Condolence: I always enjoyed visiting with Terry and Jack while they were helping out at the Center on Aging and Health when my mother was a resident there. My mother was hard of hearing and had dementia and thought Terry’s name was Chloe. She would introduce Terry to me as Chloe each time I visited and Terry was so sweet to never correct her. Terry and Jack were both so helpful and kind to all the residents. They were a blessing to so many people.
God bless your family,
Condolence: Our condolences to Jean, Maggie and family on the passing of your Mom.
The lord has called an angel back home to eternal peace.
Anyone who was lucky enough to know Terry, knew you had a friend for life and she was loved by All. Her ongoing sincere love and care for those in need and the lord went above and beyond. Terry was never impressed with those who have but rather focused on those who with less or little. She always had an amazing sense of humor that would make me laugh out loud. She was never judgmental. She was a hard worker her entire life and gave so much to the community and church.
Terry was a 2nd Mom to me growing up in Brooklyn New York. I remember she would go from crossing guard to other jobs and never complained how tired she was. I was so blessed to have grown up with the Holiwski family. I was able to go down to Tennessee a month ago to spend a weekend with Terry and will forever cherish. Even in her last weeks she still kept the faith and prayed for those around her. That’s angel! With my fondest memories and love, she will forever by missed.
Our prayers and love. May you rest in peace.
Antoinette, Chris, Marc and Sabrina Schielein