The rodeo world lost a great man; for the last ten years, Mitch Terrell, owner of the T-N-T Rodeo Company, who has supplied the stock for the Lamesa Rodeo and played a key role in the production and success of rodeo has unfortunately passed away in a car crash.
A rollover collision near Seymour on U.S. 277 occurred. As per reports, On U.S.277, a truck with a blowout was moving south when, unfortunately, it crashed into the median and overturned.
At this time, it is unknown whether there were any additional vehicles involved in the tragic accident or no updates regarding the other fatalities. The incident is being under investigation by The Seymour Police Department.
“No information is available regarding the funeral, and the family will soon post the obituary so that his loved ones can participate in his final rituals.
About Mitch Terrell:
Mitch Terrell was a prominent name in the Texas rodeo community as a cowboy and owner of the T-N-T Rodeo Company.
He was interested in sports from early childhood; he was known for going above and beyond to ensure the well-being of the individuals he cared about.
When Mitch Terrell first realized how much he liked the sport as a young child, his rodeo career started. It wasn’t just the adventure’s thrill but also his speech’s sincerity.
Mitch always had a kind word. He didn’t always say a lot, but when he did, he meant it. He was great to work with and for and truly had a great heart. He helped shape so many rodeos. Future generations will remember Mitch Terrell’s legacy. He provided others, a superb example who wanted to succeed.
Everyone is missing and remembering Mitch, paying tributes and sending condolences to him over their social media.
Alissa Cawthon wrote,
“Heaven gained one hell of an Angel today. Mitch treated me as his daughter long after I wasn’t. He was a good man through and through, and they don’t get much better than Mitch Terrell. Please pray for The Terrell family, especially my baby brother. As we try our best to find peace and make sense of this tragic accident, I can’t help but hear his words, “What are you crying for?” If you know him, you know what I’m talking about!
Hug your family tight tonight, tell people you love them, call that friend you haven’t talked to in a while because you never know when it will be the last.”