Terry Roberts

May 13, 1963November 21, 2021

We’ve cried our tears and mourned our loss. Leave your sadness at the gate, but bring rather your stories, your laughs, and your happiness over a life that was lived to the fullest.

Come be a part of the celebration of the life of Terry Roberts on Saturday, December 18th at 2:00 pm at the Running R Ranch a place he loved so dearly.

Bring your chair and dress for a gathering of friends as he would have wanted.

To help us with food preparations, we ask that you let us know if you plan to attend by calling or texting 512-750-1113 with your name and number of guests by December 7th.


18 December

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm

Running R Ranch


Terry Roberts

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Jim Cottingham

November 30, 2021

Terry was my brother, fishing partner and one of my Best Friends. I have always been treated like family by his great family . Terry was one of those golden people. He would always find the good in people and bring out the best. He laughed alot and enjoyed life . We spent thousands of hours on the water in a boat fishing and talking about life and family. Terry was an awesome fisherman , he loved catching those Bass and I'm sure he is fishing in Heaven. I Miss You Brother and will Cherish Your Memory.

Edward Pullin

November 29, 2021

Shawn & Family,
I know there are no words that can lessen the pain of the profound loss you are experiencing. I hope you are able to call on Terry's memory and experience your grief as your unexpressed well of Love. Love you built up for him with expectations that it would pour out year after year after year can still find its expression. Embracing your grief and outpouring of your emotions is a beautiful way of allowing that well of Love to flow. I am deeply, deeply sorry for your loss, but know the pride and Love you carry will give you strength.

Dolores Payton

November 24, 2021

As a little boy, he loved to sing but he couldn’t. For years we teased him about singing “Oh thank heavens for 7/11”. As he grew older and he and Shawn would host the July 4th events he was the main instigator of getting Tammy and all of us fired up about the 42 tournament and start the “trash” talking! He was a very special person and everyone that knew him loved him. We could all learn from the way he treated people and lived his life. He will be missed. Prayers and love to all the family! We love you all.