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COVID-19 Remembrance: A Wife Carries On Her Late Husband's Legacy03:56
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Joshua Terry, Joelle Wright Terry , Marshall Terry and Micah Terry. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)
Joshua Terry, Joelle Wright Terry , Marshall Terry and Micah Terry. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)

The U.S. vaccine rollout appears to be helping slow COVID-19 deaths, which have dropped about 10% in the past two weeks. But waves of grief continue for millions of Americans who have lost someone they loved.

We remember the life of a man who died of COVID-19 earlier in the pandemic: Marshall Terry III of Clinton Township, Michigan. His wife, Joelle Wright Terry, a COVID-19 survivor herself, tells us about his love for music and God and how she is carrying on her husband's legacy.

Joelle Wright Terry and Marshall Terry. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)
Joelle Wright Terry and Marshall Terry. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)
Marshall Terry with his sons, Micah and Joshua. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)
Marshall Terry with his sons, Micah and Joshua. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)
Marshall Terry working on gravestones. He owned a small gravestone and memorial business. His wife and kids are continuing his legacy. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)
Marshall Terry working on gravestones. He owned a small gravestone and memorial business. His wife and kids are continuing his legacy. (Courtesy of Joelle Wright Terry)

This article was originally published on March 08, 2021.

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