Terry Rosendahl

Commercial fisherman, 46Terry Rosendahl, 46, of Bowie, Texas, died Monday, Oct. 20, 2003 off the coast of Alaska in the Bering Sea.

Mr. Rosendahl was born Feb. 27, 1957 in Astoria to Billy and Shirley Trout. He grew up in Astoria and lived there until 1995, when he moved to Bowie. He had been involved in the crab industry since his graduation from high school.

Mr. Rosendahl is survived by his mother and stepfather, Leroy and Shirley McFerrin of Bowie; four brothers, Bobby Rosendahl of Bowie, and Earl Wayne, Jimmy and Bobby Charles McFerrin, all of Abilene, Texas; five sisters, Lauri Rosendahl of Bowie, Penny McFerrin of Wichita Falls, Texas, and Tammie Nickell, Cheri Seaborn and Melisa McFerrin, all of Abilene; 20 nieces and nephews; and six aunts. His father died in 1962; a brother, Chris Trout, died in 1998, and a brother, Don Trout, died in 2000.

A funeral is 3 p.m. today at Carter Lake Baptist Church in Bowie. Interment will be in Sunset Cemetery in Sunset, Texas.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Carter Lake Baptist Church, 4759 Farmed Market Road No. 1125, Bowie, TX 76230.

Fry Funeral Home in Bowie is in charge of arrangements.


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