Terry Lloyd Meyer, of Cleveland, passed away from this life on Saturday, January 14, 2023, at the age of 67 years. Terry was born September 23, 1955, in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, the son of Lloyd and Nita Joan (Billingsley) Meyer. He was raised and received his education in Sapulpa and Pretty Water. Following high school, Terry worked for an uncle as an apprentice electrician and later doing tree removal before eventually becoming an over the road truck driver. He was united in marriage to Cleda Ida Keeling in June of 1984 in Las Vegas, NV. Terry loved going to the casinos and was a family-oriented person. He also enjoyed doing carpentry and riding his motorcycle.
Those that survive include his wife Cleda of the home; son Kyle Deatherage, Jr, and wife Stephanie of Cleveland; one sister Alice Williams of Sapulpa; niece Susan Elliott, who he treated like a daughter and niece Carie Williams, and close friend John Elliott. Also surviving are many friends and other relatives. Terry was preceded by his parents and a sister-in-law Glenda Huddleston.
Cremation arrangements have been entrusted to the Chapman-Black Funeral Home of Cleveland. For those that would life to help the family with expenses, donations in lieu of flowers can be made through www.chapman-black.com .
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