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Terry Wayne
1949 - 2017
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Condolence From: Bobby Thomason
Condolence: Karen, Kenneth, and all of family. So very sorry for your loss. I pray the Lord will give you comfort in the knowledge that some day we'll all be together again, disease free, no pain, sadness, or worries. I remember the fun times we had together sharing meals together after services on Sundays . Looking forward to those fun times again. God bless you all.
Friday November 10, 2017
Condolence From: Christine Schwitzerlett
Condolence: Sorry for your loss
Terry was a nice man that had a terrible diseases
I know because I loss my husband to it
Thursday November 09, 2017
Condolence From: Dale & Faye Minton
Condolence: My prayers are with you at this difficult time. We have many great memories of Terry and his years at RBC, later MACU. Proud to call him friend.
Thursday November 09, 2017
Condolence From: John Maurice
Condolence: My prayers are with you all as you begin a new phase of life without someone you loved so dearly. Terry was a great teacher/preacher that made an impact for Christ. May the God of all comfort give you peace and surround you with His love.
Thursday November 09, 2017
Condolence From: Ronnie Woolard
Condolence: Karen and Kenneth,

Trish and I regret that a prior family commitment will prevent us from attending the memorial service for Terry. Our lives were intertwined with both your Mom and your Dad during our student years at RBC/MACU and we have such fond memories of the life-changing experiences during that chapter of our lives. Traveling with both of them on Master's Twelve tours would rank at the top of that list.

It is a sad irony that one of Terry's strengths on those tours was his incredible memory. Whether serving as the spokesman for the group prior to a program or delivering his lines during a program, his oral interpretation was always animated and his recall flawless. I don't know whether among your parents possessions there are any recordings of those programs or not. But it would bless your life to listen to them and recall that glimpse of Terry's life before dementia took its toll.

Having lost my mother to dementia, I recall the long painful journey and the mixed feelings upon her passing -- both sorrow and relief. I look forward to seeing both my parents and yours when the Lord provides new bodies (and minds) for all of us in the new heaven and earth.
Thursday November 09, 2017
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