Condolence & Memory Journal

Paul and I have know Terry since the early 70's. He always had a smile and story. He was the first one to laugh at himself and didn't care when you joined in. I always loved to hear about his skiing adventures in Colorado. He had a lot of them to tell. He was one of the hardest working men I ever knew. He treated everyone with respect and had a great big love of life. You will be missed, Terry. I hope the skiing is awesome in heaven...

Posted by Teresa Rutherford - Borden, IN - friend   July 11, 2012

Terry gave me a chance to join his team and treated me like family since. He believed in me when I doubted myself. Thank you for your leadership, example, patience and acceptance. You are missed.......

Posted by Ryan - Scottsburg, IN - Employee   May 17, 2012

I am so sorry to hear this terrible news. Terry has so lively when I

saw him two years ago. Now he has gone, but he will be missed. Praying

for all of him.

Posted by sean - xiamen - staffer   May 17, 2012

Rest in peace.

Posted by Friend    May 16, 2012

What an inspiration Terry is to everyone around him. Most of all I will cherish his smile and laugh. I can't remember Terry without a positive vibe! We love you Terry and may you finally rest in peace. FOREVER.

Posted by John and Nancy Lindemann - Clarksville, IN - Friends   May 15, 2012

My deepest and most sincere sympathy to all. I consider myself blessed to have crossed path's with Terry. At one point of my life I entertained the thought of purchasing Terry's Busines and we went through the standard evaluation process. I quickly fell in love with Terry Fewell. I loved his passion for the business, his love and dedication for his family and staff, and his vision relative the future of Fewell Monument Compnay. I will never forget the evening we spent at diinner with Mr Cochran from Vermont; the story's he shared regarding the history of Fewell Monument Company, and the coming of the "Laser Etching Age". As the saying goes; "When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure." Terry was truly a treasure to all that knew and came to love him. Cherish the memories!

Posted by Brad Kraft - Broken Arrow, OK - Friend - Customer   May 15, 2012

It has been a pleasure to know and work with Terry thrupough the years. My condolences to the family . He will be missed by many.

Posted by BILL DWYER - RICHMOND, IN - FRIEND   May 15, 2012

I am so sorry for your loss. He will be missed. I am so thankful I got to see him one last time at Kim's viewing. They are together again. Praying for all of you. Maybe he and my dad are talking shop up there.

Posted by Lori Krumme Rollins - Seymour, IN - My dad worked for him   May 15, 2012

Dear Fewell Family,

There are few things more difficult than dealing with the loss of a loved one. We, along with our staff, are honored and humbled that you have chosen our family to care for your family during this time. It is our hope that we have been able, in some small way, to lighten your burden and give proper reverence to a life lived. Please let us know if we can be of further service.


Brian and Bruce Buchanan
4th Generation Owners

Posted by Flanner and Buchanan Funeral Centers - Indianapolis, IN   May 14, 2012

We started doing business with Terry several years ago and leared to respect the integrity and honesty with which he ran the company. After we joined companies, I learned to enjoy the many times when Terry corrected me on various granite matters. What a guy. I would have liked to continue learning from him had we had more time. We will all miss his positive outlook and many contributions.

From Carlos Figueroa & Family, our heartfelt condolences.

Posted by Carlos Figueroa - Indianapolis, IN - Business Partner   May 14, 2012

Marsha, Pam and extended Fewell family,

My family and I extend our deepest condolences and prayers on the loss of Terry. I only knew him for a short period but he left a lasting memory.

Peace and God bless,

Tony Lloyd and family

Posted by Tony Lloyd - Fishers, IN - Business Colleague   May 14, 2012

I first met Terry about a year ago. He had decided to sell his monument company because of his health, and we began discussions about purchasing it.

Terry had an incredible outlook on life, despite his impending death. He was proud of his company and the people that worked there. Through the trials and tribulations he faced fighting cancer, he kept his sense of humor.

I will miss him.

My family sends their warmest condolences to his family.

Posted by Bruce W. Buchanan - Indianapolis, IN - Business Associate   May 14, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are with the Fewell Family. Terry will be sorely missed by all!!

Posted by Shawn Temple - lanesville, IN - friend   May 14, 2012