Terry Brother of Eagle (1947 - 2011)

  • "You are my eternal light my love"
    - kate lynch
  • "To the love of my entire life. Our years of searching for..."
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  • "Terry was such a talented person and touched so many lives...."
    - Bob & Lori Shultz
  • "I find myself missing Terry Brother Of Eagle most everyday...."
    - Cathy Miller
  • "We met briefly at Wallowa,Or in July 2011. We hit it off..."
    - Carl Girven

Terry Brother of Eagle's pain was ended on Sept. 25, 2011.
He was born Terry Francis Broscoe to Ivy Stine and George Broscoe on Aug. 18, 1947 in Frederick, Md. His sister, Georgian McDaniel resides in Parachute, Colo. with her family; and to Kate, his only love.
He served in the Air Force during the Vietnam War and the Pueblo Incident in Korea.
With honorable discharge in 1972 as a Sergeant, Terry lived part of his life on the east coast and worked various jobs and acquired numerous skills.
Terry danced on the Dick Clark show, built an airplane and was a race car mechanic, to name a few of his accomplishments. He always did everything 100 percent.
In 1994, he moved to Montana and became a Mountain Man for a short time, connecting with Mother Earth and all that she had to offer. While working in Bozeman, he had his calling as a Healing Shaman. Terry wrote two books, "The Calling of a Shaman and His Visions," and "The Continuing Story" (lulu.com).
He met his good friend Arnie Bowers, who at that time, worked as a registrar at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital. Terry became part of her family and shared his healing abilities with her and numerous friends that he would share in both of his books.
Terry had another family in the radius of his neighborhood. His good friend, Terry Melson from Maryland, who brought Terry to Montana; Todd Wofford, his hunting buddy, who spread his ashes where Terry wished to be; Bob and Lori Shultz, landlords for 14 years; and Bruce and Lorretta Dunning, who shared the Redtail hawk in their backyard.
Becoming an Elder at the Tamkaliks celebration descendants of the Nez Perce, Terry was a special person and he knew he had a calling that many didn't understand, but for those of us that did, we will all miss those long stories Terry shared with us.
As Terry said in his last book, "You might see him circling overhead with his brothers, playing in the air currents."
Osiyo TBOE.
Donations may be made in his honor, care of Beulah Wynans, Wallowa Band Nez Perce, P.O. Box 15, Wallowa, OR 97885. wallowanezperce.org.
Published in Bozeman Daily Chronicle on Dec. 25, 2011
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