We are deeply saddened to share with you that Terry Baucom a truly and deeply beloved figure in the world of bluegrass banjo has died. His death deeply affected his friends and family members. In this post, you will get all the information related to his death and him.
Where Will Terry Baucom’s Funeral Services be Held?
It is expected that The Reeves Theater, located at 129 West Main Street in Elkin, North Carolina will host funeral services on Tuesday, December 12th, at 2:00 PM. with visiting starting at noon two hours in advance.
Antioch Baptist Church, 6223 Love Mill Road, Monroe, NC, will host a graveside ceremony on Wednesday, December 13th at 1 pm. Burial will follow in the Antioch Baptist Church cemetery.
How Did Terry Baucom’s Loved Ones Pay Tribute to Him?
Terry Baucom’s family and friends are deeply affected by his death. They shared tributes towards him on social media. Kent Leadbetter posted, “It is sad news hearing about Terry Baucom’s passing. RIP Terry.”
Johnson Funeral Home posted, “Terry Cleveland Baucom born on October 6, 1952, was a blend of talent, laughter and love.”
Mary Heinritz said, “I am so sad to learn of Terry Baucom’s passing. He will be truly missed. Rest in peace.”
Jamie Dailey posted on Facebook, “Bluegrass music suffered another major loss with the passing of legendary banjoist Terry Baucom.”
Darren Beachley posted, “Just learned of the passing of friend and former bandmate Terry Baucom. You will be missed. Rest in peace ole friend. Love ya pal.. The Meanest.”
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A Look at Terry Baucom’s Life
Beyond his extraordinary bluegrass abilities, Terry Baucom was a charming and humorous individual who enlivened every venue he performed on. His bluegrass career was nothing short of amazing characterized by unmatched talent and a love for the genre that captivated everyone who heard him perform.
Terry’s musical ability was more than just a skill to those who were lucky enough to hear it. Terry possessed a special talent for making everyone around him smile endlessly with his quick wit. He had a way of cheering people up and making them smile, whether he was chatting with friends after a show or telling tales backstage.
Beyond the spotlight of the stage, Terry was a loving father of three children, a brother, a dedicated son and a remarkable grandfather. His life’s pulse was his family and he treasured every second he spent with them.
Terry’s sister Lynn Little and father Lloyd Baucom both passed away before him.
He is survived by several people in addition to his wife, Cindy Baucom, mother, Wilma Hinson Baucom, stepsons, Hunter and Molly Norris, stepdaughter, Kayden Harris, sister, Trina Mitchell, brother-in-law, Heath Little, nephews, Matt Little (Amy), Clay Mitchell (Brittney), niece, Amie Thompson (Ron), and several great nieces and nephews.