Former Fermilab employee Terry Svejda died on Jan. 13 at the Veteran’s Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was 76 years old. Svejda, a twin, was born in Chicago on November 2, 1942. At a young age, he joined the United States Navy and served for four years.
In the early 1970s he was employed by Fermilab in the Mechanical Support Department of the Accelerator Division. He is survived by his wife Nancy who was also employed by Fermilab as a scanner in the FAF Department for 10 years. Around 1985, he left Fermilab to devote full time to “The Aurora Home Video Store,” which he owned in Aurora, Illinois. By 1995, he sold the store and moved to Las Vegas, Nevada.
Svejda and his wife Nancy celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary this past December. You may send her letters at 9700 Ramon Valley Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89149. Her son Terry Jr. and grandchildren Regina, Bela and Vincent also live in Nevada.