Terry A. Grabow
- August 19, 1945 - March 6, 2012
- Austin, Texas
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to the family- you have my sincere sympathy. Terry & I were a grade apart at BHS, we were very good friends.It saddens me to here about his passing. He will be very much missed but surely not forgoten!
Posted by: glenn davis - bellville, TX - school friend Mar 14, 2012
So, I was scrolling through the obituaries seeking my loved one when I ran across your Terry. His face and smile and blue eyes caught my attention. The words to his obituary moved me enough to add this message. See, we just lost "our Terry" - Terry Bonds - on Feb. 15, 2012. He, too, was an exceptional man with an uncanny ability to reach into the hearts of others. His laugh was infectious and his "sayings" would become our
Posted by: Karen Reed - Georgetown, TX Mar 12, 2012
I was shocked to learn of Terry's sudden passing. Terry had just last week reached out to connect with me via LinkedIn and we successfully linked. Terry was a good friend and for many years we shared frequent breakfasts comparing notes on the wonders of life -- spiritual, professional, and social joys and challenges. I have a wonderful quote that I find comforting in times like these, "Tell me what moves you and I will tell you who you are."
Posted by: Mark Mitchell - Austin, TX - Friend and fellow pilgrim Mar 11, 2012
Alice, I remember how much my parents (anne and Bert davis at Caprock Canyon) enjoyed talking to Terry and how very sweet he and you always were.
My thoughts are with you. He was a talented and such a sweet man. Judy
Posted by: Judy Waxman - Austin, TX - Admirer Mar 11, 2012
Faye and I recall our wonderful school days together with Terry in Bellville and the good times we have had at our class reunions.
Alice, our thoughts and prayers are with you, the children and grandchildern.
Faye Eckermann Bresan - La Grange TX
May Eckermann Eilers - Fredericksburg TX
Posted by: May and Faye Eckermann - Fredericksburg, TX - classmates Mar 10, 2012
Terry will be missed by so many. His optimistic attitude was a joy to all. I remember him as a happy person singing when he was in our home. My sincere condolences to Alice and his children.
Posted by: Mrs. John C. Musgrove - Austin, TX - My husband worked with Terry Mar 10, 2012
I've debated whether my tribute to Terry should be something profound or something humorous. Knowing Terry as I have for over 50 years, I thiink he would appreciate the dilemma. That's the way it was with Terry--he had the uncanny ability to combine the two in every conversation we would have. The humor side would usually win out after an intense struggle with the profound--who among his friends will ever forget that distinctive laugh?-- But Terry had an ample supply
Posted by: John S. Grube - Bellville - Cousin and Friend Mar 09, 2012
So sorry, Alice, to hear about Terry. Many of us at St Francis have such happy memories of you and Terry entertaining us at our Gala. Nobody worked a crowd better than Terry!
Posted by: Barbara Porter St Francis School - Austin, TX Mar 09, 2012
What terrible news we sometimes read at breakfast!
Linda and I are so sorry to learn Terry has left us. I have many great memories of Terry as a friend-foremost, a fellow vestry member at St. David's, my patient at St. David's Hospital, an entrepreneur with many ideas for my investing, and a musician--I listened many times to the CD you and he made, and my late mother loved it, too--but mainly as a friend. He will be missed.
Posted by: Jim Prentice - Austin, TX - Friend Mar 09, 2012
Love from Patsy and me.
Posted by: Rogers Thomson - Shoreacres, TX - Friend Mar 09, 2012