Terry Herring Obituary, Death – We come together today with heavy hearts and the deepest grief to share the news that Terry Herring left this world on Tuesday of this week. Our thoughts are with his family and friends during this difficult time. Over the course of more than 25 years, Terry served as a much-loved and reliable member of the baritone section. His legacy will live on in the music he produced and the memories he helped to build for years to come.
Terry had an unshakable dedication to the music that he so deeply loved. It wasn’t only about singing for him when he committed himself to the baritone section; it was also about the camaraderie, the mutual love of music, and the friendships that he treasured with his fellow artists. Terry was presented with a life membership in April of this year as a token of appreciation for the tremendous achievements he had made, and this acknowledgement filled him with an overwhelming sense of pride.
In addition to his skills as a musician, Terry had a wonderful personality. He was a constant source of humor, joy, and positive energy for the group. His enthusiasm for the music he was playing was contagious, and the energy he brought to the rehearsals and concerts was one of a kind. Our thoughts and condolences are with Terry’s wife, Michelle, and the rest of his family during this difficult time. Terry has suffered a great loss. We are here for you at this trying time because we know the sadness of losing a loved one is something that cannot be adequately expressed in words.
Let us celebrate the music that Terry created, the friendships that he established, and the everlasting impact that he left on the hearts of his fellow musicians as we remember him. The melodies and chord progressions that he taught people all throughout the world will carry on his legacy. Terry, our beloved friend, rest in peace. Your dedication to music, the kind of person you were, and the happiness you brought to the people in your life will be remembered and celebrated for all time. Although you have physically moved on, the music that you left behind will always be a part of us.