Condolence: We are very sorry to hear of Terry's passing. Our sympathies are with Eleanor, Dawn and Kim, and their families. I will always remember the tour he gave me when I was back in PA visiting relatives...through Ohiopyle State Park, Falling Water and the many sites he knew that had historical significance in either the Civil war or the Revolutionary war. He had an amazing wealth of knowledge on these subjects. My Dad, his Uncle Tom passed away Feb 22 of this year. I'd like to think they are in Heaven together with my Uncle Al, getting ready to go fishing or hunting again. Our condolences from Terry's Aunt Dolores Immel (my Mom), and my family: Scott, Marian, Brandon and Colin Maxwell.
Condolence: Sending heartfelt condolences from the Hartman tribe. Terry was a part of our lives for as long as I can remember. Both Al (his dad) and Terry were fellow officers with my dad Paul and the best of friends. I have a hunch there is some partying going on right now as only cops can do it! With Gibby too!
Eleanor....I am so sorry for your loss and for the rest of your family too. Life will not be the same without this boisterous, caring man.
Condolence: Deepest condolences to Terry's family. Terry was an important and dependable and competent member of the law enforcement community for many years. He was a well liked and valued colleague. I am so sorry to learn of his passing. John Driscoll
Condolence: Our sincere condolences to Terry's Family. My Father worked with him as a fellow Greensburg police Officer. Terry was a wonderful Person an always smiled. Terry you and the men you served with on the Greensburg Police made Greensburg wonderful. I am sure my father was be there greet you. Rest in Peace Terry
Condolence: Our most heartfelt condolences to the Immel family at this tragic time. It was a great pleasure growing up and knowing Terry as I did. My father was a fellow police officer with Terry; and it certainly is a true brotherhood, but more like familyhood....we all knew and admired our family. Terry certainly got everything he could out of his time spent on this earth. May god bless him in his passing, and wrap his arms around the family in their grieving.....John & Tracy Seighman
Condolence: Word are never adequate in moments like these. I will say though, that my hearts go out to you, and may your many memories and our loving Creator promise of a time when “death will be no more” help to sustain you and your family during this most difficult time. (Revelation 21:3,4)