Terrill D. Albright
Prominent Indianapolis attorney Terrill D. Albright passed away Sunday. As it usually was on a Sunday afternoon, the Colts game was on TV as he passed quietly and peacefully to be with Judy, the love of his life and wonderful bride of 46 years. They are together again at last. Mr. Albright was born in Frankfort, IN on June 23, 1938 of parents Georgia P. and David H. Albright.
He was a graduate of the Michael S. Maurer School of Law at Indiana University (JD, 1965) and a long-time partner at Baker & Daniels, where he worked until his retirement in 2010. Mr. Albright served as president of the Indiana State Bar Association in 1993-1994 and on the National Association of Bar Presidents through 1995; as president of the Jordan YMCA Board of Directors in 1981-1982; was a member of the American College of Commercial Arbitrators, the American Arbitrators Association, the American College of Trial Lawyers, and a proud alumnus of Indiana University, BA 1960. He was also a member of the Indiana University Academy of Law Alumni Fellows, a lifetime member of the Indiana University Alumni Association and Well House Society. Mr. Albright was recognized frequently for his contributions to the field of alternative dispute resolution, and co-founded "Project Peace" within IPS schools in the 1990's.
Mr. Albright is survived by his two children, Rob, Indianapolis, IN and Betsy, Durham, NC; his daughter-in-law, Maggie; three grandchildren, Ben, Jack, and Daniel, and his brother, Mike of Detroit, MI.
Guests may call on Monday, October 14th from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Leppert Mortuary & Crematory Nora Chapel , 740 E. 86th St., Indianapolis, IN 46240. A celebration of his life will be held at the same address on Tuesday, October 15th at 10:30 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to The Terry Albright Scholarship Fund at the Indiana State Bar Association Leadership Academy. Checks can be sent to the Indiana Bar Foundation; 615 N. Alabama St., # 122; Indianapolis, IN 46204. Please reference the "Terry Albright Scholarship Fund." You may also give online at http://www.inbf.org and click the gold box at the top of the page, referencing the Terry Albright scholarship Fund. Donors may also give to the Indianapolis Bar Foundation in his name at /http://www.indybar.org/about/bar-foundation/. You may also sign the guestbook, leave an online condolence or make a contribution by visiting: