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Terrell “Terry” Carlson

Terrell “Terry” L. Carlson of Scottsdale Arizona, 77, passed away peacefully Wednesday, November 6, 2019. Terry was born in Princeton, IL and raised on a farm. He is preceded in death by his twin daughters, Collette and Colleen, and his parents Dorothy and Lester Carlson. Terry is survived by his wife Eileen Carlson; his children Kelly, Tracy (Lori), Kevin (Kathryn); his sister Sharon Meisenheimer (Lester) and 10 beloved grandchildren. Terry attended and graduated from Bureau Township High School and Western Illinois University (where he was quite the basketball star). Terry completed his master’s degree at Missouri S&T University of Science and Technology. He worked in the I.T. industry including two years for General Motors in Austria. Terry was successful in his career and loved his work. Terry’s hobbies included: woodworking, photography, off-road riding in the White Mountains and motorcycle trips (including rides for various charities). In retirement years, Terry had the most pleasure watching the grandchildren play sports, “kicking back” at the cabin in Pinetop with friends (while listening to Willie Nelson). Family gatherings and trips will be remembered with joy by his family.

~ Rest in Peace ~

For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we shall certainly be united with him in a resurrection like his.” – Romans 6:5

17 Comments on “Terrell “Terry” Carlson

  1. Please accept my sincerest condolences. It has been an honor to serve your family.

    • Thank you for your kind help.
      I appreciate the comfort you have given me.

  2. Please accept my condolences. May your memories of Terry bring you peace. It has been an honor to serve your family.

    • Thank you for your kindness and support
      during this time for me. Your amazing and I
      had peace knowing things are in your hands.

  3. We’ll miss you every time. We ride, we’ll lift our glasses when we enjoy a Bloody Mary and say Salute. RIP good friend. Until I Put down my kickstand for the last time Adios. Larry.

  4. Remembering many good times at the cabin in Pinetop. Sorry to loose such a wonderful man. May he Rest In Peace

    • Thank you much,
      Remembering all our great times together
      brings much joy to me. Terry loved our times
      with you at the cabin.
      Talk soon

  5. Prayers and condolences during this difficult time. Wishing all peace and smiles as you remember the good times!

    • Thank you very much. We had great times
      with you both and they do bring joy
      to me. Terry enjoyed the rides and friendship.
      See you soon.

  6. To my Husband,
    You will be missed and thought of each day.
    The babies and I will see you in Paradise
    and we will share much joy.
    I love you, your wife.

  7. I am so saddened by this news Eileen. I had just looked at the wedding pictures last week. Many good memories, he was a great guy! Wishing you peace.

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