Memorial website in the memory of your loved one
"Leap into the darkness, nevermind the fall. It's better to dance delirious, than never dance at all." -Spirit

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Terry Becker Boyle who was born in California on May 20, 1950 and passed away on December 19, 2005 at the age of 55. We will remember her forever.
Terry Diane Becker Boyle was a recording engineer who worked with artists Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Paul Kelly, Kansas, and Taj Mahal (for which she won a Grammy in 2000).


Terry was also an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and became the Assistant Director of Special Projects for Berklee upon her relocation to Los Angeles in 2003.

 
Thank you to all who attended Terry's memorial on Jan. 7, 2006. What an amazing gathering of beautiful people who all loved our girl so much.
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Family Tree
Tributes and Condolences
Remembering Terry   / Price Berryman (recording)
I met Terry in Aspen in 1976 or 1977, while I was recording a solo album at Dromedary Studio. Ed Thorne, the owner/engineer, and I were mixing down some of my tracts and Terry came in. My first thought was, WOW, what a beautiful lady. She had some go...  Continue >>
Thinking of Terry today   / Briget Boyle (Stepdaughter)
It was almost 9 years ago that Terry left us. I miss you today and always think of you fondly. Love you dearest, Briget
The Rain in LA   / Tim Boyle (husband)
It's raining today Terry, and you are in my thoughts. I know you are here, your being is with me still, but today in the rain, my awareness of you is strong. Your body has been gone for so long, but you are here, I know!
Hey..  / James Saez
Miss you today. Was talking about you yesterday in a class here at Berklee and just wished you were here for a hug and a laugh with that big grin. I'm sure you were here though..xo
We never just never know.....   / Gary King (Berklee alum )
I did not have a class with Terry but I felt compelled to leave a note here after randomly going through some old notes and finding a sheet of paper with her name that a friend had given me as a reference to look up when I first moved to Los Angeles ...  Continue >>
So Many Lessons Learned From Terry  / Aaron Treptow (Student)    Read >>
One amazing person!  / Joey Zehr (Student and Friend )    Read >>
Kudos to a musician life  / Curt Johnson (none)    Read >>
Dear Terry  / Gabriel Wallach (Friend/student)    Read >>
An inspiration to all  / EveAnna Manley (friend)    Read >>
Goodbye From Texas  / Justin Douglas (Student/Friend)    Read >>
A world class enginner and a wonderful friend anc collegue  / Jimmy Root (Former Collegue )    Read >>
My sweet cousin and friend...  / Marty Becker (Cousin and more... )    Read >>
Beyond Inspiring...  / David Hart (distant admirer )    Read >>
One who will be missed Greatly  / Joe Vezzetti (Friend/Student)    Read >>
More tributes and condolences...
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Her legacy
BRIDE’S GREETING TO OUR WEDDING  
THIS YEAR HAS BROUGHT THE BEST AND WORST NEWS FOR ME, BUT IT HAS BROUGHT LOVE AND LOVE IS SUCH A WORTHY GOAL AND TRIUMPHS OVER ALL ELSE. THIS YEAR HAS BROUGHT ME TIM, SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO APPROACH LIFE THE WAY I HAVE FOR SO MANY YEARS, AS MANY OF YOU CAN ATTEST. (IT IS BEST SUMMED UP FROM THE GROUP SPIRIT FROM THE 70’S.) SO NOW WE BOTH WILL:

LEAP INTO THE DARKNESS
NEVERMIND THE FALL
IT IS BETTER TO DANCE DELERIOUS
THAN NEVER TO DANCE AT ALL.
Terry's Career  

Terry Diane Becker Boyle was a recording engineer who worked with artists Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Paul Kelly, Kansas, and Taj Mahal (for which she won a Grammy in 2000).

Terry was also an Associate Professor at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and became the Assistant Director of Special Projects for Berklee upon her relocation to Los Angeles in 2003.

 
Terry's Photo Album
Terry at home
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