Jennings Franklin Worley III
In memory of Jennings Franklin Worley III.
Published by San Diego Union-Tribune on Dec. 4, 2021.
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Hello Terry, my condolences to you and the family. The Worley family welcomed me to Maryland when I moved to Forestville in 1971. Jennings became friends instantly. We played football and ran track at Largo High School. Worley was a great person and a excellent friend. I have been hoping to connect with him for for several years, sadly today I won't see my friend again on earth. My prayers and blessings for you and the family. I do remember that they called him "Buddy "! I will always remember my friend Jennings Worley.

Keith McIver
Classmate and friend
Keith McIver
Friend
June 3, 2021
Terry, my condolences to you and the family. The Worley family welcomed me to Maryland when I moved to Forestville in 1971. Jennings became friends instantly. We played football and ran track at Largo High School. Worley was a great person and a excellent friend. I have been hoping to connect with him for for several years, sadly today I won't see my friend again on earth. My prayers and blessings for you and the family. I do remember that they called him "Buddy "! I will always remember my friend Jennings Worley.
Keith McIver
Friend
June 3, 2021
I have been trying to find Jennings for years. He and his family welcomed me when I 1st moved to MD in 1971. We played football and track together at Largo High school. My condolences to the family. Worley was a great person and we had many good times. I think I remember his nickname "Buddy " WOW!! Keith McIver
Keith McIver
Friend
June 3, 2021
Terry, Alex & Lauren
Donna and I were shocked and saddened to learn of Jenning’s untimely passing. He was a great friend and colleague to me during my time at Vertex as we spent a lot of time with each other between San Diego and Boston. We fondly remember you hosting us for dinner at your home and glad we shared that time together. He was a wonderful person and a great drug discoverer. He will be missed.
Dave Green
Friend
March 18, 2021
I met Jennings when he joined the faculty at West Virginia University, and we spent many hours battling one another on the racquetball court. His intensity was never more evident when we were on the court together. At the end of our sessions, we were both spent, but satisfied that we both gave our best. It was a sad day when he and Terry left WVU and Morgantown. My sincere sympathy to Terry and the family at the loss of this remarkable man.
Mark J. Reasor
December 15, 2020
Knew him at West Virginia University. A bright, excellent scientist, great fun to be around. Godspeed Jennings!
Jeffrey Fedan
Coworker
December 11, 2020
I met Jennings two years ago and his passing is heartbreaking. I wish the family my deepest condolences.
Aravind Basavapathruni
Coworker
December 8, 2020
Terry, I'm so sorry to hear about Jennings. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Kathy McKinney
December 7, 2020
I was so saddened to learn of this over the weekend. Jennings was a great man I had the pleasure to work with at Vertex for a few years. He was always very enthusiastic and engaged, and he smiled and laughed a heck of a lot. His innovative research in CF improved the lives of tens of thousands of CF patients and their families.

I lost my brother in a very similar accident some years ago so this conjures up very painful memories for me. Words can not expressed how heartbreaking this is. My thoughts and condolences go out to the Jennings family. I know too well what you are going through now.
Sam Sperry
Coworker
December 7, 2020
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