Terry Barr is the kind of gentleman that none of us can or will ever forget. I went to school with Terry for 12 years all through Congress and Central High. He was an inspiration us then, and has continued to be in the years since. - Warren Hecker, 1953.
To Hanna and family,
I still feel bad about that football I kicked around in front of your house near Garfield park.(your son will remember).
Son of Frank and Barb Kilgore
2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4 The God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation.
Terry will always be in our hearts.
At Central highschool Terry was my big brother. He once told me that he wanted me to break all his records in track, and I did, all except one. When I was a Senior, He returned to see a basketball game, and told me he was only kidding. Terry will always be a big brother, not just to me, but to all the young guys at Central who wanted to be like him. Never forgotten! Especially for Hanna
Football has lost a great player. I hope God provides your family with the comfort needed during this time of sadness.
Sorry to read of the loss of your dear Terry, May the many memories of your life with Terry bring comfort and joy to you all. May the love of God comfort and sustain you now and in days ahead.
Terry Barr came to Fenton High School in 1960 to participate in a charity basketball game. He was the fastest runner down court that I have ever seen. RIP Mr. Barr. Greg Soltysiak, Florida
I am sorry to hear of your loss. I worked at Libralter Plastics, Inc. Terry was a fine person and a great boss. I also worked with Alan. My prayers are with you at this time
I am sorry to hear of the loss of a fine person. I knew Terry when he was with Libralter Plastics, Inc. I also worked with his sons Alan and Brian during that same time. My condolences to Terry's family.
My sorry can not be expressed. I hope and pray one day that a cure for this horrible disease is found.
Shelley, please know you have been in my thoughts these past few days. I have the fondest memories of you and Terry dating back in Ann Arbor. You and Terry were so in love as observed by your Kappa sisters on the front porch of the KKG house on Hill Street. You and Terry were such great role models.
Peace to you and your family. Loyally, Judy Campbell Spindle Frey
Thank you for all the fine memories from a time when Lion football was top notch. May God welcome you and let you play catch with Bobby Layne. Please watch over your family from Heaven.
When the death of a loved occurs, no one is ever prepared for the overwhelming feelings of despair that can result from the loss. At 2 Corinthians 1:3,4, it states that God is the Father of tender mercies and he is the God of all comfort who comforts us in all our tribulation.
With deepest sympathy to your family, please take comfort in knowing that God feels compassion for what you are experiencing and through prayer share with God your feelings and He will give you what you need to cope with the pain that death brings.
Deepest condolences to Shelley and the family on the loss of Terry, who always had a warm smile for everyone. I enjoyed competing with him back in our HS and College days.
I remember in our neighborhood football games as boys somebody was always pretending to be Terry Barr. Great player. Condolences to all his family and frinds.
So sorry to hear of Terrys passing, my sincere blessings to his Family.I went to Central High School with Terry and Pat.He was a great guy and a true Gentleman.
To the family of Terry Barr. Please except our deepest sympathy on your loss. Terry and I were team mates at the UofM. He was a great athletic as well a a great person. Our prayers will be with your family.
Mike Rotunno Uof M class of 57
My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family,God promise he will wipe out every tear from our eyes,and death will be no more,neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.The former things have passed away.
I remember watching Terry play for the Lions. My sympathy to his family.
To Terry's family. so sorry to hear.
I am sorry for your loss,may the God of all comfort and tender mercies be with you in you time of grief.2corinthians 1:3,4
Celebrating a life well lived. May God give you the strength you need to get through each day
To the family of Terry Barr. I am so sorry to hear about your loss. I hope you can find comfort in the Bible. At Isaiah chapter 33 verse 24 there it says no resident will say "I am sick." Please take the time to read that verse.