Kristina and I were devastated to hear the terrible news of Terry's passing.
As good friends at business school and afterwards living across the street from one another in New York City, where she came to take "Paul's job", being with Terry was always joyful. Whether tailgating at West Point or Purdue, watching "The Magic Flute" in Swedish with German sub-titles on T.V. in a Viennese hotel room with Skip, or going to see Handel's "Messiah" at Carnegie Hall, Terry's joie de vivre made being with her both fun and fulfilling.
Terry was blessed with great intelligence, wit, humor, and warmth. She was one of the few truly "good eggs" in this life; I, for one, will sorely miss her.
Kristina and I want Allan, Cara, Chandler, and Terry's parents to know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. If we can help in any way, please, let us know.