Harry & Bryant Company

500 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC


Patricia Schuber Terrell

December 26, 1925July 24, 2020

Patricia Schuber Terrell, a longtime resident of Charlotte, died on July 24, 2020 at her home at the Cypress Retirement Community. Patricia LeMoine Hassler was born December 26, 1925 in Richmond, VA to Paul Diehm Hassler and Marion Angel Hassler.

At an early age, her parents moved to Thomasville, NC where Pat grew up and was educated in the public schools. She graduated from St. Mary’s School in Raleigh, NC in 1943, and further education took her to Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, VA.

Pat met John Schuber, Jr. a Marine officer from Asheville, NC who was a veteran of Tinian and Iwo Jima, and they were married in 1946. They lived in Lexington, VA while he completed his undergraduate and law degrees from Washington and Lee University. Together they moved to Charlotte in 1949 where she lived for the rest of her life.

John Schuber died in 1998 and their only son, John Schuber III, preceded them in 1966. She was also predeceased by her sister, Joan Diehm Hassler.

In 2003, Mrs. Schuber married Edgar Allen Terrell, Jr. who died November 28, 2013. She is survived by Edgar’s three sons: Robert E. Terrell (St. Michael’s, MD), William J. Terrell (Richmond, VA), Jon A. Terrell (Charlotte, NC), and her nieces and nephews: Eugene Morrison Carr III (Hendersonville, NC), Catherine Carr Lincoln, (Buffalo, NY), Brynn Brown Puckett (Mooresville, NC), Paul Addison Brown (Salisbury, NC), Dodd Addison Brown II (Clinton, NC), Marmee Brown Senior (Dubai, United Arab Emirates).

Mrs. Terrell was an avid bridge player, reader, and needle pointer. She loved travelling the world especially her trips to England, Spain, and China. She was a member of Christ Church, where she was an active volunteer. She also worked on the Board of the Junior League of Charlotte and the United Appeal.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be directed to either Thompson Child & Family Focus, Charlotte, NC; Southminster Community Fund, Charlotte, NC; Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA; or Christ School for Boys, Arden, NC.

A graveside service will be held at Riverside Cemetery, Asheville, NC once public health concerns allow.


  • Graveside Service will be held at a later date in Asheville, NC


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Wilson Webb

August 1, 2020

Pat and Jack Schuber, who knew my parents Bill & Doll Webb through Christ Episcopal Church (& Jack may have known my Dad as an Undergraduate at W & L) took me under their wing(s) after my Dad died in 1968 (as their only son tragically died years earlier). Of the pair, Pat was the most unconditionally loving, while Jack put me to work as 1st Mate on his Cal 24 sailboat as we raced and won almost all races at the Catawba Yacht Club, for many years. Together we made many trips to their 2nd home (Mountain) west of N. Wilkesboro. I still treasure my Silver trophy plate from one of those Yacht Club races, as well as all the memories and photos, including, from our 1971 Bahama sailing trip on a private 50 ft Columbia Sloop rigged sailboat, captained by 'Ted' which was most enjoyable; including Pat's homemade Conch Chowder (the meat of which I brought up, from the ocean bottom). After college, and then law school in Alabama, where I chose to stay with my bride, Linda, I mostly lost physical contact, but never my emotional touch with them. Pat & Jack are part of my history - in a good way. I'm thankful they, along with my beloved Linda, are all freed from the limitations of the body, to be with Jesus. Amen!

Retha W Pressley

July 30, 2020

Pat was a Beautiful Client and Friend for Many Years. She will be missed by All who knew Her..
Pat may You Rest in Peace with Our Lord Jesus Christ. .in Heaven. .
Your Hairstylist, Retha Pressley. .