After a brief but courageous battle with cancer, Terry Lee Weber Wessell transitioned peacefully in her sleep on May 30th, 2022. She leaves behind four daughters, ten grandchildren, one great-grandchild, one sister, and many nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her parents, three sisters, one brother, and a beloved dog.
Quite recently and unexpectedly, Terry discovered, through Ancestry, that she had three more sisters and two brothers through her biological father. She made an instant and loving connection with her newfound family. She excitedly made plans to visit with them in person this summer until her diagnosis changed her course. She and her newly discovered siblings were most grateful to have made this meaningful connection. She will be dearly missed by them and all who had the honor of knowing her in this life.
Terry never met a stranger. She loved meeting people, hearing their stories, and learning from their experiences. She lived a diverse life with many experiences of her own to share. Terry had endless insight and perspective that drew people to her. In addition, she was fun for her entire life & had a zest that led to the creation of many great stories.
Terry was not without faults; she acknowledged her own & always sought to do better. In doing this, she encouraged others to be a better and more honest version of themselves. Terry was fierce. It was how she was raised. Whether installing fence posts, swing sets, or trampolines, there wasn’t a physical or mental task that she didn’t bravely approach with confidence and a “get it done” attitude. She was steadfast in her views but never made anyone feel less for theirs. She had unwavering faith and wasn’t afraid to declare it. She missed the bygones of yesteryear and often reminisced of better traditions and simpler times.
Terry loved her family. With so many family members gone before her, Terry became the glue that held the family together. She embraced the role well by being a constant and steady presence that her family relied upon. Unfortunately, her death leaves a massive hole in her family’s hearts and in a world that needs more Terrys. Forever Loved, Never Forgotten.
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