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I am saddened that I was out of the state and unable to attend the services for Terry. He was a great mentor for me as I transitioned from a college student at Washburn into the real estate business. We had a great time playing tennis at the Kansas Realtors convention the year it was held in Lawrence. I am positive we had more beers than winners at the net. Terry will be missed. My condolences to the family.
~ Randy Speaker - July 15, 2019
Loved Terry from the moment we met! He was a very kind person. So enjoyed watching and playing tennis together. He will be missed without doubt. Love and prayers for you all
~ Deidre Selk - July 10, 2019
I started a 23 year career in real estate at Kirk & Cobb. The guidance that Terry provided me was most helpful selling Real Estate over the years. My thoughts & prayers are with the family at this time.
~ Marilyn Huncker - July 8, 2019
Dear Beverly and Family
I am very sorry to learn about Terry’s passing. I have wonderful memories of our time together in Topeka working in the real estate business.
I remember Terry as a businessman who did his best to serve his customers and clients. He always seemed focused on treating others as he wanted to be treated
Terry was a good and decent man who cared deeply about his family ,community , and country.
I regret we did not spend more time together in the last few years.
Please accept my deepest sympathy
~ Jim Slattery - July 7, 2019
Terry sold my house back in 2003 and has kept in touch ever since. He always sent holiday cards and magnetic calendars every year. He was a one of a kind realtor. He will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with the family.
~ Jim and Vicki Mauer - July 7, 2019
Bev and Family, May your fond memories of Terry be a comfort to you, now and forever. Terry will be missed, greatly, at our THS 55 th Class Reunion in October. We've been friends since grade school, so it feels like I've always known him. Terry was always a humble, but stable force, to those of us around him. Tim Edwards shared when he and Bill Shuart played taps thru the Halls of Troy when, as Seniors, we lost President Kennedy. That gesture took strength, as we were in shock. My thanks to those kind souls who have shared stories of the support Terry gave them, during their greatest time of need. It warms my sad heart. God bless you, Terry.
~ Chrys Diffenderfer Brim - July 7, 2019
Terry Cobb's wisdom and memory Will live on forever.
One of the wisest men I have ever met,he guided many men thru the crazy thing called life. Terry will be dearly missed and rembered for many years to come.
~ Joshua Quinn - July 7, 2019
We met Terry while looking for a house in Topeka.
It was a pleasure to have met him and appreciate all the time and effort he spent with our daughter Ashley and Us looking for the right home.
We are truly sorry for your loss, he was a wonderful person.
Ronnie and Sandy Hannah
~ Ron and Sandy Hannah - July 7, 2019
Terry was a fellow classmate and 1964 graduate from Topeka High School and later Washburn University. My fondest memory of Terry is when after the announcement that President Kennedy had been killed, Terry and another classmate, Bill Shuart, both very good trumpet players, stood on opposite ends of the second floor hallway at THS and played taps. The sound still resonates in my heart and epitomizes how Terry used his talent to bring something special to those around him. God speed, Terry.
~ Tim Edwards - July 7, 2019
Terry helped me a lot. He was there for me at a point in my life when no one else, including myself, wanted to be there. He watched me crash and pull myself up off the streets, and I never felt any judgment from him. He would just listen to me, whatever crap was coming from my mouth. He taught me a lot in doing that, and set a standard I try and hold myself to when working with the people around me.
~ Immanuel Currah - July 6, 2019
Terry was a great guy, my wife Pat and I have known him since our kids went to school together, always loved getting his news letter and greeting
at the end of each year. He will be missed! RIP Terry we have the watch.
~ Bruce Couch - July 6, 2019
Terry was a valued colleague. He always conducted himself in such a way as to add credibility and professional esprit de corps to the real estate business. It was always a pleasure to deal with him .
~ Marshall Barber - July 6, 2019
Terry was a great man! So sorry for your loss.
~ Heather Droge - July 5, 2019
Terry was a great man! So sorry for your loss.
~ Heather Droge - July 5, 2019
Terry has been a true friend to me, for the last 20 years (has it really been that long?). I am so grateful for this man, not only because of the influence he had on me but also my oldest son who Terry reached out to and mentored at a very difficult time in his life. What can I say about Terry? Words fail me... All I can say is that Terry knew well that every person would taste death, but that not everyone would truly taste life. Terry was a spiritual man, and a thinker, but he had a mischievous side that gave his life a sparkle and a shine that lit up the room around him. I held his hand and wept as he lay dying, knowing that he would have hated that hospital room. If he could have he would have said, “Enough of this, let’s get the hell out of here Buddy!” Terry held my hand so many times while I went through hard times. When I was trying to avoid the world and everyone in it, Terry would reach out and take my hand and tell me it was going to be ok, just simple like that, that’s just the kind of guy he was, he was all heart. You will be missed by so many people. Thank you Terry, for everything.
~ Imran Currah - July 5, 2019
Bev and Family—Our prayers to you all during this time. Terry was one of the best men in our wedding and a dear, kind man. He will be missed greatly.
