Terry L. Brinlee was born March 25, 1963, to Mary Jane (Benikosky) and Donald Lewis Brinlee in Oklahoma City, Okla. He passed from this life on Nov. 8, 2017, at the age of 54.
He had worked as a diesel mechanic and a truck driver. Raised in Moore, Okla., he was a member of Regency Park Baptist Church, Moore, a graduate of Moore High School and attended Okmulgee Technology Diesel Mechanic Program.
He is survived by his lifelong companion, Annetta Waggoner Booze, Edmond, Okla.; her daughter, Tiffaney Waggoner; and her grandchildren, Anthaney Graves, Eddie Waggoner and Lindell Turner; mother, Mary Jane Brinlee of Fort Worth, Texas; brothers, Donnie Brinlee of Arlington, Texas and Tony Brinlee of Flower Mound, Texas; sisters-in-law, Brenda Brinlee of Arlington, Texas and Denise Brinlee of Flower Mound, Texas; nieces, Kirsten Brinlee of Baltimore, Md., Kaylan Dawn Brinlee of Arlington, Texas, Brooke Brinlee of Flower Mound, Texas; and Haley Montooth of New Orleans, La.; uncles, Frank Crabtree of Fort Myers, Fla. and John Benikosky of Tucson, Ariz.; aunt, Mollie Crabtree of Fort Myers, Fla.; lifelong best friend Mark Johnson; and numerous cousins and friends.
Terry was preceded in death by his dad, Donald L. Brinlee.
Graveside memorial service will be held Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, in Hewitt Cemetery with Dr. Stephen Lowrie of the North Fort Worth Baptist Church officiating.
The family requests memorials be left to the National Kidney Foundation, 30 E. 33rd St., New York, NY 10016.