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Autura (Terry) J. Buie

March 21, 1974 – July 27, 2021

Burial Date August 5, 2021

Funeral Home J. C. Battle & Sons Funeral Home

Cemetery Dayton National Cemetery

Church J. C. Battle & Sons Chapel

Thursday (08/05/21): Funeral Memorial Service – 1PM; J. C. Battle & Sons Chapel, Interment – Dayton National Cemetery (at a later date)


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Autura (Terry) J. Buie passed Tuesday, July 27th, 2021, age 45 years.

Memorial Service Thursday, August 5th, 2021 at 1:00 PM at J. C. Battle & Sons Chapel, 543 Rockdale Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45229.

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Autura (Terry) Buie was born March 21, 1974, in Cincinnati, Ohio to the late Arnold and Merle Buie. Terry was the 3rd of 4 children born in the family lineage. He had most of his formal schooling in the Cincinnati/Dayton area to include Wright State University, Cincinnati State Technical Institute and the University of Cincinnati.

His proudest accomplishment was his tenure in the United States Navy, where he enlisted as a Gas Turbine Electrician (GSE3) in Chicago, Illinois and served aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Ramage (DDG-61) from March 1995 to March 2001) in Norfolk, VA.

Terry was scholarly, hardworking, he was well-traveled, he was independent, loving and humorous, he was quiet and reserved with a sense of humor that you had to know him to understand. Through the years, Terry was not afraid to take the leap of life and leave Cincinnati to explore the world.

When you combine his travels in the United States Navy that took him all over the world with the travels he embarked upon as a certified electrician throughout this country in his line of work, you can see he was very seasoned in life.

Terry leaves behind to mourn, his three siblings: Michael L. Witherspoon (Tawana) of Virginia Beach, VA; Arnold K. Buie and Ainetra Y. Bookins (Keith) all of Cincinnati, Ohio. He was a devoted uncle to: Michael Dumas, Darius Witherspoon, Raheem Warren, RaVee’ Buie, Jaden Moore, Dailyn Moore, DeCarlo Moore, Anthony Bookins, Chanel Brookins, Tuinafa Davis, Tamueha Davis, and Timala Davis; great-uncle: Braylin Buie, Dlijah Arnold, Dailyn and Jaden Moore. He was the nephew to a host of uncles, aunts and cousin from Columbiana, Alabama – Cincinnati, Ohio – Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Atlanta, Georgia – Bakersfield, California and Chicago, Illinois.

Our beloved brother will be laid to eternal rest in Dayton National Cemetery where he will receive full military honors. A video of the military event will be shared at a later date.

 

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