The following images were taken by photographers Wendy Savage, Chris Kennedy, and Marc Hall during the
May 6, 2011 dedication of the Randall B. Terry, Jr. Companion Animal Veterinary Medical Center.
A) Diana, one of three of Mr. Terry’s remaining Golden Retrievers is ready for the big day. /
B) Welcome to the Terry Center: A new era in veterinary medicine.
A) NC State University Chancellor Randall Woodson speaks to the dedication audience. /
B) Dr. Michael Davidson serves as master of ceremonies for the dedication event.
Interim Dean David Bristol (left) spoke to the dedication audience about
what the Terry Center means to the CVM. Dean Emeritus Oscar Fletcher
talked about the ways Randall Terry, Jr. made a difference for the CVM.
A) Chancellor Woodson (left) welcomes former NC Governor James Hunt to the Terry Center. /
B) Provost Warwick Arden and Dr. Lizette Hardie listen to an explanation during a tour stop.
A) Dr. Michael Davison leads a group through the Terry Center following the dedication. /
B) Chancellor Woodson tours the Terry Center and looks in on one of the 10 operating rooms.
Randall Ward has a quiet moment with Hannah. Randall and his wife Susan
commissioned the statue to honor the memory of their beloved Newfoundland.
The statue greets visitors to the Hannah Heart Pavilion in the Terry Center.
Susan Lilly, director of the CVM Development Office, with CVM benefactors
Jan and H.D. Cornelius (left) and Agnes and Ed Weisiger (right).
The Terry Center specialty cake created by Sweet Memories Bakery in Apex. An aerial view
of the veterinary medical center under construction served as a model.
Having their cake: Randall Terry’s remaining Golden Retrievers –Diana,
Rumor, and Venus– were special guests at the May 6 dedication. Caregiver
Robin Grogan provided the trio with veterinarian-approved special celebration
cakes of their own.
The 110,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art Randall B. Terry, Jr. Companion
Animal Veterinary Medical Center was dedicated on May 6, 2011.