Terry Wayne McMahan

December 25, 1951June 27, 2013

Terry Wayne McMahan, 61, of Gadsden, passed away on Thursday, June 27, 2013 at his mother’s residence. The family will have a private memorial service at a later date.

Survivors include one daughter, Christel McMahan Harrington and husband Matthew Harrington of Prosper, TX, son, James Terry McMahan and wife Amanda McMahan of McKinney, TX, his mother, Bobbie Bennett McMahan of Heflin, one sister, Jamie McMahan Snyder of Anniston, two brothers, Mark McMahan of Lexington, OH and Matthew McMahan of Lilburn, GA, five grandchildren, Jackson, Grayson and Emerson Harrington, Riley and Blake McMahan, three nieces and three nephews..

Mr. McMahan is preceded in death by his father, James Blake McMahan.

Mr. McMahan was a native of Oxford, AL and a resident of Gadsden. He was a self employeed contractor and he was a certified Horticulturalist and Arborist. He was a member of the American Builders Association. Mr. McMahan was a Construction Contractor for the Anniston Army Depot, Redstone Arsenal and NASA Space Center in Huntsville, AL. Mr. McMahan was a member of First Baptist Church of Oxford.


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July 10, 2013

I only knew Terry through our mutual love of Jeeps, but he was a kind and giving person, who was always looking to help others. He will be missed, and I rejoice knowing he has gone to be with God. My heartfelt condolences to his family, of whom he spoke often.
William McClain, Marianna AR

Dené Dixon

July 2, 2013

My God provide you comfort and peace with the passing of Terry.

July 1, 2013

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Your family was part of my childhood so my memories of Terry are very special. Cathy Johnson Cosper

Tim Reid

July 1, 2013

To the family, Terry was a dear friend with a strong work ethic and faith. I am truly honored to have met him in this life.My prayers are with you and may God comfort you during this time.


July 1, 2013

Sorry for your lost. May the family find comfort in God's word the Bible. 2 Timothy 3:16