Kahler-Dolce Mortuary

441 North Washington Street, Papillion, NE


Terry Allen Black

December 21, 1956January 28, 2020

Black, Terry Allen age 63 of Millard. Preceded in death by parents, Ralph and Donna Black. Survived by brothers and sisters in law Rick and Kyle of Papillion, NE , Bill and Deb of Glenwood, IA , brother Tim of Omaha, sister and brother in-law Jana and Aaron Smith of St John USVI. Nieces and nephews Erin Loyd (Mike) of Papillon, Courtney Morehead (Caleb) of Waverly, Devon Watson(Nate) of Papillion, Joshua Black ( Michelle) of Papillion, Jason Black (Paige) of Glenwood, Shanna Black of Glenwood, Justin Black (Samantha) of Castle Rock, CO, Tyler Smith of Chicago, Garrett Smith and Emersen Smith of St John USVI, Step Mother Bertha Black of Plattsmouth, NE , 16 great nieces and nephews and many cousins and friends. Terry loved sports, especially the Huskers, Cardinals, Royals, and KU Basketball. He retired from First Data Resources last June after 40 years of dedicated service. Terry passed as he lived, peacefully, privately and quietly. He was a great brother, uncle, son and friend .... To say we’re going to miss him is an understatement. There will be a graveside service to be announced at a later date this spring.


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Jim Loberg

February 3, 2020

A few of us worked with Terry for many, many years at FDR. Some of the memories. He never took vacation, he was left handed, we/George/Terry/I played catch a few times with a softball, liked the Houston Texans, wore a black jacket, peanut butter girl scout cookies, dry wit/great laugh, Woody of Toy Story, smoke breaks, knew his job inside and out, that pic of him in a cheer leader outfit with a red mustache, he and his brothers were in a band, a Republican I heard. Over all great guy. RIP Terry.

David Probst

February 3, 2020

Rick, Kyle and family. I am sadden to hear of Terry death. He was such a nice guy and good athlete. Whenever I see a softball game I think of Wayne , Terry and the others who are no longer with us playing in the field of dreams. May his soul rest in peace.

Rox Herren

February 3, 2020

We will all miss you, Rest In Peace My Friend

May the choirs of angels come to greet you.
May they speed you to paradise.
May the Lord enfold you in his mercy.
May you find eternal life.

Linlee Langston

February 1, 2020

Tim, you were one of my first and best friends when I moved to Nebraska. You were my kids most respected adopted uncle, and they loved you from the beginning, as did I. Your love for family and friends was front & center & SO contagious! We are so grateful for you & your family to always feel like your family, too. What could be better than being part of the Black clan, my deepest condolences to all of your family in this sorrowful time. Much love, Linlee 💕

Tim Black

February 1, 2020

When I was small and Christmas trees were tall we use to laugh while others use to play....dont ask me why but time has passed us by Someone else moved in from far away. Now we are tall and Christmas trees are small.. Come the 1st of May

Sue Skipton

February 1, 2020

I worked with Terry for years, he was super smart and was an expert within our department. I will always remember his humor and his quirky smile. I hope they have peanut butter sandwiches in heaven!

Bob and Jane Patterson

February 1, 2020

Rick and family,

We are sorry to hear of your loss. Your family will be in our
thoughts and prayers.

Paul Eichenauer

January 31, 2020

I’m so sorry for your loss. Although it’s been many years since I’ve seen Terry, I have so many good memories growing up with him. He was one of my best friends. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Black family.

Mary Lynne James

January 31, 2020

I remember when Terry was born. And seeing him run around at the Nelson family reunions at the house in Albion. Leon had a nickname for him, but I can't remember if it was Tumbleweed, Sagebrush or Cactus. Rest in peace Terry.

Robb McDaniel

January 31, 2020

My sincere condolences for your loss Tim.
I don’t think I knew your brother. I pray for y’all’s comfort.

Robb ~