|Name:||Terry Broughton |
|Biography:||Terry Lamont Broughton was born October 15, 1957 in San Bernardino, California to Joyce Moreland and Charles Broughton.
Terry attended grade school in Oklahoma City until the age of 9. The family then moved to Wichita, Kansas where he continued his education. Terry played basketball at Roosevelt Middle School. He attended Wichita H.S. East until the age of 16 when he decided voluntarily to join the United States Military. He tested out of high school by passing the necessary test to receive his GED and joined the United States Army where he served until he was discharged due to a service connected disability.
Terry was later employed by the Steffans Dairy Company in Wichita, Kansas. He then went to California to seek treatment for his disability; later moving to Oklahoma City where he worked construction for a short time before his disability prevented him from working completely.
Terry accepted Christ at an early age. He attended Greater Cleaves Memorial C.M.E. Church until the family moved to Wichita, Kansas, where he became a member of The New Testament Baptist Church. Upon returning to Oklahoma City, he rededicated his life to Christ and rejoined The Greater Cleaves Memorial C.M.E. Church, under the leadership of Dr. Bobby R. Best.
Terry was preceded in death by his mother Joyce Moreland–Wade and his sister, Pamela Johnson.
Terry leaves to cherish his memory, his father, Charles Broughton of Memphis, Tennessee; his stepfather, Willie Wade, Wichita, Kansas; two sisters, Sharon Hoover and Kim Rich, both of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; two stepsisters, Mandy Carol Ford and Sonja Stull (Gordon); two uncles, Edward Moreland, Purcell, Oklahoma and George Moreland, College Park Georgia, an aunt, Emogene Kirk of El Paso, Texas; a special friend, Willetta Graham; and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
“Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful, but his delight is in the law of the Lord…(Psalms 1:1-2
|Services:||Greater Cleaves Memorial CME Church - 1609 NE 48th, OKC, OK|
|Services Date:||April 10, 2014 1pm|