Age 43 of Crookston, died Feb. 11.

Terry Glen Moore, or as his friends knew him, "T," 43, died in his Crookston home Feb. 11, 2011. Terry was born on Aug. 3, 1967, in Hammond, La.
He was preceded in death by his great-grandma Louisa "Momma" Moore, who raised Terry; grandma, Mary;  and grandfather, Johnny Moore; mother, Wardean; and one brother, Kelvin Moore.
He is survived by his loving sister, Wanda Moore-Whitfield; brother-in-law, Arthur Whitfield; niece, Tyravia Moore; nephews Montreal Moore and A 'dren Whitfield; and great-nephews Jayven and Xavier Moore, all of Zachary, La.  He is also survived by three uncles, David Moore Sr. and wife Anita, Larry Moore, of New Orleans, and Foster Moore, of Baton Rouge; two aunts, Dana Moore, of Atlanta and Sylvia Moore, of Baton Rouge; four special cousins, Harold Butler, of Baton Rouge, Jarman Moore, Jameson Moore and David Moore Jr., all of Atlanta.
Terry was adored by his loving second family in Crookston, "brother" Tim Buchanan, "little sister" Sarah Pomeranz, Sheila Gaber, Robin Baril and the little lives he affected with his love, "nieces" Jada, Frankie and Cody.
Terry grew up in Zachary, La. and graduated from Baker High School. He came to North Dakota to play football for NDSU and then transferred to Mankato State to play for the Mavericks. Terry came to Crookston in the fall of 2007, knowing he loved the area. While in Crookston he formed lifelong friendships, which he chose to never leave by making Crookston his permanent home.
We invite all to come to Crooks Club on Saturday, Feb. 19, at 5:30 p.m. for a potluck memorial dinner. Please bring a dish, pictures and memories to share of this loving soul.