this combined with IL ssa issue feels right
Carl J. Glaser
When I think of Terry Wesner, I remember him driving around in his - what was it, an MG Midget? - with the top down and his bushy hair sticking way above the windshield. The big size of Terry in that little car was comical, but the smile on his face pretty much told the story. Terry was a fun, wise-cracking guy.
Mel F. Weir
I remember Terry from grade school.(Forest Road) Very happy/likable person. I remember his Dad having only one arm. I remember coke party (drink) & 45 rpm records playing to dance to. God bless you, Terry.
Ann M. Reiser (Risum)
I rememeber Terry fondly from Forest Road School too. Very sad to hear of so many of our classmates that have passed already.
Frank Foster (Foster)
Terry was a great guy and a good friend. His car was a Austin Healey Sprite. We joked about his ability to drag his nuckles on the road while driving.
Cheryl (Cherie) A. Johnson (Gibisch)
I remember him in that car. Funny how such a small thing, when remembered, is so delightful. I went to Forest Road too but didn't know him well
Lynne C. Kwiatek
I too, can remember Terry, gold old Forest Road. We lived on the same street in LaGrange Park. So sad, too many of our classmates have passed.
Diane G. Montgomery (Gilman)
Terry Harold Wesner of Chelsea, MI, age 65, passed away Monday, October 31, 2011 at his home. He was born on May 1, 1946 in Oak Park, IL, the son of Harold and Richardina (Shields) Wesner. On July 29, 1972 he married Mary Ann Klein and she survives. Terry always put family first and was a loving husband, father, and son, even putting an addition onto his house for his parents during their later years in life so he could be closer to them. He had a passion for farming and enjoyed tractors and barn preservation. He graduated with his undergraduate degree from Memphis State University, was a Mathematics Professor at Henry Ford Community College, and wrote over 20 math texts. He worked for the Diabetes Association in Boston and owned Bernard J. Klein Publishing Company. Terry was also head of the Lima Township Planning Committee, a charter member of the Chelsea Area Construction Authority, and a member of the Learning Disability Association of Washtenaw County. He loved to talk, collected everything, and was a fair person. A mentor and father figure to anyone in need, he gave insightful advice, and would be the first to help anyone in need. In addition to his wife he is survived by three children: Timothy Joseph Wesner, Thomas Stewart Wesner, and Robert Shannon Wesner, all of Chelsea; his father, Harold George Wesner of Chelsea; and one brother, Robert Brian Wesner of Iowa City, IA. He was preceded in death by his mother, Richardina Wesner. A Memorial Service will take place on Friday, November 4, 2011 at 12:00 noon at the Chelsea Depot. Visitation will take place on Thursday, November 3, 2011 from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the Staffan-Mitchell Funeral Home, Chelsea. Private burial will take place at a later date. Expressions of sympathy may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.