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TR Lane Sr.

July 31, 1949 - February 9, 2021

Terry Ray “TR” Lane Sr., age 71, of McKinney, Texas, passed away on Tuesday, February 9, 2021.  He was born on July 31, 1949, in McKinney to Athalea (Boyd) and John Lewis Lane.  TR had a successful career self-employed in the safety and welfare industry.  He married the love of his life, Sandra King, in Plano, Texas, on January 14, 1993.  TR was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all those who knew him.

TR is survived by his beloved wife, Sandra Lane; his children, Terry Lane Jr. of Denison, Texas, Tiffany Lane Moody of Blue Ridge, Texas, John R. (Crissy) VanZant of Kalispell, Montana, and Robert M. Fulford of Orlando, Florida; his grandchildren, Jared Lane, Tanner Lane and Harmony VanZant; his great-grandchildren, Gabrielle and Avery Lane; his brother, Weldon Bridges of Denton, Texas; his sister, Barbara Cunningham of Frisco, Texas; as well as several nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Athalea Lane and John Lewis “Jack” Lane, who was the first Chief of Police in Frisco, Texas.

The family invites friends to a visitation being held at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Chapel, 8520 Main Street, Frisco, Texas, on Friday, February 12, 2021, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.  A graveside service will follow at 2:00 p.m. at Little Elm Cemetery, officiated by Pastor Kip McCarley.

CELEBRATIONOFLIFE.TV Livestream of service https://celebrationoflife.tv/blog/tr-lane-sr

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My best mate and hunting buddy, I will miss you very much. Rest in peace. Chris McGivern, February 26, 2021 I met TR upon moving into our home in the Shinning Mountains subdivision where TR and Sandra lived in Ennis. We quickly became friends, and enjoyed each others company often. Even though I am a few years older than TR he was a mentor to me. He spent hours educated me on guns and ammunition. The nicest gift from TR was immensely improving my shooting accuracy. I like to cook, and as all of you who knew TR also liked to cook, and was damned good at it. I'll miss you TR. God bless you. Sandra our hearts and prayers go out to you and TR's family. Ron Ron Russell, February 19, 2021 Thank you for the ability to see the service for T.R. Julie and I are very sorry for your loss.. If you need anything, please call or e-mail.. All of the brothers in Ennis miss him, his humor and his help or as he always said, " can I hep you "! Love you Joseph Misero Brother Joseph Misero, February 17, 2021 T R and I became friends in the early '60s when we lived in same neighborhood in Plano. He was a loyal friend over the years, staying in touch mostly via phone as we moved to different states. He lived an exciting life, worked some undercover for couple Federal Agencies, owned and flew his airplane in operating his security agency.. RIP TR, see you on the other side. Jim Green, February 13, 2021 You will be missed my friend and I look forward to the day we meet again. Thanks for your friendship since 1978. Roger A Fulton, February 13, 2021 TR was a great friend, neighbor and community leader, especially in our neighborhood where he served as an officer. He will be greatly missed! Jim & Erma Wiginton, February 12, 2021 TR was a man of staunch and solid character. He cared for his friends and family, and will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace my friend. Kelly McCullar, February 12, 2021 TR was a great guy. Honest, respectful, and kind. He was the kind of man who would say "Hope that you have a wonderful day." and would really mean it. You will be missed. Timothy Garcia, February 11, 2021 He was a long time friend that was there when I needed him FRANKLIN SWAFFER, February 11, 2021