October 23, 1959 ~ May 9, 2020

Born in: Edmonton, KY
Resided in: Glasgow, KY

Donald Terry McKinney, 60, of Glasgow, KY passed away Saturday, May 9, 2020 at his residence. Terry was born on October 23, 1959, in Edmonton, KY, to the late Howard and Nellie P. Ferguson McKinney who survives. Terry was a well-known, self-employed appliance repair man of Terry’s Appliance Repair in Glasgow, KY. He was a member of the Jehovah’s Witnesses Community in Glasgow since 1979.

Survivors include his loving mother, Nellie P. McKinney of Glasgow; sister, Judy Simmons of Glasgow; 2 nephews, Freddy McKinney (Rachel) of Glasgow, and Joseph McKinney (Nicole) of Williamsburg, KY; 2 nieces, Tamara Simmons (James) of Glasgow, Tina Campbell (Ben) of Knob Lick; a sister-in-law, Jennifer McKinney; 1 aunt, 1 uncle and several cousins.

In addition to his father, Terry was preceded in death by a brother, Harry Lee McKinney of Knob Lick, KY.

A private graveside service will be held on Thursday, May 14th at the Ford Cemetery in Metcalfe County. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the Ford Cemetery C/O David Paige 111 Lacey Lane Horse Cave, KY 42749. A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home is honored and privileged to be entrusted in the care of Mr. McKinney. Please share your condolences with the family at

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  1. Terry came to our home many, many times to repair things. In fact, he was here just a few weeks ago. I’m shocked and saddened. He will be missed. We talked about a lot of things but I always asked him about his mother because it was obvious they were very close and he loved her dearly. Bill and I are just so sorry.

  2. Terry and I first met at Temple Hill School, he has been in my home many times for repairs on my appliances, we always had a good time talking while he was here. So sorry for your loss and he will be missed.

  3. we are very sorry to hear about terry passing I bought several parts off of him such a nice guy he will be missed

  4. So very sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. He was our repairman and we will surely miss him!

  5. So very sorry to hear of Terry’s passing. He completed several appliance repairs for us & always did an outstanding job. Love & prayers extended to immediate & extended families…

  6. I’m still in shock. Terry has been one of my best friends for 24 years. I met him when I was 16, and he was 36. When he moved back to Glasgow (from Lexington) I cried my eyes out. Though we didn’t see each other as much as I would have liked over the last 15 years or so, I have still always considered him one of the most influential people of my young life. I was able to call him exactly one month ago, and we talked on the phone for a good hour or so. I love you, Terry. You’re my brother, and I will never forget you.

  7. Terry was such a nice guy. He was just at our house 2 weeks ago and we talked a long time. We’ll miss him.

  8. Terry came to our house whenever we needed him. He was dependable, personable, reasonable & fixed whatever was broken. He will be missed!! Prayers for all.

  9. Terry was a wonderful person! He has worked on our appliances for probably 20 years and will be greatly missed. He was always fair and dependable. Prayers for the family!

  10. We were so sad-and shocked- to hear of Terry’s passing. He was the ONLY person we had repair appliances for the last many years. In fact, he was at our house in early March. Always fair, reliable, honest, and personable. We recommended him to everyone. He will be missed and we send prayers to his family and loved ones.

  11. This is Terry’s sister he was the best brother anyone could have no one knows how much i loved him he will be missed hope we can get through this

  12. This man was the light of my life my wonderful uncle he is going to be missed so much. I am gonna miss our laughs and his jokes he was an all around amazing person and I am gonna miss him I ask myself why did he have to leave us so soon….

  13. Cousin, you will be greatly missed. Your positive attitude and your smile and your infectious laugh will never be forgotten. Such a shock. Such a loss of such a wonderful person. All my love and prayers to the family.

  14. Cousin, I will miss you. Such a wonderful person, your positive attitude, and infectious laugh, and all the stories you could tell. I am saddened and heartbroken for the family. All my love and prayers.

  15. So sorry to hear this sad news. Looking forward to seeing Br. McKinney soon. Love and prayers to the family.

  16. I was so sorry to hear about Terry’s passing. I remember him fondly, he had such a GREAT heart, was also warm and kind, that’s what I remember most about him. It truly is a loss for this world to not have him in it. Rest in Peace, Terry.

  17. Very shocked and saddened to hear this bad news. Terry was a “good guy” and always well liked. Great temperament and southern country charm. We look forward to seeing him again in paradise…just around the corner! Rev 21:3,4
    Deepest sympathies for his family, friends, congregation, and work associates. He will be genuinely missed. 💔

  18. I was so shocked to hear this sad news. I knew Terry for years and remember how much he loved to cook dinner for others. His favorite was his Homemade tomato sauce with mushrooms over pasta and his cheesecake for dessert. In Jehovah‘s eyes he’s just sleeping and soon will wake up in a beautiful paradise. He believed in this promise. John 5:28,29. My deepest sympathies.

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