My heart truly breaks for his family and his parents. I knew him when he was a young boy living outside of Washington DC. Because his family had been such a comfort to me in those days, I often stopped and pictured in my mind what would happen especially for that straight, dutiful young man of twelve, so sweet. I knew only great things would happen for him. My love and deepest sympathy go out to his parents, Estell and Diane. Over the passing years, I would always keep track, as best I could, of the members of that memorable family. When I reached out this time, I discovered that this painful event had taken place and one part of my own heart broke because I could not meet the man the boy became once again. May God bless you all and have you know that Terry is with you always.
I served with CW5 Terry Brewer about 10-12 years ago in the 1st CAV. He was a first rate professional aviator and a superior instructor pilot. My condolences to his family for a tremendous loss.
Carl Preciado-Johnson NSDQ
I had the privilege of flying with a man of excellence and serving with a man of honor. I regret that I did not know him better. My best wishes to his family.
Terry was the epitome of the professional Aviator and Soldier. I am honored to have served with him and flown with him in combat, and know that his efforts to train our aircrews have saved countless lives. My heartfelt condolences to his family and prayers for Terry and his family.
My prayers go out to his wife and family. I served proudly with Terry with the 1ACB at Hood. I will miss him deeply but remember him fondly. Eternal rest grant unto him O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul rest in peace.