Terre Lee Heard, age 30, of Shawnee, left this world to be a warrior for his Lord and Savior on Friday July 27, 2018, in Shawnee.

Terre Lee Heard, age 30, of Shawnee, left this world to be a warrior for his Lord and Savior on Friday July 27, 2018, in Shawnee.

He was born July 28, 1987, in Shawnee to Jimmie and Debi (Gibson) Heard.

Terre was a lifelong Shawnee resident. He graduated from Tecumseh High School with the class of 2005.

Terre worked for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, Central Plastics, and then went to work for Tinker Air Force Base as a machinist.

His faith was non-denominational and he was baptized in 2014. He was an avid weightlifter throughout his life and in 2015 became a certified Sensei. Terre was a thrill seeker, enjoying fast cars, skydiving, and dabbling in amateur cage fighting. He enjoyed working on cars, listening to music, and watching movies. Terre was a Marvel and DC comic collector. He was a talented artist who enjoyed sketching his own tattoos. Terre had a big heart and enjoyed being surrounded by people. He never met a stranger.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents; uncles, Leslie Gibson and Bill Gibson; cousins, Monty Gibson and Misty Gibson-Plumley.

Those left to cherish his memory are his son, Tavin Lee Heard of Granby, Michigan; his parents, Jimmie and Debi Heard of Tecumseh; brother, Jack and Meghan Heard of Shawnee, sister, Amanda and Thad Breeding of Shawnee; nieces, Piper Heard, Taylor Breeding and Kinsley Breeding; and many uncles, aunts, cousins and friends.

Pallbearers will be Brandon Gamble, Teddy Jackson, Wally Herron, Michael Plumley, Khris Steadman and Jeremy Chappel.

Honorary pallbearers are Sean Breeding and Eric Rawls.

Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 2, at Cooper Funeral Home.

Service will be closed casket at 10 a.m., Friday, Aug. 3, at Sharon Baptist Church with Pastor Harrison Gibson and Reverend Scott Hendry of Grace Baptist Church officiating. Burial will follow at Blackburn Cemetery under the direction of Cooper Funeral Home of Tecumseh.

To share memories, or to sign the guestbook online, go to www.cooperfuneral.com.