In Memory

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Terry Hamm

  * * * IN MEMORIAM * * *

(February 1, 1944 - April 25, 2011)

 

Terry was a dear, sweet man whose time came wa-a-y too early.  A safe journey home to Terry, as I'm sure it will be, and my heartfelt sympathies and condolences to Jerry.  I am sorry I cannot be there to express that in person to both.                         Chris Hapner

 

My condolences to Terry's family for their loss.  My wishes that they will find comfort for their loss in their love of Terry and the love of his friends and classmates.                                                                                                                         Judy Porter Adams

 

When I think of Terry, I remember playing together at Blue Ash elementary and I think of what a genuinely nice person he was..........through grade school, high school, and since we've reconnected from our last reunion and get togethers.  Terry was always upbeat, never had a bad word to say about anyone, and was always friendly.  It's so sad to think that we won't see him again....and my heart goes out to all of his family....his wife and children........and Jerry.                                                 Norma VanHook-Moore

 

Good-bye old friend.The passing of someone I have known for a lifetime is very difficult and soothed only by my prayers and the memory of the short time we had together. Good-bye and know that you will be greatly missed.                                         Phillip McGibney

 

Gentle men grow from gentle boys.  Terry was just that sort of boy.  From the fourth grade forward to 2008, when we reconnected during our 45th reunion, Terry never changed.  I recently wrote when he first became ill of remembering him in grade school in either striped polo shirts or long-sleeved, plaid flannels with the top button always buttoned and I still remember him (and Jerry as well) as two of the kindest, nicest playmates when I arrived at Blue Ash Elementary - both boys full of grace.  To look at one, you saw the other.  To know one, you knew the other.  My only regret is that I let some 45 years pass before I reconnected with them.  But reconnect we did and as a result, I feel blessed that I knew Terry once more before he left us.                                                    Bob Tharp

 

My thoughts and prayers are with Terry's family at this time of their loss, and to Jerry who stood fastby in his brother's time of need.  He is now in the arms of God.  May you rest in peace, Terry.                                                                                  Linda Fenstermacher

 

My most heartfelt sympathy to Susan, Terry's children, Jerry and extended family.  I do not know a time when I did not know Terry, he and Jerry were in my first grade class.  We rode the same school bus for years and years.  Terry was always a joy to be around, always kind respectful and gentle.  "The Lord heals the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds." - Psalm 147:3.  Praying the Lord of all mercy will comfort Terry's family.       Phyllis Keith-Holland

 

Thinking of Terry and his family on this day.  May he rest in peace.  My thoughts and prayers are with you all.                                           Susan Holzheimer-Goromboly

 

I did not know Terry very well but I pray to God to take Great care of him.  I send my condolences to his brother and family.                              Ron Carroll





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