The Regina product played at Weber State and was a fullback with the Roughriders from 1973-75, being named a Conference All-Star.
The news of Terry’s passing spread quickly amongst the Rider family, with former Rider President Jim Hopson writing, “Damn good man. He did a lot for the alumni … really brought it together. He had a vision.”
Rider Radio analyst and proud alum Carm Carteri mentioned, “A Regina boy who was a good hockey, football and baseball player. He was one of the first guys back in the day who really pushed the weights thus earning the nickname ‘Bull’. Terry was a major cog in helping brand the Rider Alumni over his five years as President. He was a northend star growing up who gave me hope of playing the CFL.”
Funeral details are pending.
Photo Courtesy of Wayne Mantyka