sarge" in my heart.
A teacher , a mentor , an amazing force . She made this world a better place. Deepest Sympathy
Gulati family I sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I used to be a neighbor of yours 959 water st. What a wonderful family..
Dr. Gulati and Family, I knew Terry from her years of swimming at E.F.A. Pool. I have thought of her and her family often and I am so sorry for your loss.
Dr. Gulati and family,
Sending my deepest sympathies. Alzheimers is a slow goodbye and I would like to share with you how much Mrs. Gulati was a huge part of my life. I used to babysit for the Rubins across the street from you- when I started they had 3 kids by the time they relocated to Albany they had 5 kids. Mrs. Gulati would see me with them and would always say "I was a natural with children." How small world it would become when I entered nursing school she would become my advisor and my instructor. During my OR rotation, I grew under her wing. I learned how to learn and become a successful student on my own. After that rotation (semester end)- Mrs. Gulati, would have us-her students over for a luncheon in her home. Yes, the food was delicious- but I remember sitting on her oriental carpet with the sun pouring in of course, no shoes on and wishing someday I would like to have an oriental carpet like hers. Another memory, I have with Mrs. Gulati is that I was the kind of student that had to study and I would be at Elmira College library on the weekend studying either myself or with my boyfriend (who would become my husband) and she would come in with her husband and son--- she would always smile and give me a nod of approval. I would almost look for her so I could be encouraged to keep studying when I was so frustrated. Well, when I graduated Arnot School of Nursing in 1988 she played a huge part in my journey to become a RN. She was thrilled when I told her I was going to Strong, so I could support my husband in graduate school because that was exactly what she did. To fast forward, I became a Mom of 3- graduated magna cum laude with my bachelors, work med/surgical-telemetry unit and yes, I did get that oriental carpet. Rest in peace and thank-you for a journey well done.
~ Peggy Tolbert-Munson, RN, BSN,CSMRN
I was saddened to read of Terry's passing. I worked with her at AOMC and she was a pleasure to interact with.
My sincere Condolences to Dr. Gulati and the whole Family.
I worked with Terry when she was an instructor and appreciated her ability to work with the students and share her expertise. She is missed.
Dr.Gulati and Family,
My family and I are very sorry to hear about your loss. Teresa was a kind woman and a heck of a cook! I appreciate how nice she was to me and my family. May you find strength in this difficult time.
What a great lady,may god bless you and keep you safe. m. woychak
I have known Terry & Suresh for long time
Extremely dedicated nurse educator ,Rotarian,humanitarian
Our condolence to suresh & family
Terry Gulati lived few houses from our home for many years. She was a very nice, helping wonderful person. Sorry to learn to hear that she passed away. Our condolences to her husband Mr. Gulati and his family.
Suresh and family:
Oh, so many wonderful memories working with Terry at the school of nursing--always a smile and that twinkle in her eye when she pulled out her flask at various functions, a beautiful cake she made me that I found was cardboard when she had me cut into it(always fun loving), how she would say, "You've got to be joking.", and how creative she was with her very own 'sore' made up of what we had in our lounge (ketchup and mustard) with a dressing over top of that for a class we had. May you have solace in knowing how many lives she impacted. Lynn Rounsville, Syracuse, NY
Suresh and family: We were so sorry to hear of the loss of your dear wife and mother. I am Bob Colegrove's daughter...you worked with him at Corning Glass for many years, and you and your wife came to the funeral home when Dad passed on. Thank you so much for that. We pray for comfort for you and your family at this time.
Raj and family, so sorry to learn of your mother's passing. You have followed in her foot steps, what an honor.
Raj and family, sorry to hear about your Mother. Our condolences on your loss.
Suresh and family,
You have my hartfelt sympathy at this sad time. I know Terry had serious health issues for several years so I like to think she is in a better place free from pain. I had one tie with Terry; we were both made Paul Harris Fellows in the Corning Rotary Club on the same day.
Our very dear Suresh and Family,
Even though we know how much suffering Terry endured, our hearts are filled with sorrow... a feeling of void seems to linger.
We cherish the fond memories of our Corning days and the special role played by you both. Terry was my Martha Stewart...she taught me to be the Jack of all trades!
Our heartfelt sympathies to you all.
Bhanu and Ranga Ranghavan
Suresh & family, I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your wife (mother, grandmother) I only met her a few times and enjoyed her so much. Keeping you all in my thoughts
Dear Suresh and family,
Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. I worked with Terry for many years in the Operating Room at the Arnot. She was always friendly and had that smile on her face every day. I know that my husband enjoyed working with her. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Dr. Gulati and family, I had the pleasure of working with Terry, when we both taught at Arnot's School of Nursing and all the laughs we shared, she had such a love of life and respect for every individual she encountered. My deepest sympathies to all of you.
Dear Prem, Raj, and families, I am very sorry to read of your Mother's passing. Reading her story confirms that she was a remarkable woman and, I am sure, admired and respected by many. My thoughts are with you all.
Raj, Prem, and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I know how much your mother meant to you. My heart goes out to you, and so do my thoughts and prayers. If you need anything, please don't hesitate to let me know. Again, my deepest sympathy.
I had to smile when I opened the local newspaper tonight. Even though I was viewing the obituaries, that beautiful face and smile that I remembered for years was on the page. As a young girl, and a receptionist at the Arnot Ogden Medical Center Xray Dept., Terry would come to my department to pick up Xrays on the next case she would be involved in in the OR that day. She ALWAYS had a smile, ALWAYS was professional, and ALWAYS treated everyone...no matter your position or status....with respect. I admired her alot, and she never knew this, but she was a mentor to me, from a distance.
Today, as a nurse myself in our local pediatric office, I often refer patients to a surgeon, Dr. Raj Gulati. My patients' parents come back to tell me of this wonderful young surgeon, who treats them with the same respect......and who I never realized, until now, was the son of the woman I had admired all those years. I only hope I am half the nurse....and, more importantly,....the person...your mother is. I am so sorry for your loss. Terry DeMember, Southern Tier Pediatrics
To my friends - Suresh, Raj, Prem, and Sonya ....My heart goes out to you and your families. Terry was an inspiration for me and I will never forget her. She spent her life serving others and I am so very thankful that I have known her. So glad I had the chance to see my dear and longtime friend every week and would not have had it any other way.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you -
Bonnie and Denny Barnes
I am so sorry for your loss.
Dr. Gulati, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Suresh and family, our condolences on your loss.
Dear Dr. Gulati and family,
We are so sorry for the loss of this wonderful woman . May you find joy and peace in the memories you hold so near during this painful time.
Mindy E. and Steven Salsburg, MD