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December 04, 2016

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June 4, 2016
Miss you brother. ! Marianne
February 23, 2016
Terry:

I understand that you have passed over to the other side. I very much regret that I can't be there to help send you off int the style you richly deserve. Terry, I have very fond memories of the first decade of our lives growing up together in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. One of the sadder days of my life was the day I learned that your family was moving to Phoenix. That, however, did not diminish our bond which was further strengthened by the six weeks we spent together with aunt Irene and uncle Van at the army base in Fort Riley, Kansas. As anyone can imagine, giving two, ten and eleven year old, Irish rascals free run of a large army base was a recipe for trouble. So much so that when we were called before the base provost marshal, he stated that we both would be in jail before we were eighteen. Terry, if you encounter that provost marshal up there, be sure to tell him that you became a prominent, high;y respected attorney in Phoenix and that your cousin Micky became a professor of theoretical physics, without either of us doing jail time. Also, Terry, if you run into "Fatso" up there, stay away from him until I get up there to cover your back. Terry, at this moment I am in Ohio giving you a standing ovation for a life well lived and I invite those in attendance to join me in doing the same. Kudos my friend, kudos. God bless you always.
Your cousin,
Mike "Micky" O'Hare
February 22, 2016
My thoughts and prayers are with Terry's family. I can remember many dinners around the Beale's table when Terry was the life of the story. Tara and Erin may the joy you had with your dad help you through this difficult time. May your memories be with you a life time because he will be.
Betty O'Melia
February 22, 2016
In 1968, when I was 8 years old, I was a car nut and was infatuated with muscle cars.
Terry, a friend of the family at the time, had just purchased a new, bright yellow, 1968 Corvette hardtop. Unknowingly, my older sister asked Terry to give me the ride of my life. He showed up at our family home on 3rd Ave and scooped me up for a prearranged thrill ride. I got in and he promptly drove to I-17. He began to show me what kind of performance we were dealing with. After an hour, we returned to the house and I was beside myself with exhilaration. Needless to say, it had a huge impression on me and I will never forget his generosity and the time he took to give a kid a thrill. R.I.P.

Johnny Jarvis
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