Dear John, We were so sorry to hear of Terry's passing. This is being written from a fogbound Coryell Island, and my thoughts are of you and Terry coming ashore after a trip to Hessel! It was always a pleasure to visit with you two, and I realize that there are years and years of family memories that will be replayed in your heart and mind. Peace. Valerie & Lynn Wolters
Terry was my elementary school teach at Cardinal High School for my 3rd grade year. She has always been my FAVORITE teacher and my heart is so heavy to have come upon the notice of her passing.
She will always be forever in my heart!
No words do justice to the way we felt when we heard that Terry had succumbed to cancer. Only the week before, she cheered ME up when I called her in the hospital. She always had such a positive attitude – a special talent for geniality. That seems to be a difficult virtue to describe, since it is so natural in its presence that you don't find it remarkable until it is gone.
She will be greatly missed.
TERRY WAS A VERY SPECIAL PERSON MARRIED TO MY COUSIN JOHN SO SHE WAS MY COUSIN TOO.SHE SEEMED TO ALWAYS ORGANIZE OUR FAMILY REUNION AND WHEN WE WERE UP NORTH ALWAYS INVITED ALL OF US TO A GREAT DINNER AT THEIR PLACE. MY COUSIN JOHN AND TERRY ALSO HAVE A WONDERFUL FAMILY SHE GOT TO SHARE GOOD TIMES WITH.AND WITH HER GRANDCHILDREN TOO. TAKE CARE COUSIN JOHN LOVE YA, COUSIN SUE LEE TARWATER
Dear John, I am so sorry that I didn't
connect" when I read Terry's death in the Plain Dealer. I most surely would have been present for her services. I an sorry that after not seeing her for so many years, and now recently reconnected. She was a good sport to put with my "indecision" regarding GCRT various functions. She was a special lady/ Fondly, Jean Strojan