Terry Lee Stofferson
Apr 22, 1957 – Feb 25, 2018
Terry Lee Stofferson passed away at the age of 60 after a long battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his father, Dale Stofferson. He is survived by his wife, Laura; his mother, Alma; sisters, Linda James and Leslie Brady; brother, Robert Stofferson; stepchildren: Eric Wicks, Becky Seibel, and Katie Markloff. He also leaves behind many grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
MEMORIAL SERVICE: Saturday, March 3rd at 1pm at the West Center Chapel. Memorials are suggested to Nebraska Humane Society.
Terry Lee Stofferson, age 60, passed away peacefully at his home on Sunday, February 25, 2018 after a long battle with cancer. He was preceded in death by his father, Dale Stofferson. He is survived by his wife, Laura; his mother, Alma Stofferson; sisters and brothers-in-law, Linda and Scott James and Leslie and Mike Brady; and his brother, Robert Stofferson. He is also survived by his step-children, along with daughters and sons-in-law: Eric and Christie Wicks, Becky and Craig Seibel, and Katie and Tim Markloff; grandchildren: Taylor, Brendan, Sophia, Brandt and Adeline Seibel, Jude and Olive Wicks, Maddie Markloff; nieces and nephews: Lisa and Jeff Butler, Sean, Lindsay, and Brynna James and Lauren May and Heather Brady.
Terry was born on April 22, 1957, in Omaha, Nebraska to Alma and Dale Stofferson. He attended Westside High School, received his Bachelor’s degree from University of Nebraska-Omaha in 1980, and his Doctorate in Business Administration from California Coast University in 1998.
Terry loved working in the Healthcare field and had many roles from CFO, CEO, and Physician Administrator. His last two roles were as CEO/Administrator for Dodge City Medical Center and, most recently, as Executive Director for Radiology and Nuclear group in Topeka, KS. He was very involved with the growing concerns of healthcare in Kansas and served as a board member of KAHCE (Kansas Association of Health Care Executives), member of American College of Healthcare Executives, Medical Group Management Association and member of Insurance Focus Committee, KS Chapter, and a member of national MENSA association.
rry’s favorite things in life were his dogs, Sam and Corey, his family, and his grandchildren. He also loved the Omaha theatre and, most important, the Nebraska Husker games “GO BIG RED”. He loved attending the games with his sister Leslie and spent many Saturdays texting back and forth with relays of the game. He was an avid supporter of education, humane society, Omaha theatre and Henry Doorly Zoo.
Everyone who met Terry fell in love with him. He inspired and mentored many during his career in health care and will be greatly missed by all.