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Terry Kohutek


Dr. Terry Lee Kohutek


November 30, 1951 - August 4, 2012

Dr. Terry Lee Kohutek, 60, of College Station, passed away Saturday, August 4, 2012, at College Station Medical Center. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, August 6, at Memorial Funeral Chapel in College Station. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, August 7, at the funeral home. Interment will follow at Memorial Cemetery of College Station - The Aggie Field of Honor.

Terry was born November 30, 1951 in San Antonio to Joe Allen Kohutek and Lenora DeDear Kohutek. He was a graduate of Texas A&M University as well as professor of Civil Engineering for over 27 years. He was a highly regarded teacher and had won several distinguished teaching awards and honors. He was a loving husband, uncle, friend and will be dearly missed.

He is preceded in death by his parents; father-in-law, Elmer F. Mischer; and brother-in-law, J. Dan Bohannan.

Survivors include his wife, Terrye Kohutek of College Station; sisters and brothers-in-law, Shirley Bohannan of Dallas, Bonnie and Jud Cannon of Monett, MO, Doug and Ann Mischer, Don and Suzan Mischer; and numerous nieces and nephews.

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08/07/12 04:21 PM #1    

Kenneth H. ("Ken") Pearce

I got to know Terry Kohutek through Terry Maxfield, as those two Terrys were good friends. When Terrye Mischer entered the picture, it was hard to know who was being referred to when the name "Terry/Terrye" was spoken. I remember that Kohutek received a maroon Oldsmobile 442 as a HS graduation gift. Man, that car was really fine looking and fast. Since I was driving a '56 Chevy at the time, I think I was a little jealous--except even then I didn't like the color maroon. :) I saw him a few times in SA in the summers between college years and Gay Lee and I went to his and Terrye's wedding in 1973--Gay Lee remembers that it was the same day we graduated from UT, so we had to hurry to the wedding after the grad ceremony. After college, we saw each other just a few times--the last time I saw him was about 10 years ago when Gay Lee and I took our son for a college visit to the A&M campus. Jordan was considering an engineering degree and Terry was kind enough to meet with all of us--an unscheduled appointment--to personally explain what Jordan could expect if he enrolled in the College of Engineering there. Although Jordan decided to go elsewhere, I will never forget the gracious way Terry treated all of us. You will be missed, Terry K!

08/07/12 05:44 PM #2    

Greg Alford

I sat next to Terry in the Mac band for 3 years. We became good friends and kept in touch over the course of our college days and later on as we moved into careers (his was much more impressive than mine). I was fortunate enough to visit with him and Terrye a couple of years ago at a Mac band reunion. He was the same great guy as always. We spent a lot of good times together and I will miss him greatly.

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