Darrell Lee Terrell
  • The Salvation Army
    PO Box 848
    Alcoa, TN 37701
  • Doctors without Borders
    P.O. Box 5030
    Hagerstown, MD 21741-5030

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It was with sadness that I read of Darrell’s passing in the Ashtabula Star Beacon. Forty plus years ago Darrell and I lived at opposite ends of Highland Circle in Ashtabula. During the late spring and early summer when the days are long, but the air is still cool on the shores of Lake Erie I would pass by Darrel’s house and admire a blossoming vine growing on a trellis beside his garage. The flowers resembled giant daisies; luxuriously large

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Posted by: Susan Allshouse - Conneaut, OH   Feb 22, 2013

I met Darrell only two years ago when I first became a hospice volunteer, but I got to know him well in that short time. He was a kind man who, despite his difficulty hearing, was always very inquisitive and active in our meetings. He had a sharp sense of humor and wit that he used to keep us all laughing. And, he was good to all of the other volunteers and the families he helped woth hospice. I know that all of us will remember him fondly. God bless you Darrell, I will miss you very much.


Posted by: John Kriese - Maryville, TN - Friend   Feb 04, 2013

Darrell has blessed my life in so many ways by sharing his delightful clever wit and love of ancient literature. Unsure why he chose me to confide his thoughts and struggles, but I will always be blessed by those conversations. Always amazed at the vast amount of knowledge held within this one dear human's brain. What a philosopher. Darrell, as you rest in Heaven, know that your deep humility will inspire me for all my life. You were an amazing hospice volunteer and friend.


Posted by: sarah wimmer - Maryville, TN - friend   Feb 04, 2013

To the Family,

We will miss Darrell. Sincerest sympathy from friends and colleagues.

The Citizens Academy Alumni Association
Blount County Sheriff's Office


Posted by: Debby Nuchols - Maryville, TN - Secretary/BCSO Citizens Academy    Feb 03, 2013

Dearest Unclr Darrell

Lots of sweet memories sitting in the livingroom at the Pryor's visitting.
Sure will miss you.

Taro Fujisawa
Kurashiki, Japan


Posted by: Taro Fujisawa - Kurashiki Japan - friend/family   Feb 03, 2013

What sweet memories we have of time spent with you and Katy! You will be missed my friend!!


Posted by: Jimmy & Cindi Young - Maryville, TN - Friend   Feb 02, 2013

Go well, my dear friend. I will miss seeing you, but your sweet spirit and friendship lives on.


Posted by: SM Johnson Atchley - Maryville, TN - Friend and former pastor   Feb 01, 2013

Darrell encouraged my love for nature. It was always fun to discuss our "birdwatching adventures."
He and Katy shared their home with family and friends and always made everyone feel special.

Reading and Writing were his AIM.
Art was his GAME.
Cooking was his FAME.
-but-
Gardening kept him SAIN.

I will miss you dear brother, but will hold your memory safe in my heart.


Posted by: Treva Lou Terrell Pryor - Searcy, AR - Sister   Feb 01, 2013

MAY YOU ALWAYS FIND PEACE AND COMFORT IN KNOWING THAT GOD IS ALWAYS WITH US EVEN WHEN WE ARE SUFFERING WITH LOSS OF A LOVED ONE. WILL BE PRAYING FOR YOU. DAVID AND FAYE


Posted by: DAVID AND FAYE IRWIN - Knoxville, TN - FRIENDS OF NORMAN AND WANDA   Feb 01, 2013