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    More sad news

    Susie just called, Terry Leonard passed last night,

    Probable arraignments Bristol, Tn Weaver Funeral Home, service Friday night 8 pm.


    .may not be in the newspaper.

    .
    Last edited by JerrySharrett; 11-29-2019 at 07:10 PM.

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    Very sad news.

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    Very sad to hear. I didnít know he was Iíll. Very nice man.

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    Sorry to hear this. A talented and all around nice guy.

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    I'm saddened to hear that news. I was thinking about him last night.

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    Sad news

    Shot next to Terry at a couple shoots, great guy and incredible talent

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    Keith Hansley called me earlier and let me know. Terry was a great shooter and friend and will be missed.
    Steve

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    My goodness,
    Ive been missing him all year. I hate to hear this.

    Thank you Jerry for introducing me to Terry
    I enjoyed his friendship
    Last edited by Tim Singleton; 11-26-2019 at 09:48 PM.

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    Keith Hansley called me to inform me of Terry's passing.
    Terry was a great person, always very friendly , helpful,, and a great stockmaker. He will surely be missed.
    Prayers for his family.

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    It is very sad!
    I was told when he retired, he removed his suit and tie and burned them. He put on his work clothes never to see a suit again. Don't know it was true, but it is a good story.

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    Whenever I talked to Jeff Summers I would ask if he had talked to Terry and get an update on his condition. I also asked that he tell Terry I said hi, we loaded next to each other a number of times and had great talks. I will miss him as I'm sure many others will as well. RIP Terry.

    Dans Honert

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    I met Terry several times back when Mickey Coleman was having Matches in Alabama at Rachelís Glenn.

    Extremely talented craftsman and a great competitor.

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    We are surely diminished. Terry was a quiet artisan and very nice man. He will be missed.

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    RIP Terry

    The man was a great craftsman and built a pile of very nice stocks.

    I was fortunate to take a tour of his shop a couple of years ago. Jerry and Jim took me out and we met Terry at his shop. The road started off paved then at the end was a cowpath. Had to drive around a tree.....He had a nice shop and it sure was well equipped. Spent a couple of days in the area with a couple of good guides.

    When guys like Terry pass it is more than likely no one will step up to the plate to fill their shoes.

    Later
    Dave

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