It was always about God and Family with Teri

She’s Going Home!

God called, they have a lot to do and they want Teri to help. If you have prayers, there’s no better time to ask, because Teri is on the job, she loves you and she likes to stay busy.

She passed away in the loving arms of an incredible extended family that loved her, caressed her for the remaining days in a beautiful setting this morning. She felt nothing but love, I promise you. Service info below

I only posted here because I knew Teri couldn’t and it was my job to get Teri’s thoughts out there.My posts were only for the honor of Teri and to honor you, her friends and family, so this will be my last post, although thousands have read your responses and commented over and over again about the inspiring things you have written in the guestbook.

Just three final thoughts

Teri was special because she had a rare combination of passion, compassion and strength that amazed everyone around her.

Teri was also special because of the people like you, in her life. She wouldn’t have been Teri without you, and she would assure you of that if she could


Teri and I enjoyed a song together that is sometimes played at funerals, but we listened to this version maybe 50 times to lift our spirits! To us, this song says that everything happens for a reason and that everything will be ok…

It was a recording made in 1989, and while you’ll recognize Johnny Cash’s voice, or Ricky Skaggs, or EmmyLou Harris, I like Roy Acuff and the Dobro guitar is pretty cool too! You’ll see other world class musicians came together to make a recording likely not to be created the same way ever again.

I always reminded Teri that you can’t play a sad song with a banjo! So with that in mind, I hope you find comfort and happiness in this song for years to come like Teri and I did the last couple of years.

Or go to youtube:

[ HiFi ] Will The Circle Be Unbroken Vol.2´╝ĆNitty Gritty Dirt Band


Services at:

Visitation will be Thursday at Iten Funeral Home 4:00 pm to 8:00 PM Thursday November 10th at:

Delano Funeral Home

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