April 19/12

April 19, 2012 at 12:00 am (Uncategorized)



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  1. douglaspaton said,

    Terry was one of those guys who really lived life and had some great stories as a result. Here’s a sample of some of what Terry was involved in during his life, “At 18 Terry left England to become an extra in the film The Bridge on the River Kwai, then a combine driver in Australia, and then, briefly, a member of the Royal Canadian Air Force. In Toronto, Terry worked for the CBC, for the advertising firm Durkin, Bataglia, and then became President of Listening for Pleasure, Inc. an early venture in books-on-tape. Later Terry produced DVDs for Chapters, Inc. including Classical Classics and Canadian Choirs Sing Holiday Favourites which became popular Christmas promotions ultimately selling millions of discs. High Interest Publishing was his final enterprise, begun with Paul Kropp in 1992 with five novels reprinted from the old Series Canada books.” He will be missed.

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