Robert Terry

Robert A. Terry

Monday, November 12th, 1984 - Monday, January 25th, 2021
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Robert Andrew Terry, 36, of Kosciusko, passed away unexpectedly January 25, 2021. Graveside services will be at 2:00 pm Friday, January 29, 2021 at Thomastown Baptist Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5:00 to 7:00 pm Thursday, January 28, 2021 at Culpepper Funeral Home. Bro. James Young will officiate. Jimmy Dodd will give a Eulogy.

Robert was born November 12, 1984, in Kosciusko, MS. He was a graduate of the Youth Challenge Program at Camp Shelby in Hattiesburg, MS. He was a Certified Electrician, and a Certified Pool Service Technician.

Robert is survived by his father, Andy Terry (Rosie), his mother, Katie McNeal (Ted), brothers, Jame McNeal (Renee), Ray Dees (Ashley), sisters Angela Taylor, Rebecca Terry, Danielle Lovette, and Susan Ables (Kenneth); nieces, Gabbye Taylor, Raven Pernell, Amber Simmons, Lindsey McNeal, and Laken McNeal and nephews Liam Taylor, Nate and Will Dees, and many cousins and friends including Bradley Ihde who loved him and he loved dearly.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Joe Thomas and Nelvie Kate Terry and Ben Aaron Sr. and Emily Oakes Dodd, his uncles, Larry Joe, Thomas (Bud), and James Gaden Terry.

Pallbearers will be Jame McNeal, Trent Fleming, Ben Dodd, III, Marshall Fleming, Tommy Terry, Gabe Taylor, Zach Lee, and Kenny Vargas.

Honorary pallbearers will be Ray Dees, Corey Cagle, Todd Dodd, Richard Fleming, Scott Terry, Jimmy Terry, Bobbie Terry, and Carl Terry.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Culpepper Funeral Home for final expenses or the Youth Challenge Program at Camp Shelby.
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  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 28th, 2021 | 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    Thursday, January 28th, 2021 5:00pm - 7:00pm
    - Culpepper Funeral Home
    11748 Hwy 35 North
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  • Service

    Friday, January 29th, 2021 | 2:00pm
    Friday, January 29th, 2021 2:00pm
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    .., MS
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  • Interment

    Thomastown Cemetery
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Posted at 05:15pm
I had a hard time fitting in growing up. I met Robert when I was about 10 and it was an automatic friendship. I can say there were many days that I felt he was one of my only friends. Growing up that means a lot. You are missed and loved!! Amber B.

Katie McNeal

Posted at 03:06pm
The family of the late Robert Andrew Terry would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone for all the love, prayers, and support during this difficult time. The kindness and generosity we have received is genuinely appreciated.


Posted at 12:34am
I know I only knew Robert a couple years but his sensitivity and true love for God's creation: people, animals and the great outdoors was always evident. While he lived on my property, I had an animal care helper who was abit of a challenge for me. One of the dogs who wasn't goat-friendly got out and chewed on one of the legs of the mama goat. Even with vet care, her recovery was rough the first week or so. One evening, I had worried about her all day, praying for her, spending time with her. Robert had been a help distracting her while I cared for her wound so he knew how concerned I was. Anyway, I'd about had it with the helper who was challenging and was sitting down at my computer trying to get some work done. Robert came in and asked me a question that I don't even remember. I was so overwhelmed, I didn't even look at him but I told him I didn't have time to think about or respond to his question. He tried to talk to me again in a kind voice but I asked him to check with me the next day. He said my name again with a kind voice and then came over and squatted down in front of me as I tried to focus on my computer. He said my name again and just stared at me. I couldn't hide my fear for Goldie (the goat) from him. I took one look at him and broke down crying telling him I was so worried about Goldie. He gave me a big bear hug and said, "I know, I know." Robert had a sixth sense about people; it was truly a gift. He didn't shy away from hard things and he didn't usually let people deny when something really bothered them or when they were upset. I loved hearing him talk about his family, Christy or Bradley and even his beloved dogs. I told him once that I noticed he used talking and conversation to feel people out, to get a sense of them. He really sought to understand people. I told him I thought he'd make a great teacher. He was always teaching...sometimes I had to let him know I didn't have the time to learn what he was teaching that moment, haha! May peace be in your hearts and joy in your memory of your lives with Robert.

Katie McNeal Posted at 09:01pm

Thank you so much Julie for your sweet comments.

Gerri Bouchillon

Posted at 04:24pm
Mr. "B" and I have you in or thoughts and prayers during this time of loss.

Katie McNeal Posted at 09:57am

Thank you Mrs. Gerri and Mr. B.

Dan West

Posted at 06:14pm
I express sorrow to the family and friends of Mr. Robert A. Terry. I pray our Lord's love, comfort and strength for each of you.

Katie McNeal Posted at 10:03am

Thank you so much for your prayers and words of comfort Bro. West. And thank you for the love and encouragement you gave to my son when he was much younger. Robert really admired you and thought the world of you.

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