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Terrence (Terry) Tise, March 7, 1949~March 19, 2015

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Terrence (Terry) Tise, 66, of Dover, Arkansas passed away on March 19, 2015 at the Veterans Home in Fayetteville, Arkansas surrounded by his immediate and extended family members.

Terry was born in Washington, D.C. on March 07, 1949. He attended Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.  He was a Vietnam combat veteran and a sergeant in the US Army.  Later, he worked as an engineer for Bechtel.  Terry loved gunsmithing, motorcycles, hunting, fishing and reading.

Terry is survived by Elaine Tise; and his sons, Shane and Wyatt Tise; his four grandchildren, Kyle, Conner, Chris and Loretta.  Terry is preceded in death by his parents, Charlene and Gerald Tise; and daughter, Rachael Tise-Cates of St. Louis, Missouri.

The funeral service will be held at Beard’s Funeral Chapel in Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 24, 2015. Chapel service will be held at 1:00 PM followed by the burial at the Fayetteville National Cemetery at 2:00 PM.  John Sweigart of Russellville, Arkansas will be officiating.

Memorial donations may be given to the Arkansas Veterans Home, 1179 N. College Avenue, Fayetteville, AR. 72702, Attn:  Kriss Schaffer, R.N., Administer for the Music and Memory Program. The Tise Family wishes to thank the Fayetteville Veterans Home and Hospice Care for their help and support.

Cremation arrangements by Beard’s Funeral Chapel and Crematory of Fayetteville.

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    Steve Couch » 22. Mar, 2015

    They say a person can count on one hand who his true friends are. I want to thank you for being my friend. All of the years and all of the good times. All of the miles we rode our motorcycles. You are forever in the wind my brother..

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    Name » 08. Apr, 2015

    Steve, some of the best times of Terry’s life was spent riding with you. Thank you for always having been such a good friend.

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    Ben Sivils » 23. Mar, 2015

    REST WELL BROTHER

    Rest well brother your duty is done
    Your war is over, battles are won.

    Your orders say for you to report home;
    become an honor guard member, at the gates of our heavenly home.

    Rest well my ” Cav. ” brother, peace for you has finally come.

    I’ll miss you Terry, you were always a good friend!

    Ben.

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    Name » 08. Apr, 2015

    Ben, I love the poem, and it says it all. You were a friend in a million, and he treasured your friendship and relied on you.

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    James Bicknell » 23. Mar, 2015

    Elaine,
    Sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

    So many good memories riding the bikes and playing music. He was a good friend who I learned a lot from and I am fortunate to have known him during the short time we are on this earth.

    Ride free Terry…….

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    Name » 08. Apr, 2015

    Jim, Terry always enjoyed playing music with you and riding bikes. It seems as if it were just yesterday that we were all playing music together. Thanks for being his friend.