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posted by Lori Thornton at
I think my heart is breaking...Terry was my mentor on blogging.He taught me so much.
By Dorene from Ohio, at 3:36 PM
I second Dorene's sentiment.Terry brought me out of my little blogging corner into the wide open spaces of the cemetery, genealogy and history blogging community. I soaked up every email conversation we had.I will now treasure them even more.
By S. Lincecum, at 4:50 PM
Oh, my.My deepest condolences to his family and friends.Peace,"Guided by the Ancestors"
By George Geder, at 4:53 PM
Terry will be greatly missed. Prayers and condolences.
By Cheryle Hoover Davis, at 5:01 PM
Deepest sympathy to Terry's family and friends. Terry made a tremendous mark in the genealogy blogging world and will be sorely missed.
By Family Curator, at 6:54 PM
Such sad news. My sympathies to you and your family. Terry will be missed... by me, and many others.
By Elizabeth O'Neal, at 7:40 PM
By Elizabeth O'Neal, at 7:41 PM
Terry was one of the first to encourage me, and his writing was an outstanding model for us all.
By Greta Koehl, at 9:19 PM
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