Terence Dean HENSON

Out-Of-State, Virginia

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Terry was one of my best friends back at Northside. Unfortunately I didn't get to see a lot of Terry after high school, maybe a reunion or two, but I always tried to keep track on how he was doing. He was one of the most genuine people I ever knew. I was sorry to hear of his passing. Brad Smallwood

To the Henson Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I have read some other entries and Terry was truly full of life and a very generous person. He has been a life long friend ever since Burlington Elementary when Terry, Wayne Gaabo, and I were thrust together due to the alphabetical seating arrangement at that time in Sept 1956. The three of us have been fortunate to stay in touch and see each other all these many years. I will too miss that smile and laugh of his, but I do have a lot of...

So sorry for your loss, I have been friends with David (Joyce)& Deana for years, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers in this time of sorrow.

To Terry's family...
We got to know Terry through Phil and Jennifer Yates...and how fortunate we were to share many family events with Terry. He was such a gracious man. Our deepest sympathy to all his family.

David, Joyce, and family,
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. We pray God will bless you with the comfort, peace, and strength that only He can. Our deepest sympathy...
Butch Trena (Turner), & Brennan Lewis

The class of '68 has lost one of our finest members.I was proud to call Terry a friend and will miss his smile and his sense of humor. To all of his family I extend my deepest sympathy.

So sorry to hear about this Terry was an outstanding friend - he was also a outstanding person and athletic at Northside High and made so many people smile. Our prayers go out to the family

Mrs. Henson, I know you must have been so proud of your son. Terry was one of the kindest, most gentle men we have ever known. I am Philip's Mom, and we shared many occasions together...weddings, picnics, beach times, even a baby shower! Parker thought the world of Poppy. Terry always had that infectious smile that brightened everyone's day. We'll never forget him...we are so sorry for the life that Terry missed,...he didn't deserve that disease, but we are relieved thatt Terry is at...

Terry never knew me; I was a lowly freshman at Northside who transferred after that year. When I saw his photo in the paper, however, I saw the same smile that was so evident as a teenager. He was nice to everybody. Of course we never had a class together, but that smile made me less nervous around "big, bad upperclassmen!" I'm sure his family and friends will miss him. Cheryl Sykes Gilliland


Terence's Obituary

Terence HENSON passed away in Out-Of-State, Virginia. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on September 1, 2013.