Meet Americaís Best-Selling Historical Frontier Novelist
On February 4, 2001, Terry went into the hospital and was diagnosed with colon cancer. Terry lost his battle with cancer on Sunday morning, March 25, 2001.
You can honor Terry by making tax deductible donations to one of the following organizations, or one of your choosing:
1. Terry C. Johnston Memorial Scholarship Fund, Montana State University-Billings Foundation, 1500 North 30th Street, Billings, MT 59101; phone 1-406-657-2244; e-mail email@example.com
2. Custer Battlefield Preservation
Committee, P.O. Box 7, Hardin, MT 59034; phone 1-406-665-1876; fax 406-664-3133; e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org; [donations made to the committee during 2001 will be doubled by an anonymous
3. National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance, c/o Entertainment Industry Foundation, 11132 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 401, Studio City, CA 91604-3156; phone 1-800-872-3000; donations web site http://www.nccra.org/how_to_help/index.htm.
Terry C. Johnston was born in 1947 on the plains of Kansas and has lived a varied life as a roustabout, history teacher, printer, paramedic, dog catcher, and car salesman, all the while immersing himself in the history of the early West. His first novel, Carry the Wind, won the Medicine Pipe Bearerís Award from the Western Writers of America, and his subsequent books, among them Cry of the Hawk, Winter Rain, Dream Catcher, and the Sons of the Plains trilogy, have appeared on bestseller lists throughout the country. Terry C. Johnston lived in Big Sky country near Billings, Montana.
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