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« Thread started on: Jun 8th, 2005, 06:53am »

We lost a very close friend this past Sunday, and I just wanted to post his information. We want everyone to understand what a loss we feel. This young man was growing to become a wonderful person. He was bright, funny, kind, and compassionate. His death will linger in our hearts forever.

My finace' feels this loss as if he lost one of his own brothers. The nights spent with Terry at his fathers garage on the corner of a main intersection in a very small town of western NY run through his mind everyday. His heart is breaking, and mine is breaking with him. God speed to his parents, and only brother, for their family was one of the tightest I have ever known. Their love for eachother could not only be seen, but felt with the soul.

God Love you Terry. For we all do.

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Here is a small article a local news station wrote about Terry. It does not do him justice, for he was more then just a few words on a computer screen. But it gives you a glimpes of the kind of loss an entire community is feeling.

[School Copes With Teen's Death
by Rocco Vertuccio
Published Jun 06, 2005
Police in Ogden are trying to figure out what caused a teenager to lose control of his pickup truck in a deadly accident. 16-year old Terrance Fedigan was a junior at Churchville-Chili High School.

The halls at Churchville-Chili High School seem emptier without one of its favorite students.

"This young man had made a positive impact on the community," says Assistant Principal Kevin Davenport.

Terrance was known as an outgoing student who was involved in the school's technology program. He loved working with computers.

"He was well liked by his students and teachers. There were many teachers who commented through the day what a great kid he was and what a joy he was to have in class," says Davenport.

All that ended Sunday afternoon when Terrance lost control of his pickup truck on Dewey Street in Ogden. His truck burst into flames after crashing into a tree. Terrance died at the scene.

Investigators are not sure exactly how fast Terrance was going when he hit the tree. They have not ruled out the possibility that speed may have been a factor, they don't believe that drugs or alcohol were involved. Investigators are also checking Terrance's truck for any mechanical problems.

"Formulas are being prepared trying to determine any factors that would lead us to thinking that speed was involved. Did something fall and was he looking down to pick something up. We really don't have a definite answer at this time," says Ogden Police Chief Douglas Nordquist.

Terrance's classmates also looking for answers, as they deal with a tragic lesson about life and death.

"There is a lot of emotions. They range from anger to resentment. Trying to direct them not to do negative things but more positive actions," says Davenport.

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« Reply #1 on: Jun 8th, 2005, 07:00am »

Rest peacefully Terry, you are fondly remembered.
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Please let us know the funeral arrangements for this young man when you all find out.
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