Photo courtesy of Roanoke Chapel

Terry Wayne Brenner

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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doggy was 1 of a kind....he often challenged my view of the world and taught me 2 apprec8 things and ideas that i would hav overlooked...he never failed 2 make me smile and i will miss him...with much mpathy,

Msu ZBT brother. A hell of a guy. He will be missed

Terry was a great fraternity brother. Never said a bad word about anybody. Great personality. Lots of fun. A real gentleman. We all loved him.
Allen Klein

Dear Laura, I was very sorry to hear of Terry's passing. We were friends and fraternity brothers back at MSU. That was a long time ago and yet to me it seems like just yesterday. They were terrific years. We had such good times together. Your husband was respected and loved by all of his ZBT brothers. He will be remembered and missed by all of us. It would have been really nice if I could have gotten to know you and your children over the years as I'm sure that you all are wonderful --- just...

So sorry to hear of Terry's home going. I so enjoyed getting to know him at Jefferson High School.

It saddens my heart to hear that Terry has been taken by the Lord. While I was working at Cycle Systems he was always good to put a smile on my face, whether it was by a silly joke or him calling me by the "pet" name "Christopher" that he gave me. He was Good man with a GREAT sense of humor. Prayers sent out to the Brenner family.
Much Love
Cris Good

So sorry to hear of your loss, Ellen. Thoughts and prayers to you and your family.

While working for Cycle Systems, I had the absolute pleasure of sitting right outside of Terry's office. He kept me in stitches. He was a role model for anyone who believed in hard work and dedication. He will be missed by many!

Laura and family I am very sorry to hear about Terry's death. I worked for him for 30. yrs. and looked up to him .He will be missed. Don Miller


Terry's Obituaries

Terry Wayne BrennerBorn - July 16, 1941Deceased - May 4, 2013Terry Wayne Brenner, 71, of Roanoke, passed away on Saturday, May 4, 2013, with his wife of 44 years, Laura Lockridge Brenner, at his side. Terry was born to the late Udell and Eva Brenner on July 16, 1941, in Roanoke, VA. Terry...

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