Terry C. Borel MD, passed away May 24th, 2019 at his home in Johnson City, TN.
Terry was born in Kansas City, KS to Pierre and Joyce Clevinger Borel. He earned his Bachelor’s Degrees and Medical Degree from Kansas University. Upon completing his Psychiatric Residency in 1982, he went on to serve in the US Air Force from 1982-1985.
Dr. Borel moved to Johnson City, TN in 1986 to practice at Woodridge Psychiatric Hospital. During this time, he met April Kincheloe and they were married on April 1st, 1989. They became parents to their one and only son, Pierre E. Borel in 1994.
Dr. Borel worked at Woodridge Hospital for 33 years and served as medical Director for several years.
His hobbies included Tennis, Gardening and traveling extensively with his family.
Dr. Borel was preceded in death by his parents Pierre and Joyce Borel, brother Paul Borel and brother-in-law, Stuart Thomas.
He is survived by his wife April and son Pierre. Brothers and sister, Roger (Marilyn) Borel, Timothy (Penny) Borel and Becky Thomas; father & mother-in-law, Carl and Nancy Kincheloe; brothers and sisters-in-law, Victoria and Carl Zimmerman, Karyl and Jack Maddox, Julia and Murphey Johnson, John and Cynthia Kincheloe; and several nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Salvation Army, 204 W. Walnut Street, Johnson City, TN 37604 or Haven of Mercy Miniseries, 218 Broadway Street, Johnson City, TN 37601.
The family will receive friends to celebrate the life of Dr. Borel Saturday, June 15, 2109 from 2:00-5:00 pm at the McKinney Center, 103 Franklin Ave., Jonesborough, TN 37659.
Dr. Terry C. Borel spent his life helping others and he will be forever missed by all!
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
|Most of my recollections of my cousin are from
childhood and adolescence, during week-long
stays with my Uncle Pete and Aunt Joyce in
Kansas City. What a special time it would be
for me and my brother to join forces with
Roger, Paul and Terry, and eventually Becky Sue
and Timothy! Bold and adventurous describes
this group, and Terry was no exception. I will
miss his bright smile and his eagerness to join
in on the fun. Years later that enthusiasm (and
streak of mischief) was still evident as he
shot baskets against the clock at the Sprint
Center and racked up a humanly-impossible
record. Let's all remember the good about good-
|April, I send this as a message of love and
comforting to you and your family during your
loss of not just your husband, but an AWESOME
man, which showed in his care of those he served
and worked with at Woodridge, of which 1 was me.
I pray God's strength, and blessings and pray you
trust him love and comfort now and going forward.
Anthony Jones |
||James A. Nidiffer
|As an attorney in Johnson City, I was appointed
to judicial commitment hearings by the court,
and Dr. Borel was always willing to discuss my
clients situations in order for me to be better
prepared for the hearings.
Based upon our mutual obligations for the
commitment hearings, I became to know Dr. Borel
quite well, as a kind understanding physician.
And, Dr. Borel was always professional when he
testified in court on the cases in which he was
I am sure his passing will be filed with sorrow
by many in the community.
My condolences to his famuiy. |
||Tim and Penny Borel
|April and Pete,
Our hearts hurt for your loss and know that we
loved Terry beyond words. We are there for the two
of you always.|
|So sorry for your loss. He was such a sweet and
kind man. He will truly be missed. Prayers for
your family. ❤❤❤|
|My deepest and sincere condolences to the Borel family. Dr.
Borel was my Psychiatry preceptor. He was kind, patient, and
compassionate to his patients. I am grateful for the opportunity
to have met and learned from him. I will always remember the
empathy you had for your patients and your love for Reeses
peanut butter cups. Thank you Dr. Borel. May you now be at
|April, so sorry for your loss. I will never forget you.
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