Terence Allen "Terry" Hainley
Friday 9th of September 1960 - Saturday 14th of November 2020
Terence (Terry) Hainley, 60, of Lexington passed away on Saturday, November 14, 2020. He was born on September 9, 1960 to the late Thomas Hainley and JoAnn Hainley (Schneider, Sellers) in Nuremburg, Germany. He grew up in Northern Kentucky, and graduated from Boone County High School in 1978. He graduated from the Ohio College of Applied Science and attended the University of Kentucky College of Architecture, graduating in 1990.
Terry was employed by Gray Construction for more than two decades, and thoroughly enjoyed his time with the company and the friendships he formed with his coworkers. He was a member or the American Institute of Architects and served as Vice President of the East Kentucky chapter in 2004, and President in 2005. He served for several years on the Board of Architectural Review for the city of Lexington.
Terry is survived by his wife of 35 years, Laurie (Kanouse) Hainley, his son, Andrew Hainley, and his daughter in law Amber (Lewis) Hainley, aunt and uncle Betty and Orville Bryant and by many family members and friends. He was a loving husband and father and treasured his time with them. He was a member of Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church, where he enjoyed driving the church van, helping with architectural drawings for new construction, and serving food to the hungry of Lexington. Terry loved music and concerts, Mopar cars, travel, UK basketball, and always Bengals football. He was an artist and an up and coming photographer. Terry had a wonderful, quirky sense of humor, and loved making friends and family laugh. He was devoted to his friends, and would gladly help anyone in need.
Visitation will be held Thursday, November 19 from 5-7 at Milward funeral home at 1509 Trent Boulevard. A graveside service will be conducted by Rev. Greg Kupar at Lexington Cemetery Friday, November 20 at 2:00 PM. Due to the current COVID rates attendance at each will be limited to family and close friends, and restrictions of social distancing and masking will need to be followed.
Memorial donations in Terry's name may be made to God's Pantry.
A beautiful person!!! I was blessed having known Terry!!! Peace and prayers martin
You will forever be missed for you quick wit and ability to make everyone smile. I will cherish all of the memories I have of you. I promise to be there for Laurie , Drew and Amber. Love you my twin!
Michelle Costello Clarksays
Laurie & Drew, We have missed seeing Terry, hearing his funny stories, and talking about restaurants and pets and architecture. He brought so much joy to the office, and it is so sad to think that we will not be able to share that again. He touched so many lives with his projects and his kindness. Terry spoke about many things, and his love for you both was clear. He also spoke about the history book he was working on, and I hope that you are able to find comfort in good memories and the love of family.
Terry I only met you a few years ago and was lucky to work with you for a couple of years, but I learned a lot from you! Terry's family, my condolences for your loss. Please know what an amazing impact he had on so many of our lives.
Terry, We were friends and worked together for more than 20 years. We shared many a laugh together, maybe even shed a tear or two together. We knew each others passions and have a similar quirky sense of humor. We'll drive our dream cars together when we meet again. I am going to miss you Terry. Deepest condolences Laurie, Drew, Amber and Lily- -Brian
I never was blest to actually meet Terry but felt I knew him from what Laurie would share so lovingly at lunch with me and the other ladies at the office. Lifting everyone up in prayer!