Terry W. Greer II

October 27, 1973 - November 17, 2015

10/27/1973 - 11/17/2015

Past Services

Visitation
Saturday November 21, 2015
4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Wheeling Chapel
1400 Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
(304) 232-0330 | Directions
Service
Sunday November 22, 2015
1:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Wheeling Chapel
1400 Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
(304) 232-0330 | Directions

Terry “Papaw” Wayne Greer II, 42, of Bellaire, Ohio, passed away Tuesday, November 17, 2015 in Bellaire Community Hospital.

He was born October 27, 1973, a son of Terry and his wife, Mary Greer Sr. and Leora “Fran” (Champe) and her husband Roger Churn. Terry was a Christian by faith, who loved his grandchildren and playing guitar.

In addition to his parents, Terry is survived by his loving wife of 16 years, Kirsten “Casey” (Walton) Greer; four children, Alison (David) Comack of Wheeling, Heather (John) Williams of Wheeling, Darrell Fry Jr., and his fiancée, Olivia Miridokis of Wheeling, and Logan Greer of Youngstown, Ohio; three sisters, Lorie Clark of Longview, WA, Tracey Poe, and Jennifer Windham of Youngstown; five grandchildren, two nephews, and one niece.

Family and friends will be received Saturday, November 21, 2015 from 4-7 pm, at the Altmeyer Funeral Home, 1400 Eoff Street, Wheeling, where funeral services will be held Sunday, November 22, at 1 pm.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. John’s Home for Children, 141 Key Ave., Wheeling, WV 26003

Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.altmeyer.com.

 

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Lorie Clark
6 years ago

Terry and I were not close as adults. I joined the military when he was 12 years old and moved away. After getting out of the Air Force, I moved to Washington State and didn’t make it home very often. I am the oldest of four children and Terry’s oldest sister. The majority of my memories are from when he was young and still a brat. Tracy and I helped out our mom when she was working by watching Jenn and Terry at night – helping them with their homework and making dinner. One night, I made spaghetti for dinner and Terry refused to eat it. I told him if he didn’t eat it, he would wear it. Well……..he was stubborn and he refused to eat. So I dumped it on his head! He never refused to eat anything we made for dinner again.
I would have loved to know the family man Terry became. I am going to miss him.

Carletta
6 years ago

Terry

Marianne Greer Swank
6 years ago

So sorry to hear of the passing of my cousin “Little T.” Though I didn’t know him well, I do remember seeing him when we were kids. Sending light, love and peace to his family during this difficult time.

Warren & Susan Bowery
6 years ago

Casey and family,

Words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss. We were shocked to hear that Terry had passed so unexpectedly and so young. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers, and that we love you.

Heather Madrid
6 years ago

Terry was a funny happy go lucky guy that was always enjoyable to be around, my mastiff even liked him… And that says a lot because he didn’t like anyone outside of immediate family. He had a heart of worship. I have many funny memories of Terry and of Casey- one I think of often is any time Darrell would appear on the scene, Terry would try to take him to the ground, wrestling like he was a teenager. Be blessed Casey and Darrell and the rest of the family! You are in my prayers- Terry was a genuine man and he will be forever missed! But remember, he is worshipping with his savior right now and grinning from ear to ear

Heather Madrid
6 years ago

Terry was a funny happy go lucky guy that was always enjoyable to be around, my mastiff even liked him… And that says a lot because he didn’t like anyone outside of immediate family. He had a heart of worship. I have many funny memories of Terry and of Casey- one I think of often is any time Darrell would appear on the scene, Terry would try to take him to the ground, wrestling like he was a teenager. Be blessed Casey and Darrell and the rest of the family! You are in my prayers- Terry was a genuine man and he will be forever missed! But remember, he is worshipping with his savior right now and grinning from ear to ear

Heather Madrid
6 years ago

Terry was a funny happy go lucky guy that was always enjoyable to be around, my mastiff even liked him… And that says a lot because he didn’t like anyone outside of immediate family. He had a heart of worship. I have many funny memories of Terry and of Casey- one I think of often is any time Darrell would appear on the scene, Terry would try to take him to the ground, wrestling like he was a teenager. Be blessed Casey and Darrell and the rest of the family! You are in my prayers- Terry was a genuine man and he will be forever missed! But remember, he is worshipping with his savior right now and grinning from ear to ear

Jennifer Williams
6 years ago

Though we weren’t close; I’ve always loved you little brother. My memory: Having a watermelon eating contest with you when we were kids. I won! But I still cannot eat watermelon to this day. Also I think about every time I play monopoly. I hope you’re in a peaceful place.

Michael Dunn
6 years ago

My thoughts and prayers to all the family.
My memory: Terry was working on the bank of the Ohio river and slipped and fell onto an area where the neighbors dog frequently visited. Without hesitation, yelling about the life expectancy of the dog, he ran headlong down the riverside and jumped in and swam for a while.