Recurrent event data are often encountered in longitudinal follow-up studies related to biomedical science, econometrics, reliability, and demography. In many situations, a terminal event such as death can happen during the follow-up period that precludes further recurrences. In this article, we will review some existing models for recurrent event with information censoring, and then extend them to allow zero-recurrence subjects as well as a terminal event. Estimating equations and partial likelihood are employed to estimate the coefficients of covariates, accumulative rate functions and the proportions of zero-recurrence subjects. The large-sample properties ofthe estimators are established as well. Simulations are performed to evaluate the estimationprocedure and an example of application on a set of migration data is provided to illustrateour proposed models and methods.