Terry Lee McPheeters born in Charleston, SC December 1941 he was the son of Thomas Haus McPheeters and Beulah Mae Moore McPheeters.
Memorial service will be 1:00 Sunday at Seven Lakes Chapel in the Pines. He leaves his beloved wife Alice and daughters Christine Lovelis of Montana and Deborah Cattell of Hartsville SC from a previous marriage, eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Three sisters Helen, Judy, Margaret and a brother Thomas (Owen) of Goose Creek, SC.
He served in the US Air Force and after an honorable discharge in 1966 was a member of the SC Army national Guard. Following his military service he was enrolled as a law student through LaSalle while employed as a Sales Trainee for Exxon Corp in SC. He received an appointment with US civil Service to enter a four year Electrical/Electronics apprenticeship. He worked for the civil service at the Charleston Naval Shipyard on shipboard weapons systems and was qualified as a nuclear inspector for ship based nuclear reactor Instrumentation and controls. After leaving civil service. He established KEY Associates, INC a Human Resources Consultants and Contract engineering firm based in Charleston. SC.
He completed his study for a degree in Education from SIU. In 1980 while on contract with Raytheon of Mass. He accepted a full time Human Resources position and was responsible for the employment of Raytheon Services Company engineering staff throughout the US and overseas. He also served as staffing manager for other divisions.
When he met and married the love of his life Alice. He accepted a position as Human Resources Manager for Softech, Inc. Following their marriage he established TLM Management, Inc a Human Resources Consulting and Staffing firm based in Upton, MA. He was also a licensed real estate appraiser and home inspector for the state of Massachusetts.
After retirement in 2003 he and Alice moved to Seven Lakes, NC to enjoy the benefits of many years of working. His hobbies included golf, as well as being an accomplished artist and formerly a displaying member of the Charleston, SC artist guild. He mostly enjoyed his role as a volunteer helping the maintenance staff to improve SLCC for its members and guest.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to FirstHealth Hospice 150 Applecross Rd, Pinehurst, NC 28374 or Chapel in The Pines, 2125 7 Lakes S. West End, NC 27376
Services are entrusted to Boles Funeral Home of Seven Lakes.
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