~ Laura Currah - July 5, 2019
So sorry for your great loss. Terry was a good man. Stayed involved in tennis though he was no longer able to play. Really enjoyed his company. He was so dedicated to tennis, his friends and his family. Terry was such a kind man. There’s a verse in the song Hands by the singer and poet Jewel that goes “In the end only kindness matters.” Terry Cobb really mattered. God bless.
~ Tim McManus - July 5, 2019
I remember the first time Kevin and I came to the new house once it was completed. Terry was so proud of it and all the land that he had. He wanted to give us the full tour which meant walking through the woods. Well, there was snow on the ground, and let's just say, I did not have the proper shoes on. I didn't have the heart to say no so I trudged on and took the tour. As I said, he was so proud of it all! I'm sure he will be missed by many.
~ Cheryl Revenaugh - July 5, 2019
I am so sorry. I have fun memories of playing tennis with you and Lacy on a women’s team years ago. Terry helped me captain the team and did our lineups and was a super help. We went to sectionals in St Louis and rode there and back in my van. It’s such a shock seeing that he has passed away.
Please message me on Facebook so we can go to lunch or dinner anytime or breakfast on the weekends.
Tammy (Miller) Peterson
~ Tamara Peterson - July 5, 2019
I knew Terry through our involvement in the ManKind Project. Terry was a man steeped in his authenticity. I will remember how loving and present he always was with me. His genuine care and concern for others was evidenced in his open-heartedness.
I will fondly remember Terry's smile and that twinkle in his eyes.
~ Paul Goldman - July 4, 2019
~ Paul Porter
My brain knows this is true but my heart won't accept this loss. Terry was such a great business associate and friend. He will be missed by so many. We pray for comfort during this sad time. Carol
~ Carol and Hugh Greenfield - July 4, 2019
Terry was my first cousin. Terry and I were in contact all our lives.
I would like to share a side of Terry you may not know about. He was a ornery kid -- just like me. We lived in west Topeka back when it was all country. Terry lived in a house close to Washburn University. He kept his dog at our place, and he would love to come out to fish and play with his dog, Trixie. We had some good laughs -- often at the expense of one another. He would get ahead of me and spray my cat with hair spray. What an evil giggle he had! We would go exploring in the back pasture where we had a dump. We got into a tangle with a skunk in a milk can, and the skunk won. He was very adept at elongating his tongue and touching the top of his nose. I remember it was wet and full of veins. Of course, I was totally grossed out.
As I stumbled through high school as a nerd, Terry enjoyed a lot of popularity. He was an excellent track athlete and played first chair trumpet at Topeka High School. He had a beautiful head of thick blonde hair which he could slick back with the just the right curves.
I saw Terry every Christmas because we would have our relative Christmas at his house.
He went on to do his very successful thing at KU while I did my very successful thing at K-State. He had his two beautiful children...a boy and a girl, and I had my beautiful kids, too...a boy and a girl.
Decades have passed since those childhood times, but I continue to feel a very loving bond with him. I was able to talk with Terry the day before he headed to the KU Med Center. I was able to say," I love you, Terry", and he reciprocated.
I wish you all had been able to see Terry dressed up in his little cowboy outfit and cowboy hat..his hair just buzzed. He had one of those little sock monkeys. I know he looked different than in his tennis "whites." We will meet again.
~ Linda Dawson - July 4, 2019
Bev, Lacy , Lindsey, and other family
So sorry for your loss—let all the years of good memories help you through this rough times and through the years to come.
~ Paul & Joy Thomas - July 4, 2019
Oh my goodness where do I start? These two people are WONDERFUL Hearts of gold! I have known the Cobbs for going on 6 years about I think there Beautiful people. My heart breaks knowing Terri is no longer here ! He was always busy pushing dirt or working in the garden . How proud he was when his girls team won the champingship his face lit up! Hard worker Great man and Bev youu also are Wonderful true heart of gold. Your kids are so lucky to have you as a Mom! I love ya Bev! Big hugs to you all! Rest easy my friend Terri you were the Greatest!
~ Ginnie Passeggiata - July 4, 2019
Terry was a great friend and mentor to many. I will miss his smile and words of wisdom. Condolences to all of his friends and family.
~ Chris Lawson - July 4, 2019
So shocked and saddened by this news. I worked at Kirk and Cobb and Terry was a great guy. He sure helped me out of a few messes and always with a smile on his face. Thinking of him always brings a smile to my face. God love you Terry. To the family, I’m so sorry for your loss.
~ Bev Schwartz - July 3, 2019
Terry had such a welcoming soul and a smile for everyone he met. Someone who never knew a stranger and welcomed everyone into his home. So sorry for your loss. We were all lucky to have known him. Rest In Peace.
~ Linda Sherman - July 3, 2019
Sending the entire family prayers for strength during your new journey of life without Terry. Bev you will miss him every day but learn to adjust. Children and Grandchildren will fill the gaps in your heart. Friends can fill the void in your time. Tap on us all. Terry was a good man. Good is hard to find and impossible to replace. Good memories.
~ Kenny and Sandy Mitchell - July 3, 2019
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