Terry Glenn Mahuron

Walnut Creek, California

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I worked for Terry in 1992 til 1994 in the purchasing department. I had fond memories of him and his entire staff. My sincerest condolences to his family may he always be remembered.


This message is a bit late, but I want to add it anyway. To the Mahuron family, my deepest condolences. Terry was my boss at Serra Corporation in Nevada City. He employed a lot of people, which helped support our community for so many years. I am saddened to hear of his passing. I know he is missed.

Terry was a customer of mine from '87-'93. I really enjoyed calling on him with his office in the Serra lobby back then. He was brilliant, humble, fair and had the highest integrity. He gave me great advice which I still apply to my business today. My condolences to his family on the passing of a great man.

Terry was my classmate in Greensburg,In. He will be missed by one and all. Our sorrow to all his family. Ruth Moir McKell

Terry was our son's basket ball coach for three years. Terry was a loving father, a devoted husband, and the best mentor our young teenager son could have had. Not only did he teach the boys the skills to perform in the game, he inculcated confidence and leadership, and taught valuable life lessons by his own example of selflessness, hard work and caring. Terry's passing is a loss to all of us in the neighborhood and community. He was respected and admired by all of us in our family. Coach...

We were one of the many families whose lives were so positively touched by Terry's baseball coaching. He generously gave his time and knowledge to those kids, helping them develop skills and confidence they would carry with them for life. Each of his athletes gained from being on Coach Terry's team because he genuinely wanted them to reach their full potential. He was a great husband to Martha, a great father to Kelly, Kerry, and Ryan, and a great coach to so many kids. He led a great life...

We will miss Terry's gentle, yet passionate spirit...the example he demonstrated as a husband, father, friend and business man. I will personally miss Terry for our conversations on bridge, raising children, politics and the global financial world! I am blessed to have known Terry. I am saddened by the Mahuron family lost. It is well that we will be able to continue sharing when we meet again in heaven.

A person is judged best by viewing those who he affected and influenced the most. In almost all cases, that would be one's family. When you look at the Mahuron family, you see the quiet dignity and true American values such as selflessness, humility and devotion to family and community that make this country great. He was and always will be a role model to me.

I have been an employee for Terry's company since 1981 when the company was only 3 years old and I was an inexperienced 22 year old. During the next 32 years, he shared his wisdom and experiences. He gave me opportunities that very few enjoy in a career. I started as a shop floor machine operator until I became his "right hand man". Along the way he taught me everything he knew in business. He was also a friend whenever I needed it. He never forgot those who helped him build his...


Terry's Obituary

Terry Glenn MahuronDec. 19, 1941 - Nov. 6. 2013Resident of FremontTerry Mahuron, prominent Fremont businessman and devoted husband and father, died suddenly on November 6, 2013 from a heart attack. He is survived by his wife of 29 years and their three children.Terry was born in the small farm...

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