In Memory

Terry Cordell - Class Of 1964

Terry Cordell

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10/11/11 10:49 PM #1    

Chip Liner (1967)

Terry had already graduated from CHS by the time I got there.  However, I got to know Terry about 7 years ago.  He assigned umpires for my high school softball games when I coached at David Brainerd and Silverdale.  Terry was a good friend to many many people.  He always wanted to help someone.  Your friends miss you.

09/12/12 11:16 AM #2    

Bill Dye (1965)

 Growing up in St. Elmo, we spent much time together even though he was a year older.  He was the most fun and was at my brother's funeral and my parents funerals and always supporting his friends.  I know his family and many friends miss him.  I know I do.

02/08/14 10:36 PM #3    

Brenda Floyd (Underwood) (1969)

Terry I was so surprised to hear of your passing.  We had only recently gotten re-aquainted and I was so glad we had that time to catch up on our families and all the years since we had seen each other back in '67 & '68.  You had served with my brother Lonnie Floyd while stationed I think at Ft. Sill, OK in the Army.  Lonnie went to Vietnam and I'm not sure if you did or not.  I do know that you loved your family deeply and they were your pride and joy.  I feel blessed we were able to see each other and talk those brief times before you died so suddenly.  You were a good man.  I can only imagine Heaven now with you, Robin Long, Lonnie Floyd, Mike Long and all of our friends and family who have gone ahead of us.  May you always rest in peace.


Brenda Floyd Underwood

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