October 08, 1959 - June 23, 2022
Obituary For Travis Terry
K. K. Sewell Funeral Home in Manchester respectfully announces the passing of
Travis Terry on June 23rd, 2022.
Visitation will be on July 1st from 4 to 7 PM at K K Sewell Funeral Home.
A graveside service will be held Saturday, July 2nd at 11 AM at Pine View Cemetery in Shiloh GA.
My life started October 8, 1959 in Warm Springs, GA to the late
Sammie Terry and Annie Grace Terry. I was the first of 3 children,
then my sister Angela (George) Cooley of Jonesboro, GA. and my
brother, Greg (Tonya) Terry of Riverdale, GA.
So my mama moved us to Atlanta in my younger years and that’s
when my real journey began. I went to Center Hill Elementary and
on to West Fulton High School. And from there my life started
getting pretty interesting.
I was baptized at Sim Avenue Baptist Church by Rev. Faust.
I worked at the Holiday Inn downtown Atlanta and then worked at
the High Museum of Art for a while. I worked with others in the
cleaning service for years. As they say, “all good things come to an
end”. This is where my life became amazing on Ruth Street.
In my village are my aunts: Johnnie Jones of Jonesboro, GA.;
Frances Thomas of Columbus, GA.; and Elaine Terry of Atlanta,
My family started growing with my nieces and nephews. My sister
has 4 kids, Ramon “Pug” (Kyndra) Terry; Donyale Terry, LaToyia
(Hassani) El; and Lindsey Cooley. My brother has 3 boys, Gregory
“T. J.” Terry, Jamal Terry, and Kenny Riese. I have 4 great nieces,
Ayeesha, Rylee, Sydney, and Armani; I have 3 great nephews,
Donovan, Alzair and Makai. And I have a whole bunch of cousins
04:00 PM - 07:00 PM