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In 55 bouts, Terrell had 21 knockouts and a record of 46-9. He briefly shared the heavyweight championship with Muhammad Ali.
McKISSICK - Keith Terrell. Age 13. January 15, 1989-July 10, 2002. Beloved son of Pamela Bell and Keith McKissick. Viewing Unity Funeral Chapel, 2352 8th Ave, NYC, 2:00-8:00 PM, Wednesday, July 17th. Wake services at Gilmore Funeral Home, 19102 Linden Blvd, Queens, NY, Tues, July 16th, 6:00-9:00 PM. Funeral services at Abyssinian Baptist Church, 132 W 138 St, NYC, Thursday, July 18th, 10:00 AM. Interment Trinity Cemetery, 155 Street.
MARBUT-Terrell Clifford. Of Sands Point, New York. Died December 8, 1999 at age 91. Devoted husband of Katharine Lott Marbut, father of Katharine Marbut Ullman and Clifford Daniel Marbut, grandfather of Laura Ullman Schwartz, Susan Katharine Ullman, Valerie Ullman Taylor and Frank Clifford Ullman and great grandfather of five. Upon graduation from Georgia Tech, he joined General Motors where he was a valued employee until retirement in 1973. He lived a wonderful life and loved his family and his ...
TERRELL-Jerry. We are deeply saddened at the passing of Jerry, our beloved friend for over 40 years. He was a truly warm, kind and very giving person and we will miss him terribly. Our condolences to his dear wife, Sylvia, and daughters, Shelley, Fran and Barbara and their families. Bill and Lili Goldberg and Family
INQUIRY ORDERED ON BOXING THREAT; U.S. to Investigate Crime Syndicate's Alleged Plans to Kill Terrell INQUIRY ORDERED IN DEATH THREAT
CHICAGO, March 26--Death threats from criminal elements to force Ernie Terrell to fight Cassius Clay in New York for the world heavyweight boxing championship will be investigated by a Federal Grand Jury, authorities announced today.
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