|Birth: ||Sep. 28, 1917|
|Death: ||Jun. 23, 2004|
Born to Sammie McGary Bihn and Eugene Erastus Bihn, Agnes spent her early life in Beaumont. She graduated from junior college at what is now known as Lamar University and then attended the New York School of Interior Design in New York City.
She returned to Texas to her first job in Houston where she met her husband J.O. They were married January 27, 1940, in her hometown of Beaumont. After a brief tour of duty in the Air Force, the couple returned to Houston and started their own Venetian blind and floor business while raising three sons.
In the 60s, Agnes pursued her dream of starting her own antique business, which she enjoyed for eighteen years. in 1963, she and her husband moved and restored the James T. Dyer home, originally built in Richmond, Texas, in 1890 and which carries a historical marker, to its present day location in Missouri City.
She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Colonial Dames, Daughters of the American Colonists, and the National Society of Magna Charta Dames.
She was preceded in death by her son, Peter Robin Terry and her sister, Marthagene Bihn Rutlege.
Survivors include her husband, J.O. Terry; son, Rex Sam Terry and his wife Patty Terry; son, Ted Terry; grandchildren, Amy Terry Carr and her husband Blaine Carr, Robert Rex Terry and his wife Summer Terry, Traci Carlson, Max Terry and Emily C. Darwin; two great grandchildren, Ryan S. Terry and Abigail A. Terry; two nieces, Sammie Rutledge and Sally Bice.
A small family graveside service was held at Magnolia Cemetery.
Eugene Erastus Bihn (1892 - 1976)
Sammie McGary Bihn (1896 - 1938)
James Owen Terry (1917 - 2006)*
Peter Robin Terry (1957 - 1997)*
LAURA AGNES BIHN
SEPT. 28, 1917
JUNE 23, 2004
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Originally Created by: jrrmr910
Record added: Feb 25, 2005
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