Robert Terrell

March 4, 1931 - January 31, 2015
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Robert Terrell, 83 of Seymour passed away Saturday, January 31, 2015, at the Covered Bridge Health Campus in Seymour. Mr. Terrell retired from Cummins, after thirty-five years of service. He was a member of The Tabernacle of Seymour. Robert was a Realtor for twenty-five years, having retired from Coldwell Bankers in Seymour. He was anContinue Reading

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Aunt Martha left a message on October 29, 2019:
A great man of God who lived a life dedicated in service to the Lord! Praise God for Pastor Emeritus Robert R. Terrell. A man of dignity and great faith. Truly a faithful worrier has gone home to be with the Lord!
charlotte osburn left a message on May 16, 2017:
I remember him as a young boy loving to hunt squirrels- he was always so proud of his hunting------His mother always made us fresh cornbread and a dinner from all their fresh vegetables from the garden when we visited--- Bob was the best story teller and I have enjoyed visiting with him over the years---He will be dearly missed
lori left a message on May 16, 2017:
Ron, I am sorry for your loss, I send prayers and sympathy to your family in this most hard time. In Christian love, Gregory and Lori Boas Columbus Indiana
Dave Clampitt left a message on May 16, 2017:
One reality of getting old is that friends and loved ones pass. Families mourn the passing of a loved one ... the person who impacted their lives and the lives of all they touched. It's said that the greatest thing anyone can say about another person is that he or she made a difference in their life. Robert Terrell touched the lives of many. One life he touched was that of my mother "Ruby Clampitt." She adored him and Coleen ... appreciating so much the fact they took time out of their busy lives to simply visit, laugh with, recall days past and update her on family members. Many people look to do something dramatic to leave their mark on the world. Others like Bob realize it's the little things/the small ways we touch lives every day that brings joy, hope, peace to others. Bob also knew that love wasn't just about saying "the word" ... that the evidence of love was one's day-to-day actions. Today and throughout the remaining days of their lives, Bob's family has his "actions," those special moments with him to sustain them ... memories full of humor, goofy moments, tenderness, the kindness' shown, that special Christmas, fishing-hunting trip, an Alaska vacation or ..... My mother told me just before her death that she did not want me to mourn her passing ... that throughout her life she had as a Christian, lived with the goal of going home ... of being held in the arms of her God. She made it and so has Bob.
Voss & Sons Funeral & Cremation Services left a message:
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