Terry was (Oh, I can't believe I'm using past tense) an unusually kind person who demonstrated a noble sense of fairness and decency. He constantly surprised me with his creative ideas, skills and talent at work. He was a good friend whose constant words of encouragement, enthusiasm and support I will always treasure.
We always had interesting conversations and found much to agree on, even if coming from different political persuasions, and never got angry with each other for our differences. I will always remember and appreciate those civilized conversations.
I am so glad the three of us got the opportunity to create some wonderful memories touring Europe together. I share your grief and send you and the entire family my warmest thoughts and condolences.
Martha Hurley (Vienna, Austria)
Dear Family and Friends of Terry. I am very sorry for your loss, I only knew Terry for a few years, and am very glad to have spent time with him. I pray for peace and comfort from the Lord to uphold you all during this difficult time. Sincerely,
Terry was an excellent friend and family man. He made all who knew him feel special and appreciated. He and Linda raised children that they were very proud of, and have done very well in their lives. Terry's children and grandchildren are just like him. they love life and the outdoors. Terry will be missed greatly.
Mrs. Cullender, we are sorry for your loss. Terry was so welcoming to all who came to the GPGC, and I know Keith and he were able to talk about difficult things, man to man.
We are so sorry that Terry is no longer with us and in a better place. Although we did not know Terry that well, we know he will be missed. Please let us know if we can help in any way with his father, Eddie. Our prayers are with your family. Bob & Jane Nicol