Ronnie Terry


Ronnie Terry
Ronnie Terry

Ronnie Terry, 56, of Amarillo, TX died Tuesday, September 27, 2022.

Services will be at 11:00 a.m., Friday, September 30, 2022, at Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel in Amarillo, Texas.  Burial will follow at West Park Cemetery in Hereford, TX.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Ronnie was born December 7, 1965, in Memphis, TX to Joseph and Lee Fern Terry.

He was a proud father to his four sons.

During his youth, Ronnie played football at Hereford High School.   He was a fan of football and followed the Dallas Cowboys, and the USFL, of which his son, Paul was a player.

On October 17, 1983, he married Linda Sermino in Hereford, TX.

Ronnie enjoyed golfing, riding his Harley Davidson, and watching Western movies, but most of all, he loved spending time with family, especially his grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Joseph and Lee Fern Terry.

Survivors include his wife, Linda Terry; sons, Ryan Terry, Ronnie Jordan Terry and wife Lauren, Philip Terry, and Paul Terry; siblings, Harold Terry, Joe Terry, Alfred Terry, Jackie Terry, and Sharon Terry; grandchildren, Adelyn, Eloise, and Ian Terry; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

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47 Replies to “Ronnie Terry”

  1. So sorry to hear about Ronnie. He was great person. Always helping you when. You needed his help. My condolences to his wife and family.

  2. Ronnie was a great person to work with, always friendly and a pleasure to be around. I also enjoyed playing golf with him a few times. Best wishes to all his family! He’ll be missed by everyone who knew him.

  3. My goodness!!! My heart breaks for you!! Such a great man of God!!! You’ve left a great legacy. Praying for Linda and all the family ❤💔❤

  4. My condolences 🙏 to the family , R.I
    P. Ronnie Terry for as long as I new you,you were the nicest person I met at tyson. Very respectful u will be missed by many of us go enjoy Dancing with the great lord up in heaven u have earned ur wings God had open up the gates of heaven ND ur room is ready by God’s calling..😇🙏🙏

  5. I Hope the Lord has everything greased and ready to go so you never have to worry about another failure my friend. Ronnie was just a great guy. So sorry for the Family and his Loss .

  6. I worked with ronnie 30 years at tyson going to miss him every much playing golf and riding harleys thoughts and prayers for the family

  7. Such a pleasant, kind and considerate man! His legacy continues in the life of all the souls he touched with such tender care! His love for his family and his Lord leaves a mark on everyone’s heart. Thank you!

  8. I am so sad to hear of this. I am praying for you Linda and your family. Ronnie was such a sweet man and I know he touched many lives for the Lord.

  9. Met ronnie five years ago at Tyson working projects. Always seemede very professional and knowlegable. Talked about his kids and mine in sports. sorry for your lose. Prayers.

  10. Linda and family. My deepest condolences , I was very blessed to have been able to work with Ronnie for so many years. I can still remember his laughs and him talking about his boys. He was a good team player and loved to go to the tournaments that involved the other people at the plant. He will be greatly missed.

    1. So sorry for your loss! It is hard to believe he is gone. May the Lord be by your side at this most difficult time. We love you and praying for you and your sons! Jesus & LaVerne Diaz

  11. Our Deepest Sympathies to his family for such a loss! I have known Ronnie for many years and assisted him in the maintenance of his boilers. We all have a great deal of respect for what he accomplished and his dedication to his family. We will remember him as a very kind and considerate person.
    Dave Mille
    Mid-South Steam Boiler & Engineering Co.

  12. My deepest condolences to Linda and her sons and family. We all have lost a dear friend, mentor, and leader. He always had time to help and guide us. .

  13. Ronnie will be missed by family, friends and co-workers alike. His belief in God and family were his rock and he always took time to share about both. I will always respect Ronnie and miss him. May Gods grace be with all of Ronnie’s family and friends in this time.

  14. Linda, One behalf of the entire JAX Lubricant family, I express our deepest sympathies for the loss of a great man. My prayers are with you and the boys.

    It has been a pleasure to work with Ronnie for the last 7 years. My favorite part of coming to Amarillo was the opportunity to have dinner on occasion with you and Ronnie. I will miss the great conversation and his friendship. I can be confident through my interactions with Ronnie that he is home with our Savior. He was a man of Faith and demonstrated that in how he treated others with respect.

  15. Sorry for your loss and the Samuels family send our condolences and prayers 🙏 gone up and may God 🙏 continues to heal and bless y’all, love y’all 😍

  16. Thoughts and prayers to the entire family. Ronnie was a tremendous man that put family first as well as others before thinking of himself. He was a great leader at Tyson and enjoyed the time I spent working with him. He will be truly missed by all and will never be forgotten. RIP my friend.

  17. I worked with Ronnie 20+ years at Tyson. It saddened me deeply to hear of his passing. He always had my back, at work, playing golf and riding our Harleys. Gone too soon. Thoughts and Prayers for the family.

  18. I was deeply saddened when I received knowledge the world has lost such a good man. I worked with Ronnie many years at Tyson and even with the authority he had earned he always treated me with high respect. We will truly miss his kindness and knowledge. Lord bless Ronnie and comfort Linda and the entire family!

  19. May you feel the blessing of peace and comfort from God the Father for you and family, Linda. We just couldn’t believe it, and are heartbroken for you all. I’m so sorry. Love to you all. Rest In Peace Ronnie. Until we meet again.

    “precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his servant….God draws near to the broken hearted. Psalms 74:114.
    Kathy Linnville RN and Daniel Dale

  20. So sad to be taken so soon. Great Husband, Father and co worker. You will be so missed in many ways. Praying for the family.

    1. We love you Linda, praying for you and the boys ( family) Loved Ronnie so much, can’t wait to see him again.

  21. Condolences to the Family, I wish we could have gotten together just once more brother. GOD BLESS ALL, Gone Way Too Soon.

  22. I am so sorry to find this out. Ronnie was such a great man, husband, father, grandpa and Friend to many. Ronnie will definitely be missed by many. Linda we continue to pray for you and your Family. We love you!

  23. rest in peace, strength to his family I knew him only 8 months ago in what I have been working at Tyson maintenance a very kind person and always willing to teach very decent and with a big heart God bless him

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