Terrence John ‘Terry’ O’Connor, 1942-2005
September 12, 2005
Terrence John “Terry” O’Connor, a Boulder resident, died Sunday at Boulder Community Hospital of natural causes. He was 63. O’Connor was born July 25, 1942 in Omaha, Neb. to John O’Connor and Helen Larkin. He graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He was married Sept. 20, 1997 to Vicki G. Moselle of Boulder. He was previously married to April Holmes.
A resident of Boulder since 1971, O’Connor was a self-employed real estate developer and chief executive of The O’Connor Group of Boulder.He was a member of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, the Boulder Buff Club, the Boulder and Louisville chambers of commerce, the Urban Land Institute, Boulder Tomorrow, Boulder Rotary Club, International Midas Dealers Association and the Gut Grinder Bicycle Club. He contributed regularly to Colorado Uplift, Student Venture, Holy Name High School, and Youth With A Mission. His hobbies were biking, skiing, Italian wine, skiing and croquet.He is survived by his wife, Vicki G. O’Connor; sons Trevor W. O’Connor of Houston and Ryan M. O’Connor of Los Angeles; stepsons Chris Rebich of Boulder and Erik Rebich of Denver; stepdaughter Amy Rebich of Lafayette, Colo.; sister Julie Brunson of Lexington, Ky.; and three grandchildren.
Visitation is at 3 p.m., Thursday at Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, 2312 14th St., Boulder, followed by a mass of Christian burial at 4 p.m. The celebrant will be the Rev. William Breslin. A reception will follow the services at Folsom Field Stadium Suites at the corner of Folsom and Colorado Avenue. Private family burial services will be held Friday at Green Mountain Cemetery in Boulder.Contributions can be made to the Terry O’Connor Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Colorado UpLift, 3914 King Street, Denver, CO 80211.
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