Terry Marshall Campie, a registered owner of TAC’s curriculum. It’s not all about it. Like you, there are a lot of people out there who know a few limited things about him. In this short and eye-opening article, we will try to get a glimpse of Terry Campie.
In our day-to-day life, we complain a lot but he is the one who crosses all sorts of obstacles and builds his future from his own experiences and a long-tough journey.
Terry Marshall Campie was born on February 28, 1956, in Fort Riley, Kansas. His early life was filled with a lot of challenges but Terry never fail to give his best.
He was raise by his grandfather Paul John Campie and his wife Belva Campie. Paul was born July 18, 1903, and Belva October 30, 1913.
Today, we asked our parents to provide us with a comfortable convenience to go to school or college but Terry was the one who used to walk to school through the soybean fields. In the very early stages of his life, he got to know the reality of the world.
He was just a child when he first helped Paul Campie farm, growing soybeans.
When he was in 8th grade, he started earning and his first job was washing dishes in Tony’s Taco House, located in Camanche, Iowa.