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September 6, 2019
Terry was my major professor for my MS degree and was a very important mentor in my life. He pushed me in my research and made me a better economist. I am grateful for his influence in my professional life. I also always enjoyed returning to USU periodically to catch up on life. I will miss those chats.
July 17, 2019
Terry was a great colleague at USU. He and I shared the dubious distinction of having the two messiest offices on the 6th floor for years. But he could find an obscure research result in his stacks of papers in seconds. I enjoyed working with him on research projects very much. He was always inciteful and helpful. He was a good friend and I will miss him. My condolences to Barbara, his family and his friends.
John Keith
July 17, 2019
Terry was a great colleague at USU. He and I shared the notoriety of having the most cluttered offices on the 6th floor for years. But he could find an esoteric research result among the clutter almost immediately when asked. He was a dear friend. My condolences to the family.
John Keith
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