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July 21, 2018

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November 11, 2017
I had Dr. Fred Terry as my professor back in 1980 at CBU. His classes and his gentle manner combined with his patient for teaching made him and his classes some of my greatest memory of CBU. I have always bragged about how honored I was to have the privilege of taking his class during my BSEE at CBU. He was truly a great person. I will treasure the honor of having him as my professor forever. I am sure there are many people who will miss Dr. Fred Treey.

Mortaza Zainaleain
October 11, 2017
September 17, 2017
In reading the obituary and the condolences, I find myself thinking " Fred was all that and more:"

Very intelligent, fair, kind, patient and tolerant. He had a certain intuitiveness---an ability to "see between the slats," which allowed him to help those, who might have been passed over by other well-intentioned people.

He was passionate about things that matter, and encouraged the "right stuff" in everyone.

Mostly, though, he was easy to be around, and gave of himself freely.

I suspect that currently he is viewing some amazing engineering, and enjoying every eternal second of it.

Wonder if they let him wear bow ties and loud sox there?

Many thanks, Fred, for making good memories for your friends and loved one, and for being a heckuva good guy.
September 15, 2017
Fred was such a good man in so many ways. A peaceful, loving person, A doting father and a faithful husband. He will be missed by all. Condolences especially to his family and all who knew him.