I had a lot of fun with Terry and Linda over the years. Terry had the best tennis serve I have ever seen. He would throw the ball up just a little and swat it like you would swat a fly. He was extremely strong and coordinated and most often the ball would pass inches above the net and hit the court so hard that sometimes it didn't bounce, it skidded. Fortunately he was a gracious winner.
Many students looked forward to your loved one's class at Provine. He was a teacher that did make a difference in many lives he was in contact with at Provine. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Rhonda Woolley Weeks
Class of 1972
I was blessed to have had Terry for History at Provine. The things I remember is that he cared for his students,wanted them to learn and was always happy. Big A touched so many lives in so many ways and will continue to help those he was around. May God Bless and Confort your family in this time but remember we will see his smiling face again some day.
Class of 74
I knew Mr. Terry He was a very good teacher. I remeber most id how he always had a good tennis team. From Levi Doty class of 77.
WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER COACH'S HISTORY CLASS. BETWEEN HIS WONDERFUL TEACHING AND MY CLASSMATES, IT WAS AN UNFORGETTABLE YEAR. MY PRAYERS ARE WITH HIS ENTIRE FAMILY.
Mr. A was a teacher of both wife and myself. We were in the class of Provine '76. He also taught at H.C.C. and gave Brenda some much needed encouragement as she started her journey to get her Dr. degree. We both are better people for having had Terry as a teacher and friend. He was such a blessing. We pray your famity will be comforted by the love of the Lord.
Hello my name is Dewayne "Moosey" Woodard class of 82. My condolences to the family of Mr.A. May God bless you during this time
I didn't have the privilege of having Mr. A in class, but he was OUR class sponsor, class of '71. From our Class Capers skits to NHS trips to the Big Easy with him and BP Williams, we kinda grew up together. He was young, funny, and a heck of a good tennis player. May God bring peace to all who knew and loved him.
Remembering the last time we saw and chatted with Terry at Camp Withers. Fritz always enjoyed seeing him again.
We send our sympathy to the whole family.
Sincerely Fred and Mary Whitehurst
Coach Aeschliman's encouragement and support of students was ever present. Without his encouragement, I would not have won third in the nation for an essay on the most significant event in american history. He and my family had a great trip to Six Flags over Texas. I don't think I have ever met another teacher who showed so much support for his students. I am sorry for your loss and may God comfort you during this difficult time.
My deep condolences to the Aeschliman family. Terry was such an inspiration to me during my years at Provine High School. He was so proud when I won 3rd in the nation for my essay and took a trip with me and my parents to Six Flags. His support and encouragement to his students was ever present.
Please accept my sincere sympathy. I will always remember Mr. A with fondness and admiration. His class was a favorite of mine, as were the Jr Historical Society trips to New Orleans. May you be comforted in knowing that he made a difference in so many young lives. It is obvious that he was called to his profession.
My condolences to Amy and the rest of the Aeschliman family, Your dad was always so awesome during our "Girl" spend the night parties !!! We were not so quiet and he never complained. He's a great man and father. May god bless you and keep you at peace during this hard time. In christ, Marla Meador Williams
I didn't know Terry very long or see him very often, but I loved being around him! What a wonderful sense of humor and that smile when he was being ornery! The thoughts left by his students attest to the kind of man he was. My prayers are with all of you as you go thru this sad times. He will be missed.
To the Aeschliman, I was a student nat Provine High School nin the 80's.
Mr. Aeschliman wasn't my teacher, but i remember him. My prayers goes out to his family and friends. My God bless you all. Anetha Richardson-Brown
Hi, My name is Cindy Isbell Huerkamp. Coach Aeschliman was a teacher of mine at Provine in the late 70's. Great guy, great teacher. My condolences to all the family
My condolences to the Aeschliman family. I remember Mr. Aeschliman as one of the good guys in school.I had him my senior year and enjoyed his class. I've seen him on occasion over the years and he was always nice and jolly whenever we spoke. John Brady
I was so sad to hear of Terry's death. I have so many good memories from the good old days - parties we thought were wild, his VT'ing at family events, like my Mom & Dad's golden wedding anniversary, the only HS reunion I attended, and on and on. I think Terry came to Clinton for one of my Dad's many birthday celebrations at Cross Gates. He was always such a humorous breath of fresh air and I'm so sorry he is no longer with you and our family. Please know you are in my thoughts as you manage all that is going on around you. I wish you and all those who loved Terry the best!
I had Mr. Aeschliman for history in the 70's at Provine he truley was one of my favorite's I always loved to see him laugh at some of the things we all would think about he was one of the best my love and prayers go to you all Virginia Wallace Robinson Provine
Mr. A taught me way back in the early 70's and he was the kind of teacher that you remember. I remember him as a good story teller, a funny man made learning fun. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sharon Macris Scifres Provine Class 1973
Hi my name is Francette from Provine i didn't have the pleasure of being his student but i do remember him and i am so sorry for your loss
Mr. Aeschliman was my teacher the summer of '70. I had decided to graduate from Provine early. He was always happy! His good attitude was a great thing at that time.
I saw him a couple of years ago and he was still the same happy guy! He will certainly be missed by many. God Bless his loved ones.
To The Aeschliman Family:
May the confort of God help you during this difficult time.
Callaway High School
My condolences to the Aeschliman family. I remember Mr. Aeschliman as I was a student at Provine High School in the 80s when he taught there. I wasn't one of his students, but I remember him because he was a nice person and the tennis coach. I'm sure you will miss him.
Linda, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. May God Bless You and your family during this difficult time.
I'm Seth Jones, Mr. Terry taught me history and the events were "videos"
coming from his mouth, so you know I was there....
He could more than make a story come alive...'bet living around him and with him was aw-some! God comfort ya'll thru' this
Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.