Condolences for Terry Jay Geise


Lisa Geise posted on 3/11/22

I miss you so much honey. Love you so much too too.


The Gossett Family- Paul, Lori, Loren, David, Abby, Daisy, Tucker, Luke and Makenna posted on 2/25/22

Our dear brother-in-law, uncle, and friend. We love you and we will miss you so very, very much. We will miss your corny jokes, infectious laugh, advice, and stories. You were always the go-to guy when a car was having trouble or we needed advice about something breaking in the house. We cherish the many memories of holidays, birthdays, big life events, card parties, summers up north, and having you in our lives. Things surely won't be the same without you here. We'll always remember and miss you with our whole hearts and souls.


Diana Hausmann posted on 2/20/22

I’m deeply sorry your family is experiencing the pain of a loss like this. My heart goes out to each of you.


Karin Hoffmeister posted on 2/19/22

Dear Lisa, I am genuinely sorry for your loss. May the pain and loss will be eventally replaced by warm and wonderful memories.


TODD L SCHLENKER posted on 2/18/22

Great memories through some 20 years of Bike-About with Terry's reliable assistance and good humor in every manner of speaking. Most sincere sympathy to Lisa and the rest of Terry's family, especially Ricky.


Cristina de Vizcarrondo posted on 2/18/22

Lisa, I am so sorry for your loss. Both you and Terry are part of what makes USM so special. All these years seeing your happy, friendly faces...I am going to miss seeing him. I hope you find solace in wonderful memories; I am sure many of us in the USM community, both students and staff, have many. He was a kind man.


Hannah Reimer posted on 2/18/22

Mr. Terry, as he was known to the kids at USM's daycare and pre-school, was a much loved figure. He often welcomed the toddlers to the bus barn and showed them the buses and how he fixed them. He also made sure that there was a bus waiting for the littlest ones on cold days during fire drills when they had to leave the building during nap-time. My son came home from daycare one day talking all about Mr. Terry and how Mr. Terry helped him get on the bus and held him on his lap during a fire drill that could have been scary, but turned into an adventure. More recently, Terry opened the door for us every morning on our way in to school. He greeted our family and so many others with a big smile and warm hello every day. We are so very sorry for Rick and Lisa's loss. He will be dearly missed at USM.


Emily Mazzulla LaRoque posted on 2/18/22

Ms. Lisa, Georgia and our family are so sorry for your loss. We are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.


MaryBeth Stoecker posted on 2/17/22

Lisa, I am so very sorry for your loss of your best friend and soul mate. May he Rest In Peace and May you find comfort in your wonderful memories together.