|Funeral services for Terrence D. Kiel Sr. are scheduled for Saturday at 11 a.m. in the Harmony Hill Baptist Church, 2708 S. Chestnut Street, Reverend John Greene pastor. Officiating will be Reverend Quinnzhahn Barnes, North Maine Church of God In Christ, Houston, Texas. Visitation will be on Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Colonial Mortuary Chapel. Terrence was born on November 24,1980 in Lufkin and died on July 4th, 2008 in California. A graduate of Lufkin High School, Class of 1999, Terrence perfected his skills as a Lufkin Panther under the guidance of Coaches Jordan and Outlaw. He furthered his career by becoming a member of the Texas A. & M. University Wrecking Crew. There he received Big 12 Honorable Mentions in the years 2001 and 2002. He finished his stellar college career with 258 tackles and 8 interceptions: all done while remaining on the CommissionerÕs Honor Roll, obtaining a BachelorÕs of Science Degree. These accomplishments won the attention of the NFL. In 2003, Terrence was selected as Second-Round Draft Pick into the San Diego Chargers. During his four season professional career, he became known as ÒThe Hammer,Ó with a breaking record total of 278 career tackles, 4 interceptions and a number of touchdowns. Survivors: parents, Grose Kiel III and Regina Morrison of Lufkin; son, Terrence Kiel Jr. and special companion, Stacy Muckleroy of California; sister and brother, Glorunda Kiel and Grose Kiel IV (Stephanie) of Tyler; grandparents, Martha Kiel, L.J. and Ora Morrison of Lufkin; nephews, Grose V, Sederick and Jaylon Kiel; uncles and aunts, Tony (Annie), Robert (Christal), Amos (Joyce), Carl (Lynn) Kiel of Lufkin, Anita Parnell of California and Onia Majors of Mission City, Velma Punch of Lufkin, Comeshia (Tony) Boykin, Lois (Benny) Townsend, La Sonya (Andre) Vinson, Elgenora Patton of Lufkin; special cousins, Robert Kiel and Ramion Mack; numerous other relatives and friends. Colonial Mortuary, directors.