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December 16, 2014
I didn't know sooner...my deepest sympathy to Terry's daughter and to Jerry. Although time always seperated us, it was always nice to talk to him at least once a year to catch up. We had many wonderful adventures. I loved him very much! I will talk to you Terry on each starry night...rest well! Anita
August 11, 2014
For a time in my early art developing years in Indy, I had the great fortune to meet Terry Steadham and George Sears: two of the kindest souls I've ever met. We three ran together, drew together, laughed together, complained and at times cried together. I marveled at George's cartoons but Terry was my art mentor. I used to always ask Terry why he put squiggles in his illustrations or paintings and he would always say "because they belong there". It took me a long time to understand what he meant. Now when asked the same question about my art...well you know how I answer.

Among many things, Terry taught me to have a reverence for my artwork. Anyone who saw Terry handling his art knows what I'm talking about. To Terry, his art was not just something on a scrap of paper, illustration board or canvas but something precious on a scrap of paper, illustration board or canvas. Like him, his art was precious and it's no wonder he got called up to the Bigs - New York, early on. They saw in him what we all saw.

A lot of what Terry taught me about valuing my art, I now pass on to my students here in Canada and I thank him for that. I will only miss seeing him but I will not miss Terry because he is a big part of me.

With love and respect,

Clarence Porter
July 15, 2014
I knew Terry in NYC in the 80's. We trained together for the NY Marathon for 4 or 5 years. We both resided on the Bowery and made the most of the life there. A tedious man, he brought out the intricacies of doing things correctly. A trait of his I will embrace infinitely.
good work my friend.
Steve McCallum
May 13, 2014
Terry was the kindest, sweetest guy around in high school...always a gentleman. I still have some works he gave me then. He will be missed.
May 13, 2014
Terry was the kindest, sweetest guy around in high school...always a gentleman. I still have some works he gave me then. He will be missed.

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