“I’ve seen the effect of unthinking development on a unique rural area – namely the South Fork of Long Island which used to have abundant farmland and unique wetlands but is now chock-a-block with ugly housing; not a farm to be seen and the wetlands almost totally destroyed – and I don’t want to see that happen here. If we don’t make an effort to preserve some of the peninsula’s uniqueness, everyone will regret it.”
Terry has over 40 years of banking and consulting experience – as a banker at Morgan Guaranty Trust Company (now JP Morgan Chase) and the Bank of New England (now Bank of America) and for 20 years, until his retirement in 2010, at Airline Capital Associates where he was a Managing Director of this consulting and financial advisory firm that serves the commercial air transport industry.
He and his wife, Bebe, have spent summers in Blue Hill since the early 1980’s and have been permanent residents since October 2009.
He is a member of the Board of Trustees of The Bay School.
He received a BA from Yale University in 1964. From 1964 – 1967 he served in the United States Marine Corps.